Day dress, J. Franken, Brooklyn, ca. 1910. Mauve & white silk print. Yoke inset in ivory crewel-embroidered net with standup collar & chiffon ruffle. Rose-colored silk ribbon edges neckline w/tiny bows in front. Pleats from shoulders to front & back midriff beneath wide embroidered yoke. Large buttons front & back; gold-embroidered stars in each center. Ivory lace border at forearm & wrists. Back buttons w/ribbons & silk medallion tassels. Mauve silk taffeta lining & underskirt. Vintage Martini
Circa 1908 one-piece ball gown: short sleeves, long narrow train, all over embroidery and beading w/ribbon, bronze thread, gold beads, silver bugle beads, rhinestones, pearls, and white silk ribbon.
1901 German Dress Abendkleid, getragen von Gräfin Courten.
Louise Boulanger evening dress, circa 1929, France. The Museum at FIT.THIS looks like a dress in the L'Art et la Mode No. 27 that the 1940s-looking dress was referenced as being in.
BEADED & EMBROIDERED PARTY DRESS, 1920s Black net, copper scallop motifs on F & B, broken by wide diagonal band w/ blossoms & foliage in blue & pink metal beads & teal blue silk embroidery, front hem comes to center V point, longer back square hem w/ center split Fashion, Party Dresses, Flapper Dresses, Bead, Dress 1920S, Embroid Parti, Art Deco, Parti Dress, 1920S Art
1920's art deco style dress.
~A printed cotton 18th century style polonaise gown, circa 1910, comprising of boned bodice with integral sack-back and flounced petticoat~
Parasol Date: 1915–20 Accession Number: 2009.300.2591
Evening dress, House of Worth 1898-1900
~ c. 1912 Irish Crochet Lace Wedding Gown~
Dress | American or European | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
~Ensemble Hattie Carnegie (American (born Austria), Vienna 1889–1956 New York) Designer: Attributed to Norman Norell (American, Noblesville, Indiana 1900-1972 New York) Date: 1928 Culture: American Medium: silk, metal 1928 Costum, Polka Dots, Metal, Vintage, Dresses, Flapper, American Made, Hatti Carnegi, Norman Norel
Ensemble 1928, American, Made of silk.
1911 silk, metal, and glass evening dress by Weeks, French. The silhouette of the 1910s is a revival of the Directoire and Empire styles, but here it is blended with a turn-of-the-century monobosom. Once again, a new silhouette was founded in reference to past style. The revealing neckline conforms to an unsupported bust, creating a soft, languorous silhouette. Via MMA.
Maison Agnès, Beaded & Embroidered Evening Dress of Green Watered Silk, Paris, c. 1925
vintage 1920s black sequin tabard over mint chiffon lining