Dress, Laboudt & Robina: 1895, French, silk. "The crescent textile of this glorious gown was made in China in 1888 and then included in this gown by Parisian dressmakers Laboudt & Robina at a later date. The dress itself includes what French dressmaking is famous for: striking color combinations and textures, meticulous sewing and elaborate embroidery." Front
1905-06 extant afternoon gown from Cinncinati Art Museum. You want this dress, don't you? So do I. And look, another bow at the back of the neck.
Ballgown, 1780-85 France, Musée des Tissus de Lyon This dress, also called “robe parée”, is a ball dress. The skirt is worn over a pannier which, early 1780, was less ample than the one used under the dress “à la française”. The decoration consists of appliqué painted flowers, gauze flounces and extremely refined embroideries. It exemplifies the dresses Rose Bertin, Marie-Antoinette’s dressmaker, used to create for the queen.
Robe, E. Coguenhem et Cie, Paris, 1898 Drap de laine, velours de soie, broderie d’application de satin
Dress (Reform) Date: ca. 1890–1895 Media: Wool Challis And Silk Taffeta Country: United States Accession Number: 59.48.13 'Jumper' style highwaisted dress. Yoke and puffed long sleeves of pink-shot aqua silk taffeta. Dress of puce-colored wool challis trimmed around yoke with large burgundy/white ricrac. Bodice opens CF, skirt left front. Long flared and trained skirt.
Charles Frederick Worth tea gown dress circa from Paris, France 1895. Iridescent effects rich damask and velvet fabric created by artisans in Lyon, in 18 century, in vogue at the time. The Tea Gown is very personal taste of the designer, as it's bring Neo Renaissance and Oriental in the period of 1899-1900. Green satin silk background patterns and cut midnight blue velvet, lined with green silk taffeta. #Haute #Couture #Hautecouture #Fashion House of Worth.