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RHINESTONE & SILK EVENING GOWN, 1915

RHINESTONE & SILK EVENING GOWN, 1915

H.R.H. Princess Margaret's halter-neck dress, 1951 (photos © Lord Linley and Lady Sarah Chatto Historic Royal Palaces / Robin Forster). She wore the dress to the premiere of the film "Where no vultures fly" on November 7, 1951 (black-and-white photo via romanbenedikhanson on Flickr). CLICK THROUGH FOR BIGGER IMAGES.

H.R.H. Princess Margaret's halter-neck dress, 1951 (photos © Lord Linley and Lady Sarah Chatto Historic Royal Palaces / Robin Forster). She wore the dress to the premiere of the film "Where no vultures fly" on November 7, 1951 (black-and-white photo via romanbenedikhanson on Flickr). CLICK THROUGH FOR BIGGER IMAGES.

Six Maids of Honour attended on Queen Elizabeth II at the 1953 coronation. They wore cream silk satin dresses edged with gold tissue with embroidery designs of trailing flowers and foliage. Designer Norman Hartnell planned for the embroidery to cascade down the backs of the skirts, because the gowns of the Maids of Honour would be visible from all sides, particularly the back, as they carried the Queen's robes down the aisle of Westminster Abbey. Their headdresses were also designed by…

Six Maids of Honour attended on Queen Elizabeth II at the 1953 coronation. They wore cream silk satin dresses edged with gold tissue with embroidery designs of trailing flowers and foliage. Designer Norman Hartnell planned for the embroidery to cascade down the backs of the skirts, because the gowns of the Maids of Honour would be visible from all sides, particularly the back, as they carried the Queen's robes down the aisle of Westminster Abbey. Their headdresses were also designed by…

FabTutus | Products | Anna Triant Couture | Fierce

FabTutus | Products | Anna Triant Couture | Fierce

This evening gown was part of Lucile’s debut American collection in 1910. The gown is made of voided velvet and was heavily influenced by the Orientalist craze of the early 1910s.  Doyle New York sold this gown at auction for $ 35,850 in 2004.

This evening gown was part of Lucile’s debut American collection in 1910. The gown is made of voided velvet and was heavily influenced by the Orientalist craze of the early 1910s. Doyle New York sold this gown at auction for $ 35,850 in 2004.

Dress  Date: 1910–11   Culture: American   Medium: cotton   Dimensions: Length at CB (of bodice): 13 1/2 in. (34.3 cm) Length at CB (of skirt): 45 in. (114.3 cm)

Dress Date: 1910–11 Culture: American Medium: cotton Dimensions: Length at CB (of bodice): 13 1/2 in. (34.3 cm) Length at CB (of skirt): 45 in. (114.3 cm)

Evening dress Designer: Lucile Date: 1910s Culture: British Medium: metallic thread Accession Number: 1995.294

Evening dress Designer: Lucile Date: 1910s Culture: British Medium: metallic thread Accession Number: 1995.294

Evening dress, 1914, of buttermilk-colored silk satin. Knife-pleated skirt and Magyar-sleeved bodice with deep peplum of ivory silk lace. Bead-embroidered panels in front and back of bodice. Brightwells

Evening dress, 1914, of buttermilk-colored silk satin. Knife-pleated skirt and Magyar-sleeved bodice with deep peplum of ivory silk lace. Bead-embroidered panels in front and back of bodice. Brightwells

Rose themed dress for a garden party - Woodland Tea Party

Rose themed dress for a garden party - Woodland Tea Party

Edwardian Fashion 1900 to 1920 :: 1905 Augusta Auctions image by charleybrown77 - Photobucket

Edwardian Fashion 1900 to 1920 :: 1905 Augusta Auctions image by charleybrown77 - Photobucket

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