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House of Worth | Evening dress | French | The Met
The love knot motif is elegant and lyrical representing the quintessential daintily fluttering bow which was an iconic motif of the 18th century. The treatment of the bust drapery by exposing the selvedge under the bust is a classic Worth design characteristic which was usually done on the skirt edges, but here is very prominently done on the bodice
Gown with two bodices, belonged to Queen Louise of Denmark, 1885. Pale gold and ivory velvet cut to cream satin with satin trim, front-lacing dinner bodice having 3/4 cuffed sleeve with bow detail, deep front and back points, sleeveless back-lacing ball bodice, trained skirt with self ruffle to the satin front panel, entire skirt hem backed with lace ruffle. Petersham label "Mode Bazar, Gerson & Co. Berlin". Helen Larson Historic Fashion Collection, via Whitaker Auction.
Attributed to Liberty & Co. | Evening dress | British | The Met
Design House: Attributed to Liberty & Co. (British, founded London, 1875). Date: 1880s. Culture: British. Medium: silk. Credit Line: Purchase, Gifts fro...