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    PEACOCK DRESS 😎💋😍 Evening dress, French (Weeks), 1910, silk and metal, Art Nouveau with peacocks

  • 'Adrienne Haidar

    Evening dress by Weeks, 1910 Paris, the Met Museum Associated with royalty and symbolizing beauty, immortality and exoticism, the peacock has long been a favorite motif of artists. Particularly during the Art Nouveau movement, designers incorporated the birds into their work, inspired by the creatures’ sinuous bodies and showy feathers. In this gown, by the little-known Parisian house of Weeks, both printed and embroidered peacock motifs enliven the skirt and bodice. The metallic threads o...

  • Anna

    1910 peacock design evening dress

  • Laurie ✂

    Evening dress by Weeks (French), 1910. Silk. Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of Dr. Ruth M. Bakwin, 1961.

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