Silk "underskirt," dated 1910s, American or European. Metropolitan Museum of Art collection: C.I.40.106.31

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Queen Maud of Norway's Red Evening Gown - 1910-13 - Style and Splendour - Victoria and Albert Museum - @~ Mlle

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c1911, Left - Jeanne Lanvin, embroidered silk chiffon and tulle lace with rose ornaments, Right unknown designer - silk tulle and silk chiffon embroidered with beads, faux pearls and gold cord embroidery on skirt." | The Kyoto Costume Institute

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~Evening Dress, Paul Poiret: 1910-1911, silk satin dress with silk tulle overdress, embroidery of beads and metallic thread, tulle peplum. "...In 1906, when the S-curve silhouette was still overwhelmingly popular, Poiret introduced high waist corsetless dresses. He shifted the fashion trend substantially from 19th-century dresses in artistic forms with excessive decoration toward innovative clothing that accentuated the natural beauty of the human body..."~

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