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  • Karen Gallegos

    Evening Dress Attributed To Jean-Philippe Worth And Jean-Charles Worth For The House Of Worth - French c.1910 - The Metropolitan Museum Of Art

  • Bella Bree

    A gorgeous Edwardian fashion (French, c 1910)

  • Angela Thornhill

    Light blue silk and tan silk chiffon evening gown trimmed in metal beading by House of Worth, circa 1910. Metropolitan Museum of Art.

  • Karen Grieve Tomblin

    1910s Ice Blue Evening dress by House of Worth,

  • jordan treadaway

    okay, vintage fashion blogs have taken over my life. they just don't make them like they used to.

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