House of Worth, Silk Dress with Fringe Trim, Paris, 1870s. Look at the little bow at the back, above the train and bustle.

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Worth ballgown, 1900-1905. Silk and cotton with metallic thread, glass, and metal ornamentation.

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1880-1890 House of Worth ball gown.

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Preparation of blouses et Worth. Paris, on 1907. © Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet

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HOUSE OF WORTH. Laying Trim in Workshop. Paris, 1907. BOY-1085 © Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet

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HOUSE OF WORTH. Draping skirts. Paris, 1907. BOY-1079 © Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet

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HOUSE OF WORTH. Fitting Room. Paris, 1907. BOY-1081 © Jacques Boyer / Roger-Viollet

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Reception gown, Worth, ca. 1877-78. Cincinnati Art Museum and Cincinnati Art Museum

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DAR Museum 1888 Evening Dress

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Dinner dress, Jean-Philippe Worth, ca. 1897. Striped silk satin and velvet with lace, sequin, and bead trim. Costume Museum of Canada

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Evening dress House of Worth (French, 1858–1956) Designer: Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne 1825–1895 Paris) Date: ca. 1882 Culture: French Medium: silk Front 2

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House of Worth. Garment details: Twisted pleats are applied at the top of the skirt ruffle. The overskirt layer is pulled up to reveal a second layer beneath, creating the illusion of a separate full underskirt.1864-67. MCNY Collections.

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House of Worth. Garment details: A richly embellished sleeve vent is a detail Worth uses frequently. 1864-67. MCNY Collections.

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House of Worth. Garment details: The pleated trims on the evening bodice are particularly creative. Most of the pleats are simple knife pleats with a few stand-up box pleats at the top of the sleeves. 1864-67. MCNY Collections.

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House of Worth, Dress with day and evening bodices. Background: This versatile day-into-evening dress, with its sophisticated color juxtaposition, provides an insight into the subtle considerations that defined Worth’s designs. By providing his client a dress with both a day and evening bodice, he was able to justify his extraordinary pricing by maximizing a garment’s wearability. 1864-67. MCNY Collections.

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Wedding dress of embroidered satin and velvet, by Charles F Worth made in Paris, 1879-1880. Worn by Clara Mathews for her marriage at St George’s Hanover Square in 1880 to Colonel Hugh Stafford.

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1908-10 Dress, Dinner. House of Worth

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1888, French. House of Worth

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Ball gown, Worth, ca. 1905. Stiff, heavy velvets and dense satins had waned in popularity by the time of this design. Isn't it beautiful?

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Worth dress, MFA Boston, 1870

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Evening Dress, Charles Frederick Worth - 1893-5

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House of Worth, Day Dress, 1869-70

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Charles Frederick Worth. Costume owned by the Museum of the City of New York. Dinner dress, circa 1891, of primrose yellow and devonshire cream satin with chiffon ruffles.

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Evening dress, House of Worth, ca. 1910. Silk, cotton, metallic threads, glass.

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