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Dress, Evening Callot Soeurs (French, active 1895–1937) Designer: Madame Marie Gerber (French) Date: 1914 Culture: French Medium: silk, metal, rhinestones

Beer Dress - 1919 - by by Gustav Beer (established 1905) Paris - Silk net embroidered in silvered glass beads and rhinestones with silk sash and silver lame underdress - Kyoto Costume Institute - @~ Mlle

Evening dress, Jacques Doucet, circa 1910. Silk satin and chiffon, beads, faux pearls, and rhinestones. “Pouter pigeon” bodice creating “S” shape. Via Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum, Tokyo.

Edith Head Dress - 1929 - Made for Clara Bow in The Saturday Night Kid - @~ Mlle

1920’'s Original Silk Lace over Satin French Gown - @~ Mlle

Wedding Cloche - 1932 - Made in France - Linen, wax, metal - The Metropolitan Museum of Art - @~ Mlle

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French Silk Taffeta Dress - 1919 - Beaded trim at neckline, skirted waist with a floral applique - @~ Mlle

Dressing Gown - 1920's - Silk Velvet Marabou - @~ Mlle

Dresses by Thurn, New York. Top: 1912. Middle: 1910. Bottom: 1914. Belonged to the Kenefick and Graves families, who lived in Buffalo, New York at the turn of the century. Sloans & Kenyon/Artfact

Queen Maud's Dress - 1913 - Victoria and Albert Museum - @~ Watsonette

Dress, 1910s labeled "Lambert Schneider Soeurs/10, rue du Mont Thabor, Paris."

Evening gown worn by Isadora Duncan, circa 1912. Cream chiffon tunic-style gown with chenille-like design of gold roses on fabric. Label: “Paul Poiret. Paris”. Via Museum of the City of New York