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Evening Dress, 1940. Patou, Jean, 1887-1936. Dress of wine-colored velvet with intertwining serpentine cut-out design over wine net; gold/navy blue lame shows through cut-outs. Serpentine figuring is smaller at bustline and larger at hem. Heart-shaped bodice with spaghetti straps and raised waistline. Machine and hand sewn. Clothing label on dress: Jean Patou/PARIS. Back

Evening Dress, 1940. Patou, Jean, 1887-1936. Dress of wine-colored velvet with intertwining serpentine cut-out design over wine net; gold/navy blue lame shows through cut-outs. Serpentine figuring is smaller at bustline and larger at hem. Heart-shaped bodice with spaghetti straps and raised waistline. Machine and hand sewn. Clothing label on dress: Jean Patou/PARIS. Back

Conjunto de calle de Jean Patou, 1927

Dress Design House: House of Patou (French, founded Designer: Attributed to Jean Patou (French, Date: ca. 1927 Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 26 in. cm) Length at CB (b): 20 in. cm) Length at Side Seam (c): 31 in.

An unusual Jean Patou couture rayon taffeta robe-de-style style cocktail dress, probably circa 1940. with pink and white woven label, with centre-front hook and eye fastenings, tiered flounces to the skirt

Probable circa An unusual Jean Patou couture rayon taffeta robe-de-style style cocktail dress, with pink and white woven label, with centre-front hook and eye fastenings, tiered flounces to the skirt

Evening dress House of Patou  (French, founded 1919) Designer: Jean Patou (French, 1887–1936) Date: ca. 1927 Culture: French Medium: silk, glass, metallic thread, plastic

fashion flapper dress - White, and blue silk, metallic pink with scroll work gold dress - The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Patou evening dress ca. 1947-1949 via The Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Chartreuse taffeta evening dress by House of Patou, French, In marketing company A. Tenney Associates commissioned French couturiers to design clothing that featured Estron, a new synthetic fiber developed by Tennessee Eastman Corporation.

Sophie Gimbel evening dress ca. 1947 via The Henry Ford Costume Collection

Evening dress, Sophie Gimbel, The Henry Ford Costume Collection. What's funny is that I have been thinking about doing something like this, based off of the BSD Mina red gown.

Evening Gown: ca. 1915, two layers of tulle over silk taffeta, waist and skirt trimmed with satin rosebuds, silk floss embroidered garlands cover the skirt.

Embroidered Garnet Silk Evening Gown Made Of Two Tulle Layers Over Garnet Silk Taffeta, Sleeveless, Bodice, Waist And Skirt Trimmed With Garnet Satin Rosebuds, Silk Floss Embroidered Garlands Cover The Skirt

Jean Patou | Haute Couture dress (1935-1938)

Jean Patou, haute couture, circa This REALLY reminds me of the dress Rose wore on the Titanic when she nearly jumped off.

Elizabeth Hawes 1937 Fall-Winter collection

"It Is My Own Invention" Elizabeth Hawes fall/winter 1937 Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 67 in.

Evening dress designed by Norman Hartnell for Queen Elizabeth II, 1950’s From the Royal Collection

fripperiesandfobs: “ Norman Hartnell evening dress worn by Queen Elizabeth II during her state visit to the United States, 1957 From the Royal Collection ”

Evening dress   (c. 1923)  JEAN PATOU, Paris (couture house)

Circa 1923 silk, metal, and glass Evening Dress by Jean Patou for Jean Patou (Paris, Couture House).

Celedon green evening dress, 1930s. The bodice with chiffon overlay and embellished with colorless rhinestones and beads.

Dancing Casino extras, Honeymoon-------Celedon green evening dress, The bodice with chiffon overlay and embellished with colorless rhinestones and beads.

Evening dress, Jean Patou, ca. 1928-29. Purple silk satin sleeveless evening dress. Very low neck and back with silk bow trim. Made with many sections of bias-cut fabric. Inset belt. Goldstein Museum of Design, Univ. of Minnesota

~Circa Evening dress by Jean Patou: purple silk satin sleeveless evening dress. Very low neck and back with silk bow trim. Made with many sections of bias-cut fabric. Inset belt~ Via Goldstein Museum of Design, Univ. of Minnesota.

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