Jacques Doucet (French, Paris 1853–1929). Afternoon dress, 1903. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum,2009; Gift of Orme and R. Thornton Wilson in memory of Caroline Schermerhorn Astor Wilson, 1949 (2009.300.1153a, b) | The sheer pink fabric, accented with lace and black and pink ribbon trim, is a dress to be displayed at garden parties and the races.
1910-1919 Day dress by Renaud & Cie, Barcelona. Cream-colored silk organza over silk satin with tunic overlay of tulle embroidered with beads and applications of metallic lace. Boned bodice. Textile Museum & Documentation Center, Terrassa, Spain. (IMATEX)
Circa 1907 Evening dress by Jean-Philippe Worth. Cream silk satin two-piece debutante dress, trimmed with cream silk net at sleeves, neckline, and skirt, with a cascading row of pink roses from right shoulder and down front bodice from left shoulder. Skirt hem caught up in swags, decorated with two rows of pink roses. Two rows of roses descending down front of skirt from waist to swagged hem.