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    Evening blouse Designer: Elsa Schiaparelli (Italian, 1890–1973) Date: winter 1938–39 Culture: French Medium: silk, metal Dimensions: Length at CB: 23 in. (58.4 cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Arturo and Paul Peralta-Ramos, 1955

    Renaissance Revival 18kt Gold Gem-set Armlet, c. 1880, bezel-set with sapphire and diamond florets, bezel-set sapphire, emerald, and ruby accents, rose-cut diamond highlights.

    Evening Dress, 1909, Callot Soeurs, Paris. Silk mesh embellished with celluloid sequins and paste gems, via Gregg Museum of Art & Design.

    SILVER SATIN EVENING GOWN, 1930s Pale lavender/silver silk charmeuse, bias-cut, sleeveless, cowl neckline, open back, jeweled Deco elements on shoulder straps & at CB, floating trained back panel, labeled "NRA Code, Made Under Dress Code Authority PHB038577"

    Gold lamé orientalist dress & coat ensemble, O'Neill's, Baltimore, ca. 1920s. Gold lamé dress in floral pattern with deep V neckline in back. Lamé flounces from hip to hemline and wide band of black velvet at bottom. Slips on over the head, with snaps on left side. Matching evening coat is black silk velvet with dramatic cape sleeves trimmed with the gold lamé. Katy Kane Vintage

    Madame Grès 1939

    La Belle Robe Blanche Dîner Avec La Bête - la-belle-et-la-bete-2014 Photo

    Mak Tumang Mak Tumang | Websta (Webstagram)

    Miss Isabel Jay as ‘Princess Marie’ - 1909 - The King of Cadonia - Ermine trim Gown - Prince of Wales’ Theatre

    Evening dress, by Balenciaga. Silk taffeta. France, 1955.

    Paris promenade, 1911

    Evening gown called "Josephine" by Paul Poiret. Ivory satin with a tunic overlay of black tulle. The rose pinned on the bodice became a symbol of Maison Poiret.

    Charles James evening dress ca. 1939 via The Brighton & Hove Museum

    Dress, cotton and silk, 1885, American.

    Dress Date: ca. 1870–1880

    Evening gown, early 20th century. Pink chiffon and ivory tulle embroidered with sequins, beads, & rhinestones on a background of ivory silk satin. Musée Galliera at an exhibit at the Carnavalet Museum. Photos by Stéphane Piera/ Roger-Viollet via La Vie de Lilie blog; mote-historie.tum...; Lady Marlo Leon blog

    Afternoon dress, GE Spitzer, Vienna, ca. 1900-1914. Light blue, one piece, silk, lace, chiffon, tulle, and net with appliqués. Cream silk and blue chiffon underskirt. Closes in back with snaps and hooks. Antique-Gown

    Dress Date: ca. 1912 Media: Silk Net With Metallic Embroidery And Beads Accession Number: X1989.1147 Low necked bodice, elbow length fringed sleeves and open front skirt all of gold beaded tulle. The embroidery placement is a la Matilde, as dresses of the early 19th century. (slip missing)

    18th century fashion | Evening dress by R.H. White & Company (1885) made of silk and feathers

    Silk, metal dress, 1910 - MMA

    Head dress worn by French stage and early film actress Sarah Bernhardt (1844-1923). She made her fame on the stages of France in the 1870s, at the beginning of the Belle Epoque period, and was soon in demand in Europe and the Americas. She developed a reputation as a serious dramatic actress, earning the nickname "The Divine Sarah."

    6 antique-gown

    Dress, Pingat, ca. 1894. Ivory satin, two pieces. Fitted bodice, pointed front & back with machine lace flounce. Medium round neckline edged with pleated silk chiffon and covered with 3 satin chevrons. Artificial pink roses on sleeves & left shoulder. Closes in front with hooks & eyes. Skirt flat in front, gathered behind; trimmed around bottom with deep machine lace flounce. Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

    Blue Lace in an Art Deco Aquamarine Ring - The Three Graces