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Ensemble Date: 1850–99 Culture: Russian Medium: cotton

Ensemble (olive angora dress, with apricot silk sash, worn over olive angora pants), by Madame Grès (Alix Barton), French, ca. 1975.

Evening Ensemble - c. 1943 - by Norman Hartnell (British, 1901-1979) - Silk

Mme. Jeanne Paquin (French, 1869–1936). House of Paquin (French, 1891–1956). Wedding ensemble, 1910. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Mrs. Robert G. Olmsted and Constable MacCracken, 1969 (2009.300.477a–d)

1830s Ensemble I normally don't like the transition style of Regency to Victorian, but this dress is lovely.

Ensemble | Great Britain, circa 1852 | Materials: silk, cotton | The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Ensemble Date: ca. 1900 Culture: Philippine Medium: piña cloth, silk, cotton

Silk ensemble with evening bodice (back), by Dupret, French, ca. 1867.

Silk ensemble with day bodice (front), by Dupret, French, ca. 1867.

Silk Ensemble S. Gluck. Date: 1900–1905. Culture: American. This stylish three-piece ensemble was produced in Brooklyn. It is fairly unusual to have all three pieces of an ensemble from this period intact. The subtle difference in color between the pongee and lilac embroidery brings out the tonality in an effective way; the light and shadow between materials gives it a lively appearance. This ensemble would have been worn for daytime promenading activities such attending the races or walking on the boardwalk.

Ensemble Redfern (1847–1940) Date: 1887–89 Culture: French Medium: wool, silk, cotton, metallic thread Accession Number: 49.3.32a–e

1887-1891 beaded silk dress, American. Label: "Duval and Egan, 16 West 23rd St. New York." Via MMA.