Vintage Fashion: 1900-1919
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Vintage Fashion: 1900-1919
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1900 Black ribbed silk day ensemble trimmed with fox fur and lined with wool crepe, designed by Mon. LaFerrière for Bertha Honoré Palmer, who represented the U.S. at the Paris Exposition of 1900. She was photographed in this suit on the eve of her departure for France.
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design for Bertha Palmer Day suit, 1900 Ribbed silk, wool crepe, fox fur Mon. LaFerrière, Paris Bertha Palmer represented the U.S. at the Paris Exposition of 1900. She was photographed in this suit on the eve of her departure for France. This ensemble is featured in the exhibition Bertha Honoré Palmer, on display at the Chicago History Museum May 23, 2009 through January 4, 2010. Chicago History Museum www.chicagohistory.org
Ensemble: jacket and skirt, 1900 (source: chicagohistory.org). Check out that back detail!
Dress, 1916, Nasjonalmuseet for Kunst, Arketektur, og Design.
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Purple dress, 1916 Nasjonalmuseet for Kunst, Arketektur, og Design
Evening dress, circa 1900. From the Kent State University Museum on Pinterest.
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White silk chiffon and satin striped dress printed with lilacs, English, ca. 1900, KSUM 1983.1.285 ab.
Evening dress ca. 1900 From the Kent State University Museum on Pinterest
1905 Evening Dress by Jean-Philippe Worth, via The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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Jean Philippe Worth (c. 1905)
Mode dans les années 1900 : Worth
Evening dress House of Worth (French, 1858–1956) Designer: Jean-Philippe Worth (French, 1856–1926) Date: 1905 Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 16 1/2 in. (41.9 cm) Length at CB (b): 60 in. (152.4 cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Mrs. C. Oliver Iselin, 1961
Antique cream silk House Of Worth evening gown (1905).
1913, House of Worth ensemble.
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Edwardian Fashion 1900 to 1920 :: 1913 Worth image by charleybrown77 - Photobucket
Charles Frederick Worth
Circa 1903 deep Iris Coupe des Velours Silk Chiffon Gown, House of Worth, French.
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Deep Iris Coupe des Velours Silk Chiffon Gown, House of Worth, French, circa 1903.
1902 Lace and Net Evening Gown.
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Ephemeral Elegance | Lace and Net Evening Gown, 1902 Designed by...
Woman's Day Ensemble: Dress and Jacket, by Rondeau Legrand & Cie, circa 1913, at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
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Woman's Day Ensemble: Dress and Jacket Made in Paris, France, Europe c. 1913 Rondeau Legrand & Cie Dress: wool, embroidered chiffon; Jacket: silk matelasse, silk cord braid and tassel, embroidered silk ottoman Dress (Center Back Length): 61 inches (154.9 cm) Dress (Waist): 24 inches (61 cm) Jacket (Center Back Length): 28 inches (71.1 cm) Currently not on view 1967-101-8a,b Gift of Mrs. Allan Hutchings, 1967 Philadelphia Museum of Art
Silk Velvet, 1900S, Evening Dresses, Historical Fashion, Historical Clothing, Chemical Lace, John Redfern, 1900 1920, 1900 1909
Evening Dress, John Redfern (born 1820 - died 1895): ca. 1909, silk velvet, chemical lace.
Poiret dress, around 1908.
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Paul Poiret Haute Couture 1908
Paul Poiret Gown, ca. 1908, Paul Poiret was just one of many fashion designers who ruled the Paris couture market during this time. He was known for his usage of vivid colors, and lack of corsets which can be depicted in the picture above.
1908 Regency Revival afternoon dress by Paul Poiret via Collection Musée Galliera. Canvas blue silk flower applications, silk satin red and yellow trimmings on metallic gold, and metallic silver tassels. © Copyright Photography / Paris City Hall.
1911 dress by Lucile (Lucy, Lady Duff Gordon). Blue figured silk evening dress with gold net sleeves and train embroidered in gold metal strip and decorated with blue gems and tassels. Worn by Esme Giffard (née Wallace), daughter of Lucile, to celebrate the Coronation of King George V in 1911 and later altered for a Ball in 1919.
Day dress, Edwardian era. Blue-green silk faille with an intricate cutwork lace collar and cuffs. Pleated sleeves and bodice inset. Fresno State Univ., Theatre Arts Dep't.