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This formal dress is believed to have belonged to a young girl. Until the last quarter of the eighteenth century, children were dressed as miniature adults, with girls being put into corseted bodices from about three years of age, graduating to adult dress when they reached twelve or thirteen

This formal dress is believed to have belonged to a young girl. Until the last quarter of the eighteenth century, children were dressed as miniature adults, with girls being put into corseted bodices from about three years of age, graduating to adult dress when they reached twelve or thirteen

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Detail embroidery, robe à l'anglaise, Italy, ca. Ivory striped silk pékin, embroidered with floral sprays and floral branches in polychrome silk thread.

fripperiesandfobs: “ Evening dress ca. 1894-95 From the Museum für Angewandte Kunst Köln via Kulturelles Erbe Köln ”

Exploration through art, photographs, and extant garments of the History of Fashion and Costume.

<P>The polonaise gown first came into fashion in the 1770s. It was a style of gown with a close-fitting bodice and the back of the skirt gathered up into three separate puffed sections to reveal the petticoat below

The polonaise gown first came into fashion in the It was a style of gown with a close-fitting bodice and the back of the skirt gathered up into three separate puffed sections to reveal the petticoat below

Costume designed by William Orlandi for Renée Fleming in the Paris Opera’s 1997 production of Jules Massenet’s Manon  From the Centre National du Costume de Scène

Costume designed by William Orlandi for Renée Fleming in the Paris Opera’s 1997 production of Jules Massenet’s Manon From the Centre National du Costume de Scène

RP Vintage

RP Vintage

Evening dress - Evening dress Designer: Henriette Favre Date: ca. 1903 Culture: French Medium: silk, cotton, celluloid Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 12 1/2 in. (31.8 cm) Length at CB (b): 49 1/2 in. (125.7 cm) Length at CF (c): 16 1/2 in. (41.9 cm) Credit Line: Gift of Elvira DeLiee-Burke, M.D., 1984

Evening dress Designer: Henriette Favre Date: ca. 1903 Culture: French Medium: silk, cotton, celluloid Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 12 in. cm) Length at CB (b): 49 in. cm) Length at CF (c): 16 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Elvira DeLiee-Burke, M.

Evening dress by Worth, ca 1866 Paris, Kent State There is apparently also a day bodice that goes with this. Both bodices are reproductions.

Worth, silk faille embroidered with silk and trimmed with silk gauze, date given as (probably mid to late judging by shape of skirt), French.

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The polonaise gown first came into fashion in the It was a style of gown with a close-fitting bodice and the back of the skirt gathered up into three separate puffed sections to reveal the petticoat below

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