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The soldier and the nurse from the D-Day kiss picture in Times Square

The soldier and the nurse from the D-Day kiss picture in Times Square

Russian Court dress by Nadezhda Lamanova's Workshop. Late19th - early 20th century. #history #Russian #court #dress

Russian Court dress by Nadezhda Lamanova's Workshop. Late19th - early 20th century. #history #Russian #court #dress

Civil War Era 1860's Green printed Silk Maternity Dress

Civil War Era 1860's Green printed Silk Maternity Dress

Civil War Era Green printed Silk Maternity Dress - not that i will be requiring a maternity dress for Aetherfield mind you!

Carven Ivory Tulle Ball Gown   Robe d'un Soire, French, 1947   The strapless sweetheart boned bodice of ivory faille fitted to asymmetrical hip line, embroidered with stumpwork tendrils, faux pearls and brilliants, the extravagantly gathered skirt of multilayered ivory tulle slit at left side to hip, faille underskirt, cut hem, size 4, labeled: Carven/4 et 6 Rond Point des Champs Elysees.

Carven Ivory Tulle Ball Gown Robe d'un Soire, French, 1947 The strapless sweetheart boned bodice of ivory faille fitted to asymmetrical hip line, embroidered with stumpwork tendrils, faux pearls and brilliants, the extravagantly gathered skirt of multilayered ivory tulle slit at left side to hip, faille underskirt, cut hem, size 4, labeled: Carven/4 et 6 Rond Point des Champs Elysees.

Mary (Leiter) Curzon (American, 1870-1906) Lady Curzon, Vicereine of India ~ In 1902 Lord Curzon organized the Delhi Durbar to celebrate the coronation of King Edward VII, “the grandest pageant in history”, which created a tremendous sensation. At the state ball Mary wore an extravagant coronation gown, by the House of Worth of Paris, known as the Peacock Dress, stitched of gold cloth, embroidered with peacock feathers with a blue/green beetle wing in each eye and weighing over 10 pounds.

Mary (Leiter) Curzon (American, 1870-1906) Lady Curzon, Vicereine of India ~ In 1902 Lord Curzon organized the Delhi Durbar to celebrate the coronation of King Edward VII, “the grandest pageant in history”, which created a tremendous sensation. At the state ball Mary wore an extravagant coronation gown, by the House of Worth of Paris, known as the Peacock Dress, stitched of gold cloth, embroidered with peacock feathers with a blue/green beetle wing in each eye and weighing over 10 pounds.

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