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Henriette Favre   c. 1902  One of the most beautiful gowns in the Met’s collection. It’s like a cascade of jewels.  (Source: metmuseum.org)

Henriette Favre c. 1902 One of the most beautiful gowns in the Met’s collection. It’s like a cascade of jewels. (Source: metmuseum.org)

1900s Evening Dress: Followed the same silhouette as daytime, but made of softer lace or sheer fabric at the neckline with ruffled decorative sleeves covering the upper part of the arms, which featured the skirt gowns full detail that either extended to the floor or tailed along the floor.

1900s Evening Dress: Followed the same silhouette as daytime, but made of softer lace or sheer fabric at the neckline with ruffled decorative sleeves covering the upper part of the arms, which featured the skirt gowns full detail that either extended to the floor or tailed along the floor.

This was worn by the wife of one of the great American bankers of the 19th century, J.P. Morgan, Jr. (1867-1943)

This was worn by the wife of one of the great American bankers of the 19th century, J.P. Morgan, Jr. (1867-1943)

Evening dress Design House: House of Worth  (French, 1858–1956)-Designer: Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne 1825–1895 Paris) Date: 1893–95 Culture: French Medium: silk

Evening dress Design House: House of Worth (French, 1858–1956)-Designer: Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne 1825–1895 Paris) Date: 1893–95 Culture: French Medium: silk

Worth Dress, Evening. 1875 narrow fitted sleeves, open robe and petticoat effect, tied back bow manipulation bustle, ruffle decoration  Bustle period 1870-1878

Worth Dress, Evening. 1875 narrow fitted sleeves, open robe and petticoat effect, tied back bow manipulation bustle, ruffle decoration Bustle period 1870-1878

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