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Evening dress ca. 1927. Tulle ground applied with embossed golden sequined scales edged in pearl beads, which increase in size from neck to hem. Kerry Taylor Auctions

Evening dress ca. Tulle ground applied with embossed golden sequined scales edged in pearl beads, which increase in size from neck to hem.

Evening Gown, 1913, Paul Poiret

A pink satin Worth ball gown the label numbered for 1902 but construction circa the woven signature label stamped.

Enchanted Serenity of Period Films: Edwardian Fashion - Image gallery

Evening Dress by Herbert Luey (American, Northfield, Massachusetts Brooklyn) The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Worth evening dress worn by Edith Kingdon Gould in her portrait...

Worth evening dress worn by Edith Kingdon Gould in her portrait by Théobald Chartran, 1898 From the exhibition “Defying Labels: New Roles, New Clothes,” at Lyndhurst via Irenebrination

SILK EDWARDIAN EVENING GOWN, c. 1912  Go Back November 13, 2013 - NYC New York City Powder blue silk satin w/ blue chiffon overdress, ribbon rosette trim, trained skirt w/ velvet hem band, B 36", W 28", L 63"-73".

SILK EDWARDIAN EVENING GOWN, c. 1912 New York City. Powder blue silk satin w/ blue chiffon overdress, ribbon rosette trim, trained skirt with velvet hem band

This skirt is part of a dress that is included in Janet Arnold's 'Patterns of Fashion: Englishwomen's dresses and their construction c. 1860-1940' (pages 58-59). Arnold describes it as 'an evening dress in black silk net covered with tiny 1/8" silver sequins over an ivory satin underskirt.'  Maker: Madame Hayward Production Date: c. 1909-1910

Evening Dress This skirt is part of a dress that is included in Janet Arnold's 'Patterns of Fashion: Arnold describes it as 'an evening dress in black silk net covered with tiny silver sequins over an ivory satin underskirt.

Christian Dior Black Velvet Evening Dress ca. 1957 via The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Evening dress House of Dior (French, founded Designer: Christian Dior (French, Granville Montecatini) Date: spring/summer 1957 Culture: French Medium: silk

Evening dress, Harry Collins, ca. 1921. Peach silk chiffon with turquoise, chartreuse, and pink silk ribbon and metallic trim. Philadelphia Museum of Art

Yellow gold gown Evening dress, Harry Collins, ca. Peach silk chiffon with turquoise, chartreuse, and pink silk ribbon and metallic trim. Philadelphia Museum of Art transitional style edwardian

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