Tea Gown Jean-Philippe Worth, 1908 The Museum of the City of New York
Dress, Evening House of Givenchy (French, founded 1952) Designer: Attributed to Hubert de Givenchy (French, born Beauvais, 1927) Date: 1964–65 Culture: French Medium: silk
1967 to 68 Givenchy Evening dress Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY. See more vintage dresses at www.vintagefashionandart.com/dresses
Evening coat Date: 1930–31 Culture: French Medium: silk, metallic thread
1913-1914 French silk evening wrap.
House of Balmain | Evening dress | French | spring/summer 1946
Evening Dress 1901, French, Made of silk
Evening Dress 1925, French, Made of silk
House of Dior evening dress 1947
Place of origin: Paris, France (made) Date: 1951 (made) Artist/Maker: Dessès, Jean, born 1904 - died 1970 (designer) Materials and Techniques: Silk, silk organza and velvet ribbon, pleated Credit Line: Worn and given by HRH Princess Margaret
1950s coat with a fabulous pleated lining
Margaret Layton and her embroidered jacket 1600 @ Victoria and Albert Museum - British Galleries
This magnificent embroidered jacket belonged to Marquis François de Beauharnais (1756-1846), older brother of Alexandre de Beauharnais, Josephine’s first husband.
Jean Patou, haute couture, circa 1935-1938. Long dress in black crepe, yellow, the latter effect to surround the body ending at the hips by holding the two nodes segments; square neckline and wide straps on backless flowing skirt.
Dress Jean-Marie Armand, 1968
Audrey Hepburn in a Givenchy wedding dress, 1956.
“Petal” Ballgown Black velvet and silk satin, 1951 Ballgown Black silk chiffon, silk satin, netting, and boning, 1954–55. Charles James
Vintage 1950s Dress / Gigi Young / Medium
"Chambord" House of Dior (French, founded 1947) Designer: Christian Dior (French, Granville