Fashion History thru 1800
Fashion History thru 1800
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Afternoon Dress, Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne 1825–1895 Paris) for the House of Worth (French, 1858–1956): ca. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
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French silk dress (1867-1869)
Worth day dress, 1867. So beautiful
Afternoon/visiting dress, 1867- 69, French, silk. Designer, Depret, Paris
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Dress (rear view), silk woven pattern with fringe trim, provenance: worn in St. John New Brunswick by Mary Connell, unlabelled, altered in about 1880 from mid 1870s original style, 09.04.01 donor: Margaret Moon
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Wedding dress, St. John, New Brunswick, ca. 1876. Fashion History Museum Facebook
Ball gown Design House: House of Worth (French, 1858–1956) Designer: Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne 1825–1895 Paris) Date: ca. 1872 Culture: French Medium: silk
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Ball Gown with day bodice, side view. House of Worth (French, 1858–1956). Designer: Charles Frederick Worth. Date: ca. 1872. Culture: French. Materials: Silk. Gift of Mrs. Philip K. Rhinelander, 1946. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, NYC, USA. "Worth rarely scrutinized or adapted forms from the East; in this unusual example, he has emulated Middle Eastern enamels. More often, he was an instrument of a Western taste that was projected globally via imperialism."
Ball gown House of Worth (French, 1858–1956) Designer: Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne 1825–1895 Paris) Date: ca. 1872 Culture: French Medium: silk.
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1880-90, silk and wool.
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Day dress, jacket and skirt, circa 1880-1890, United States. © The Baltimore Museum of Art.
HISTORICAL BORDEAUX & RED PRINTED DRESSES
1880 Day Dress Culture: American Medium: silk, wool
Beautiful old style...
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Day dress ca. 1880-90 From the Baltimore Museum of Art via the Costume Society of America
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Ensemble, Evening Texier St. Engley Date: ca. 1875 Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 15 in. (38.1 cm) Length at CB: 7 in. (17.8 cm) Length at CB: 53 in. (134.6 cm) Other: 14 in. (35.6 cm)
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Evening ensemble (image 3) | Dept Store: Texier St Engley | French | 1875 | silk | Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: 2009.300.1071a–d
Evening ensemble Department Store: Texier St. Engley Date: ca. 1875 Culture: French Medium: silk
Beautiful dress, French 1880's
Texier St. Engley | Evening ensemble | French
Evening dress ca. 1855-60 From the LEEDS MUSEUM AND GALLERIES
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Evening dress, ca. 1855-60. From the LEEDS MUSEUM AND GALLERIES.
Would it be weird if I started dressing like this all of the time? ;)
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Evening Dress by Charles Frederick Worth, 1886-1887 jαɢlαdy
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Evening Dress Charles Fredrick Worth, 1886-1887 The Philadelphia Museum of Art
Evening Dress Charles Frederick Worth c.1886-1887 Philadelphia Museum of Art
Evening dress worn by Mrs. Ernest Fenollosa, wife of the director of the Imperial Museum in Tokyo, circa 1886-1887 vintage fashion 1880s 1890s pink white embroidered evening gown bustle
CHARLES FREDERICK WORTH, British Designer (1826-1895). Widely considered the Father of Haute couture, whose works were produced in Paris in the 19th century.
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Charles Frederick Worth: A British designer who was considered the "Father of Haute Couture." He was the first to design clothing for women as a man, first to use a logo, first to use live models as well as mannequins, and first to use sewing machines extensively. His designs are held in museums all over the world.
Charles Frederick Worth- (1825–95) aka "Father of Haute Couture", a French and British fashion designer. He was the founder of the Maison Worth in Paris and London, the longest running fashion dynasty, and the arbiter of women's fashions for more than a century. He first designed silks and then became court dressmaker to Empress Eugénie of France and Empress Elizabeth of Austria.
A British draper working in Paris, Charles Worth turned to fashion in 1858 and was soon being commissioned by actresses, courtesans, princesses, and empresses. Worth was the first designer to mark his clothing with signature labels, and is quite literally “the father of haute couture”!
Elisabeth of Austria with Diamond Stars In Her Hair, 1865 (fun fact: this gown, designed by Charles Worth, and the diamond stars, were the inspiration for a costume that Emmy Rossum wore in the film version of Phantom of the Opera.)
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The Empress Elisabeth of Austria ~this is how Winterhalter saw her. She wears a dress by Charles Frederick Worth, the father of Haute Couture.
Portrait of Empress Elisabeth of Austria in courtly gala dress with diamond stars in her hair (1865) by artist Franz Xaver Winterhalter (1805-1873).
Portrait of Empress Elisabeth of Austria, or Princess Sissi as she is better known thanks to Romy Schneider's movies. "Elisabeth with diamond stars in her hair" (oil on canvas) 1865 Franz Xaver Winterhalter
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Robe à TransformationCharles Fredrick Worth, 1893The...
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Evening ensemble (image 2) | House of Worth | French | 1893 | silk, linen, metal | Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: 2009.300.622a–c
Cape, Worth, ca. 1895. Evening cape of la Comtesse Greffulhe. Patrick Pierrain/Galliera/Roger-Viollet
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Belle Époque Paris Charles Frédéric Worth Cape, c. 1895. Evening cape of La Comtesse Greffulhe, born Élisabeth de Caraman-Chimay (1860-1952), cut in Boukhara caftan offered by the Tsar.
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Worth evening cape worn by the Comtesse Greffulhe... - Fripperies and Fobs
Blue silk taffeta and velvet winter ensemble (side view, with velvet jacket with fur trim), French, ca. 1874.
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1870s seaside attire
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Ensemble ca. 1874 via The Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Late 19th century style gown
Ensemble | French
Victorian fashion afternoon dress gown circa 1892 American in 19th century. Haute couture #Historical #Costume made from wool and contrasting color fur flower floral pattern applique lace trim at the high neck, long sleeve and hem with skirt fully flared with train at the back. #Hautecouture #Couture #Vintage #Victorian #Regency #Fashion
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Victorian fashion afternoon dress gown circa 1892 American in 19th century. made from wool and contrasting color fur flower floral pattern applique lace trim at the high neck, long sleeve and hem with skirt fully flared with train at the back.
Afternoon Dress 1892 The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Afternoon dress, The Metropolitan Museum of Art #1890s #fashion
Afternoon dress | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Dress (image 2) | House of Worth | France; Paris | 1870 | silk, lace | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston | Accession #: 2002.696.1-5
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Woman's dress in three parts (showing skirt and evening bodice) French, about 1870 Designed by Charles Frederick Worth, English (active in France), about 1825–1895 Designed for House of Worth, Paris, France Dimensions Skirt (length): 160 cm (63 in.); Evening bodice (center back): 22.9 cm (9 in.); Day bodice (center back): 59.7 cm (23 1/2 in.); Bows (each): 15.2 x 15.2 cm (6 x 6 in.) Medium or Technique Silk plain weave (faille), supplementary warp stripe patte
Woman's dress | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston Purple silk faille skirt trimmed with cream-colored lace embroidered with black chenille yarn; skirt front made of white silk faille with supplementary warp patterning. Purple silk faille evening bodice trimmed with cream and black net lace attached to the skirt. Purple silk faille day bodice trimmed with black and cream net lace; center front made of white silk faille with supplementary warp pattern with buttons. Two detached purple silk faille bows.
Lavender Silk Gown, back view. House of Worth, Paris, France, ca. 1870. MFA Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, USA.
Woman's dress -Charles Frederick Worth, English (active in France), about 1825–1895 | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
House of Worth, Black Silk Faille Day Dress, Paris, 1878-1880.
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Two-Piece Day Dress: Bodice and Skirt Made in France, c. 1878-80 Designed by Charles Frederick Worth. Silk faille and brocaded silk lampas weave trimmed with lace, silk satin, and beads. 1996-19-7a,b Philadelphia Museum of Art
Two-piece Day Dress, Charles Frederick Worth, English (active Paris), 1825 - 1895: ca. 1878-80, Silk faille and brocaded silk lampas weave trimmed with lace, silk satin, and beads. "Worth used a brightly brocaded floral silk to soften the austerity of the black silk faille. Curved seams give the bodice an hourglass shape, which is accented by satin-edged triangular inserts of the brocade at front and back. Full hips are enhanced by a puffed overskirt, bordered in front by iridescent beaded fringe over the brocade center panel. The floral fabric is most dramatic down the back of the skirt, where it emerges from under the bodice's bustle tails to flow into a graceful train."
Black Silk Faille Day Dress -- House of Worth, Paris -- 1878-1880 -- Philadelphia Museum of Art
Charles Frederick Worth c. 1870 on display at the Philadelphia Museum of Art
Woman's Two-Piece Day Dress: Bodice and Skirt
1893-1894 Evening dress, by Worth, at Les Arts Décoratifs, Paris. Photo: Jean Tholance. Via Europeana Fashion. jαɢlαdy
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1893-1894 Evening dress, by Worth, at Les Arts Décoratifs, Paris. Photo: Jean Tholance. Via Europeana Fashion.
Circa 1895-1900 Reception gown (bodice and skirt) by House of Worth, Paris. Gown is ivory silk chiffon and ivory silk net over which black Alençon lace appliqués have been sewn. Underskirt is ivory silk. The designer’s eye for detail and flawless workmanship, as seen in this dress, is characteristic of the high quality of French couturier fashions of the late 19th century. This elegant gown is typical of just one of 7 or 8 outfits a fashionable lady might wear in a single day.
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Reception gown (bodice and skirt), by House of Worth, Paris, ca.1895-1900. Gown is ivory silk chiffon and ivory silk net over which black Alençon lace appliqués have been sewn. Underskirt is ivory silk. The designer’s eye for detail and flawless workmanship, as seen in this dress, is characteristic of the high quality of French couturier fashions of the late 19th century. This elegant gown is typical of just one of 7 or 8 outfits a fashionable lady might wear in a single day.
Scarlet red satin shoes, Great Britain, 1775-1785. Red satin, decorated with white satin, tapered Louis heel, Sharp toe, flax lining. All borders are covered with white satin ribbon. Buckles missing. Shoe icons. eng.shoe-icons.co...
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Scarlet satin high white leather Louis heel shoes, Great Britain, 1775-1785. Ladies shoes made or red satin, decorated with white satin. Sharp toe, flax lining. All borders are covered with white satin ribbon. Italian heel covered with satin. Shoe icons. http://eng.shoe-icons.com/collection/object.htm?id=973
Striped blue silk pelisse, ca. 1815.
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An exquisitely floral printed day dress from 1810.
Rare Aqua Silk Taffeta Empire Redingote American, circa 1815 Brocaded with floral sprigs and vertical stripes in shades of coral pink, green and white, self band belt with ruched flowerheads at center front closure, short puff sleeve over long slender sleeve, attenuated high band collar, creme silk Norwich faux buttons at central front closure, sleeve cap and ruched band at wrist, creme soutache trim, creme silk lining, hook and eye closures, shoulder to hem 52 inches, belt 26 inches, no label. Note: This dress belonged to Julia Clark Taylor (1799-1846). Portraits of her parents in law, William and Mary Elizabeth Clayton Miller Taylor, painted by John Wesley Jarvis, hang in the Colonial Dames Georgia Headquarters, housed in the Andrew Low House in Savannah. Sold at Doyle New York auction for $5,100
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Dress (Ball Gown) Emile Pingat (French, active 1860–96) Date: ca. 1860 Culture: French Medium: silk
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Silk Ball Gown c.1860 / French, Emile Pingat / Metropolitan Museum of Art
Ball gown, ca. 1860, Emile Pingat, French, silk
1860 ballgown | Emile Pingat. Silk Ball Gown. 1860. French.
Ball gown Emile Pingat (French, active 1860–96) Date: ca. 1860 Culture: French Medium: silk Metropolitan Museum
Emile Pingat | Ball gown | French
Reception gown, Josephine H. Egan, New York, ca. 1875. Silk. Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum, Tokyo
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Reception gown, Josephine H. Egan, New York, ca. 1875. Silk. Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum, Tokyo LOVE THE FABRIC
Evening Mantle, Worth, 1890s, Augusta Auctions
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Evening MantleWorth, 1890sAugusta Auctions
WORTH EVENING MANTLE, 1890s. Black velvet w/ jet bead design....Pretty ensemble. Imagine wearing this silhouette. Ask your dressmaker for suggestions.
Victorian cape 1890 Augusta Auctions
OMG that dress!
Velvet and brocade ensemble -- 1887 -1900 Blue/gold womans ensemble [Silk Velvet and Patterned Silk Brocade] 1887 -1900 Blue/gold womans ensemble [Silk Velvet and Patterned Silk Brocade]