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This 1989 exhibition of the Brooklyn Museum was called The Opulent Era: Fashions of Worth, Doucet and Pingat, and featured many exquisite works from the greatest couture houses of la belle époque.

This 1989 exhibition of the Brooklyn Museum was called The Opulent Era: Fashions of Worth, Doucet and Pingat, and featured many exquisite works from the greatest couture houses of la belle époque.

This 1989 exhibition of the Brooklyn Museum was called The Opulent Era: Fashions of Worth, Doucet and Pingat, and featured many exquisite works from the greatest couture houses of la belle époque

This 1989 exhibition of the Brooklyn Museum was called The Opulent Era: Fashions of Worth, Doucet and Pingat, and featured many exquisite works from the greatest couture houses of la belle époque

1900s

1900s

paris fashions 1890 | ... New_York_1890.Given_by_Lord_FairhavenVictoria_and_Albert_Museum_London

paris fashions 1890 | ... New_York_1890.Given_by_Lord_FairhavenVictoria_and_Albert_Museum_London

greatgdean: (via 1908 fashion illustration by April-Mo on deviantART)

greatgdean: (via 1908 fashion illustration by April-Mo on deviantART)

Day dress, ca. 1904-1905 "Turtleneck" or high neck style dresses were increasingly popular during the early 1900’s. This elongated the neck, and created an elegant look. Wire supports were used to maintain this rigid effect.

Day dress, ca. 1904-1905 "Turtleneck" or high neck style dresses were increasingly popular during the early 1900’s. This elongated the neck, and created an elegant look. Wire supports were used to maintain this rigid effect.

1870

1870

Jacques Doucet, 1903

Jacques Doucet, 1903

1909 Antique Historical Clothing Fashion Accessories www.rubylane.com @rubylanecom #rubylane

1909 Antique Historical Clothing Fashion Accessories www.rubylane.com @rubylanecom #rubylane

Dress, 1805-1810, At the beginning of the nineteenth century, whitework became the favored embellishment for fashionable Grecian-style gowns, the latest fashion, with low necks and high waists. The neo-classical design at the skirt's center front echoes the delicate swags on embroidered pictures, while the sheer gauze fabric (which required a solid color underdress to avoid indecent exposure) recalls the floating train on the Egyptian princess's dress in Ruth Green Barber's Moses picture.

Dress, 1805-1810, At the beginning of the nineteenth century, whitework became the favored embellishment for fashionable Grecian-style gowns, the latest fashion, with low necks and high waists. The neo-classical design at the skirt's center front echoes the delicate swags on embroidered pictures, while the sheer gauze fabric (which required a solid color underdress to avoid indecent exposure) recalls the floating train on the Egyptian princess's dress in Ruth Green Barber's Moses picture.

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