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Victorian Womans dress in two parts (bodice and skirt) French, about 1889 Designed by Emile Pingat, French, active 18601896 For House of Pingat, French Museum of Fine Arts Boston victorian-fashions

Walking dress in two parts (bodice and skirt), Italian manufacture, c. 1897-98, at the Pitti Palace Costume Gallery. Via Europeana Fashion.

Walking dress in two parts (bodice and skirt), Italian manufacture, c. 1897-98, at the Pitti Palace Costume Gallery. Via Europeana Fashion.

Tea Gown Liberty & Co., 1885. The Artistic dress had its roots in mid-Victorian England, where Pre-Raphaelite artists, with their love of things medieval, and disdain of industrialized society, revived a version of the loose fitting, relatively plain gowns of that time. Its successor, Aesthetic dress, drew from the same design, but not philosophical.

Tea Gown Liberty & Co., 1885. The Artistic dress had its roots in mid-Victorian England, where Pre-Raphaelite artists, with their love of things medieval, and disdain of industrialized society, revived a version of the loose fitting, relatively plain gowns of that time. Its successor, Aesthetic dress, drew from the same design, but not philosophical.

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