Fashion 20th Century and After

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Fashion 20th Century and After

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Balenciaga Summer 1951

dreaming in black & white - Balenciaga Summer 1951

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Lorea se aburre. Kimonos y otras cosas interesantes.: Japonismo y kimonos para la exportación.

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To understand the Tree, the CHM took the dress to the Field Museum of Natural History and performed a CT scan, using equipment normally used to examine ancient mummies. Here, it reveals the complex skeleton of a dress, rather than its wearer. #CharlesJames #museum #exhibition #fashion #history #couture #FieldMuseum #CTscan

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Charles James "Tree," CT scan ICHi-64784 To understand the Tree, the CHM took the dress to the Field Museum of Natural History and performed a CT scan, using equipment normally used to examine ancient mummies. Here, it reveals the complex skeleton of a dress, rather than its wearer. #CharlesJames #museum #CTscan #fashion #history #couture

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Evening Dress Augustabernard, 1933 The Philadelphia Museum of Art

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Princess Elisabeth of Stolberg Rossla

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Dress 1916 Nasjonalmuseet fur Kunst, Arketektur og Design

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Stunning coat by Paul Poiret.

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Ballets Russes | Behind Ballet

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Ballets Russes | Behind Ballet

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Dress 1930s The Frock

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  • Shelley Doherty
    Shelley Doherty

    Glam and gorgeous

  • Maki J Obara
    Maki J Obara

    Absolutely!

Callot Soeurs Evening gown, c. 1928 Silk charmeuse, pearl, metallic thread Although the Callot Soeurs are almost forgotten today, their most illustrious protégé Madeleine Vionnet regarded them as outstanding dressmakers, far superior to Chanel. Vionnet once said, “Without the example of the Callot Soeurs, I would have continued to make Fords. It is because of them that I have been able to make Rolls-Royces.” This gown is one of more than 60 couture pieces featured in the exhibition Chi

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Callot Soeurs Evening gown, c. 1928 Silk charmeuse, pearl, metallic thread Although the Callot Soeurs are almost forgotten today, their most illustrious protégé Madeleine Vionnet regarded them as outstanding dressmakers, far superior to Chanel. Vionnet once said, “Without the example of the Callot Soeurs, I would have continued to make Fords. It is because of them that I have been able to make Rolls-Royces.” This gown is one of more than 60 couture pieces featured in the exhibition Chi

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Vionnet design for Mrs. Potter Palmer II Gown, 1938 Madeleine Vionnet Smoke-gray chiffon, rhinestones and silver beads. Worn by Mrs. Potter Palmer II when she was presented to the Queen of England in 1938. This gown is one of more than 60 couture pieces featured in the exhibition Chic Chicago: Couture Treasures from the Chicago History Museum. © Chicago History Museum www.chicagohistor...

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Dress, Evening Mme. Jeanne Paquin 1905 The Met

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Dress Callot Soeur, 1925

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Pink Silk / Net, Sequins and Glass Beads, Evening Dress, France, c 1924. Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, Australia

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Chanel evening dress.

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Evening dress, ca. 1925

The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Evening dress

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Madeleine Vionnet evening dress from 1939 is made of a gorgeous silvery-green lamé and has a net skirt covered in four-leaf clovers. It’s just breathtaking!

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Dinner Dress Drécoll, 1914-1916 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Edwardian

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Evening gowns, c. 1912-1914. Left: Beaded green chiffon with dark green devoré velvet on black chiffon, over rose silk satin underskirt. Right: Black net covered in green carnival glass beads on kelly green silk satin, with black devoré velvet hem and bodice trim, jet bead medallion and chenille fringe trim at center back.

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