Dress Paul Poiret, 1912 - beautiful Edwardian sleeveless gown with a cream bodice, wide red velvet waist, embroidered pink silk chiffon over gold velvet ankle-length skirt over a black velvet floor length skirt with gold trim.
fashioninhistory: “ Court Presentation Ensemble Boué Soeurs 1928 Presentation at the Court of Saint James’s was a momentous social accomplishment for many women. The Boué Soeurs costume, which was worn by Mrs.George Henry O’Neil, the former Bertha.
MOM BEADED CHIFFON DINNER DRESS, Black silk having an Arabesque pattern of rystal and milk glass beads with prong set rhinestones, long flared sleeve with beaded narrow cuff, Van Dyke pointed hem over tulle ruffle, self belt.
Woman's Evening Dress Callot Soeurs (attributed to) (France, Paris, couture house, circa circa France, circa 1926 Costumes; principal attire (entire body) Faux pearl embroidery on silk satin and chiffon
Circa high-necked gown of gray tulle made for Queen Alexandra of Britain by Nicaud Maubant & Dugdale Freres, Paris. Large faceted pewter gray glass beads and fringes on bodice and skirt. Via Kerry Taylor Auctions.