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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.

Dress, 1916, Nasjonalmuseet for Kunst, Arketektur, og Design.

Evening dress, circa 1900. From the Kent State University Museum on Pinterest.

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1905 Evening Dress by Jean-Philippe Worth, via The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

1913, House of Worth ensemble.

Circa 1903 deep Iris Coupe des Velours Silk Chiffon Gown, House of Worth, French.

1902 Lace and Net Evening Gown.

Ephemeral Elegance | Lace and Net Evening Gown, 1902 Designed by...

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Dress, 1900-1906.

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Reception dress, circa 1902.

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Woman's Day Ensemble: Dress and Jacket, by Rondeau Legrand & Cie, circa 1913, at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Day dress, circa 1903-1905.

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Day dress, circa 1904-1905.

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Day dress, circa 1910.

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Callot Soeurs ensemble, circa 1910.

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1912 Poiret dress.

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Evening dress, 1910s.

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Ball gown, circa 1902-1903.

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1910 dress.

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1901 ensemble.

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Préklin, visiting gown, 1902.

Poiret dress, around 1908.

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.

Silk dress, 1912.