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Gown originally belonging to the Empress, white silk tulle, Russian, c. 1900.

Gown originally belonging to the Empress, white silk tulle, Russian, c. Oh this is such a lovely, lovely gown!

Jean-Philippe Worth (House of Worth) ball gown from 1900     #victorian #pink #gown

House of Worth Ball Gown - Jean-Philippe Worth c. 1900 silk, rhinestones, Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Tea dress, circa 1912, maker's name BECHOFF-DAVID, Paris (couture house). Medium: silk tulle, linen tape lace, and cotton thread.

Tea dress (c. Artist/s name BECHOFF-DAVID, Paris (couture house) Medium silk tulle, linen tape lace, cotton thread National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne

Champagne colored gown.  The skirt is covered in black lace, which pattern is accentuated along the hemline & train.  A small bolero-type jacket, with long sleeves, goes over the bodice

Evening dress 1898 of American origin. Ivory satin gown sweeps back into a short semi-circular train. Skirt is overlaid with finely embroidered & beaded black lace. In addition, a black lace & ivory satin bolero jacket sets off this piece ~ long sleeves.

Dress, made by Pickett, London, c. 1909. Victoria and Albert Museum, London. V&A: "This delicate evening gown of lilac silk and silk chiffon trimmed with lace was worn by Miss Heather Firbank (1888-1954) in her early 20s. Miss Firbank lived in Mayfair and was presented at court by her mother in 1908. Debutantes were expected to wear light-coloured feminine dresses such as this and it is likely that this garment was worn during Heather's first Society Season." CLICK FOR LARGER IMAGE.

Dress 1909 The Victoria & Albert Museum, Satin Evening Gown with Chiffon Overlay, ca. 1909 Made by Pickett Worn by Miss Heather Firbank via V&A

1860s worth dress | ... what’s most interesting about this dress is that it’s two-piece

circa Trained White Fine Linen Gown Trimmed in Purple Ribbon - Civil War Era. Love the purple!

Worth Dress, Evening. 1875 narrow fitted sleeves, open robe and petticoat effect, tied back bow manipulation bustle, ruffle decoration  Bustle period 1870-1878

Afternoon dress Design House: House of Worth (French, Designer: Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne Paris) Date: ca. 1875 Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 28 in. cm) Length at CB (b): 61 in.

Art Nouveau - Robe du soir - Worth - 1902

Evening dress House of Worth (French, Designer: Jean-Philippe Worth (French, Date: 1902 Culture: French Medium: silk, rhinestones, metal.

Marie Antoinette Court gown 1778-79

Marie Antoinette Court gown This is a modern costume created by Atelier Caraco, though it is indeed a recreation of one of Marie Antoinette's court gowns!

Evening dress ca. 1906-1908 via The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art

1906 – 1908 American Evening Dress made of Silk & Metal