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Evening dress by House of Worth, 1898-1900 Paris, the Met Museum

Evening dress (detail) House of Worth (French, Date: Culture: French Medium: silk, cotton Dimensions: Length (a): 16 in. cm) Length at CF (b): 40 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Miss Eva Drexel Dahlgren, 1976 Accession Number: b

Worth Evening Dress  c.1898-1900  -  Metropolitan Museum Of Art

Evening dress House of Worth (French, Designer: Jean-Philippe Worth (French, Date: 18981900 Culture: French Medium: silk, glass

Evening dress, House of Worth, 1902. - Picmia

Evening dress, House of Worth, 1902 it is easy to understand why so many Worth gowns still exist.

HISTORICAL WHITE & PRINTED DRESSES

Ball gown, Worth, Pale oyster satin edged w/pale lilac-gray velvet. Boned bodice lacing in back, w/swagged fringes of crystal silvered beads outlining breasts, punctuated by couched silver thread bows.

Magnifique. J'espère juste que les livres en question étaient irrécupérables et pas en bon état...

I would make fake book spines to use for the bodice & print writing on the white fabric below for this library dress.

Dress, American, 1890

This dress is in keeping with the interest in historical revivals popular in the century. The long puffed sleeves refer to both Elizabethan and early styles. The one-piece construction indicates it was probably intended for formal reception at home

Silk (velvet and chiffon), blonde cotton machine lace, lamé, glass beads, metallic embroidery, silk lining. Norwegian Folk Museum

Silk (velvet and chiffon), blonde cotton machine lace, lamé, glass beads, metallic embroidery, silk lining. Norwegian Folk Museum

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