Angela

Angela

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"Evening Dress, Doucet, Fall 1920.  Black lace or net dress with green under skirt and green train; hem with several points; sleeveless v-neck bodice. (Bendel Collection, HB 036-48)", 1920. Fashion sketch. Brooklyn Museum, Fashion sketches. (Photo: Brooklyn Museum, SC01.1_Bendel_Collection_HB_036-48_1920_Doucet_SL5.jpg)

"Evening Dress, Doucet, Fall 1920. Black lace or net dress with green under skirt and green train; hem with several points; sleeveless v-neck bodice. (Bendel Collection, HB 036-48)", 1920. Fashion sketch. Brooklyn Museum, Fashion sketches. (Photo: Brooklyn Museum, SC01.1_Bendel_Collection_HB_036-48_1920_Doucet_SL5.jpg)

Evening Dress Girolamo Giuseffi 1915-1920 Indianapolis Museum of Art

Evening Dress designer Girolamo Giuseffi (American, design house G. Giuseffi Ladies' Tailoring Company (American) creation date materials silk net, silk satin, metallic threads, sequins accession number

Le Cachet de Paris : journal de modes professionnel... | 1909-07-10 | Gallica

Le Cachet de Paris : journal de modes professionnel... | 1909-07-10 | Gallica

Rear view, pet-en-lair robe, ca. 1770, fabric: late 1730s, early 1740s. Pale turqoise silk damask woven with large-scale flowerheads, fabric trim.

Rear view, pet-en-lair robe, ca. fabric: late early Pale turqoise silk damask woven with large-scale flowerheads, fabric trim.

Pet-en-l’air jacket, ca. 1780-1790. Manchester City Galleries. EEP

omgthatdress: Pet-en-l’air jacket ca. via Manchester City Galleries This type of jacket is called a pet-en-l’air, and in all honesty, I’m kind of at a loss to know what exactly the difference between a pet-en-l’air and a caraco is.

Chintz in the Fries museum – How chintz was worn | Atelier Nostalgia

My second post about the exhibition ‘Sits – katoen in bloei’ (Chintz – cotton in bloom) in the Fries Museum! My first post was about color and patterns, and before that I wr…

Closed Gown. Robe à l'Anglaise: ca. 1775-1780. # 1959-113-1. CF.  American, striped cotton plain weave. "This gown is a rare surviving example of the type worn by servants and the lower classes, or by middle class women for informal wear. The plain design and the use of cotton fabric are well suited to an informal dress, but also reflect the growing preference for simplicity during the 1770s and 1780s. At this time, dresses with closed skirts became popular; called "round gowns,"

Womans Round Gown Striped cotton plain weave - - American Pennsylvania West Chester Made in West Chester, Pennsylvania, United States c. Artist/maker unknown, American Striped cotton plain weave Center Back Length: 52 inches cm) Waist: 26 inches cm)

Closed Gown. Robe à l'Anglaise: ca. 1775-1780. # 1959-113-1. CB. American, striped cotton plain weave. "This gown is a rare surviving example of the type worn by servants and the lower classes, or by middle class women for informal wear. The plain design and the use of cotton fabric are well suited to an informal dress, but also reflect the growing preference for simplicity during the 1770s and 1780s. At this time, dresses with closed skirts became popular; called "round gowns,"

Closed Gown. Robe à l'Anglaise: ca. 1775-1780. # 1959-113-1. CB. American, striped cotton plain weave. "This gown is a rare surviving example of the type worn by servants and the lower classes, or by middle class women for informal wear. The plain design and the use of cotton fabric are well suited to an informal dress, but also reflect the growing preference for simplicity during the 1770s and 1780s. At this time, dresses with closed skirts became popular; called "round gowns,"