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Robe à la Française "Sack-back gown", c.1750-1760, France, Dress: liseré satin, grey and green silk. Lining: striped taffeta, green and violet silk. Green silk chenille appliqués. "This robe à la française is a copybook illustration of the Rococo aesthetic, which saw beauty as necessarily dynamic: the undulation of the flowers on the fabric and the silk chenille appliqués on the bodice were harmoniously matched by the swaying of the panniers as the wearer moved about."

Gown was a French Gift of Mrs. Bove Around 1750 - 1760 Satin piping, green and gray silk lining, taffeta striped green and purple silk, chenille applications in green silk / B Palais Galliera Fashion Museum of the City of Paris

A robe à la Francaise of Chinese lampas satin, circa 1760, The fabric circa 1750, the satin woven with bronze and cream peonies and coiling foliage, the open-robe and petticoat trimmed with furbelows of matching braid trimmed silk, the sleeves with shirred double ruffled `sabot' cuffs, the back panel of the skirt of brown and white. 1740s European silk

A robe à la Francaise of Chinese lampas satin, circa The fabric circa the satin woven with bronze and cream peonies and coiling foliage, the open-robe and petticoat trimmed with furbelows of matching braid trimmed silk.

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ornamentedbeing: “ This yellow silk dress, made around is embroidered with purple floral scrolls. It is a wide dress supported by a flattened framework known as a ‘panier’.

Pandora's: 18th Century Fashion      Robe à l'Anglaise (1770–75), made of silk and metal

Robe à l'Anglaise Date: Culture: British Medium: silk, metal Dimensions: Length at CB: 53 in. cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, A.

Mantua ca. 1745, Colonial Williamsburg

Mantua ca. Some of these fabrics and patterns are things we would use today as tablecloths etc. I saw one dress that looked like the pinafore had been made out of a movers blanket!

Robe à la francaise, 18th century. Yellow silk brocade, woven with a pattern of…

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Robe à la Française  1755-1760  The Museum at FIT

Rococo - Robe à la française Medium: Ivory silk brocade, lace, passementerie Date: Country: France Credit: Museum Purchase This dress conveys the opulence and ostentation that were an integral part of court dress.

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robe à la francaise, Blue and white striped, figured and rose-sprigged silk satin, pleated and ruffled robings edged in silk fly braid, petticoat with ruched furbelows.

Dress (Robe à la Française), 1760-70, Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at the Met

Robe à la Française Date: Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 59 in. cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, H.

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