Maskin- og håndsydd av maskinvevde silkestoffer i fløyel og toskaftbinding, samt tyll, Håndbrodert med metall- og silketråd, metallpaljetter, -perler og -plater. Manufactured by Børre Lorentsen & Co Place of creation Danmark København Creation date Mellom 1870 og 1900

Denmark - Court dress by Borre Lorentzen & Co. - Silk velvet, silk tulle, hand embroidered with metallic and silk threads, metal sequins, and beads


Typical of Restoration Court dress the gown is made in a beautiful blue and gold silk brocade (other colour combinations available) with matching plain blue silks and satins and adornments of silk taffeta ribbon - very popular in the seventeenth century.

Emmy Rossum in Carolina Herrera at Museum of Moving Image

Persol Toasts Filmmakers at Museum of The Moving Image

Emmy Rossum in Carolina Herrera at Museum of Moving Image. Carolina Herrera's dresses are incredible, if one can afford them.

Tsarina Alexandra Feodorovna of Russia, née Princess Charlotte of Prussia~ coronation dress in 1825.

Coronation Dress of Alexandra Feodorovna, born Princess Charlotte of Prussia: Russian. "The silk-lined dress with a train is made of silver brocade.

The Laced Angel

The Laced Angel: Orange Regency Sari Gown

Fripperies and Fobs

Mantua 'Court dress' was an exclusive and very ornate style of clothing worn by the aristocracy, the only people usually invited to attend at Court. The style of the robe is quite old-fashioned, and based on the mantua.

This magnificent embroidered satin dress from the 1880s just joined the Fashion Timeline! Stop by and check all the new pieces! #fashion #vintage #1880s #kentstate #museum

Gold embroidery on a court dress and train

This magnificent embroidered satin dress from the just joined the Fashion Timeline!

Ladies Antique Victorian Vintage Medieval Russian Dress

Costumes: Court Dress - Russian c . court dress, most likely belonging to Maria Feodorovna, last dowager empress of russia.

Imperial Russian court dress designer Worth, Charles Frederick English 1825-1895 creation date about 1888

France Imperial Russian court dress by Charles Frederick Worth, worn by Princess Maria Maximilianova Romanovskya of Leuchtenberg (In Pretty Finery on FB)

Matinee blouse and skirt, 1850-55 From the Mode Museum via Wikimedia Commons. Never seen anything of the 1860s era worn this way.

File:Morning blouse (matinee) in white cambric, decorated with embroidery, and silk skirt with woven stripe motif, ca.