TRAINED SILK and GOLD METALLIC EMPIRE GOWN, c. 1908. Sleeveless mint green satin having beaded net bodice insert and gold lame waistband, trained skirt decorated with heavy metallic gold cord, back closure. B-36, high W-32, front L-58, back L-75. (Large fade mark on side, some light stains)
A Callot Soeurs couture black tulle and pearl beaded flapper dress, 1927
A Callot Soeurs couture black tulle and pearl beaded flapper dress, 1927. The matching rose-pink satin slip with printed gold on ivory silk label ‘Callot Soeurs, Paris, Hiver, 1927-28, Nouvelle Marque Déposée’ and numbered in ink ‘2741’, the transparent tulle adorned with pink metal and pearl beaded arabesques with gold stem-stitch tendrils, the skirt falling in elaborate beaded petal-like tiers
Wedding gown ca. early 1900s. Ivory silk with pintucked pleats at shoulders, embroidered down front and at standup collar; peaked cuffs. Pouter pigeon blouson-style bodice edged in silk chiffon. Cummerbund dotted with bows on front and back. Bodice hooks up back. Overskirt embroidered down left hip opening into long pleats. Ruffled cotton underskirt. Dorothea's Closet via The Wayback Machine
PAUL POIRET : Uncorseted gown 1913.
Evening dress, attributed to Maison Worth, ca. 1900. Ivory tulle net embroidered in gold and ivory silk in large trapunto-embossed abstract patterns, friezes of shamrocks and thistles. Two panels in skirt flare and close on the sides with fringed silk tassels.
French Directoire period, ca1795 gown of blue-violet silk satin with scattered…
Dress, Mme. Percy, England, ca. 1910. Aqua silk satin with cream embroidery, net, and black velvet. In the early 20th century, cultivated women regarded pastels and muted shades as refined and "lady-like." This aqua silk is muted by a layer of black net and ivory lace. Museum of the Fashion Institute of Technology
Evening Dress By The House Of Worth c.1910 - Museum Of The City Of NY
Le célèbre couturier Paul Poiret en 1907 (Alright, I'm officially adding Art Nouveau era stuff to my Art Deco pinboard. Deal with it.)
Paul Poiret, 1925. ivory satin, white fox collar, decorated with jewels, under gold lamé, Cornely embroidered lace, gold thread and gold beads, gold lame lining (slight wear to the lining at the shoulder)