Charles James, 1947 -- another angle
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“Bustle” by Charles James, 1947 US, the Met Museum.... GORGEOUS.... I want this, I want to lose this 100lbs and I want to wear this NOW!!!
Evening gown "Bustle" by Charles James, 1947. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.
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“Bustle” by Charles James, 1947 US, the Met Museum
Charles James 1947. I absolutely love the colors :)
“Bustle” by Charles James, 1947 US, the Met Museum
“Bustle” Evening Dress, Charles James, 1947
Most people think late 19th century when you say bustle, but the fashion of fullness around the rear was popular in the late 18th century as well. When World War II ended and the restrictions on fabrics began to lift, the possibility of adding surplus fabric to fashion designs came back. Culminating in 1947 an emphasis on the back, sometimes just draped fabric, sometimes even a small bustle under the skirt, was part of the fashion silhouette. It’s often labeled under The New Look, but it seems to have been at its most popular just before The New look hit the world, even if it remained popular during it as well. I rarely, if ever, see it around vintage blogs; it is a fashion that seems to have drowned among the pencil skirts and wide skirts of The New Look. Not quite a bustle, but the drapery put attention of the behind, The Chase, 1946. Source: ocdviewer.com via Elisa on Pinterest I think it’s a rather flattering look. Day dress in cotton by Hardy Amies, 1947. Source: collections.vam.ac.uk via Elisa on Pinterest Another 1947 day dress. Striped silk dress by Victor Steibel, 1947. Source: collections.vam.ac.uk via Elisa on Pinterest The same dress- I love when you get a glimpse on how it looked when worn! Source: sheepandchick.blogspot.se via Elisa on Pinterest Evening gown by Charles James, 1947. Source: oldrags.tumblr.com via Elisa on Pinterest A Janzen bathing suit, 1947. Source: radhakrishnabandal.com via Elisa on Pinterest Sandra Mornay in a day dress with a draped bustle effect in Abbott and Costello meets Frankenstein, 1947. Source: 1.bp.blogspot.com via Elisa on Pinterest Black rayon crepe dress, late 1940's. Source: vivavintageclothing.com via Elisa on Pinterest Evening gown by Fath, 1948. Source: collections.vam.ac.uk via Elisa on Pinterest Day dress, 1948 Source: collections.vam.ac.uk via Elisa on Pinterest Dior, 1949. Source: coutureallure.blogspot.com via Elisa on Pinterest You can find a pattern for a skirt with a bustle effect at Eva Dress And a suit from 1950 at Vogue
'Bustle', designed by Charles James, 1947
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"Bustle" Charles James (American, born Great Britain, 1906–1978) Date: 1947 Culture: American Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 53 in. (134.6 cm) - See more at: http://www.metmuseum.org/collections/search-the-collections/80097172?pos=88=40=3=20130228=*=8=Charles+James#sthash.Oo1YUqKp.dpuf
Bustle" - Medium: Silk Charles James (American, born Great Britain, 1906–1978) Date: 1947
A Charles James gown which belonged to Millicent Rogers and displayed at the Met Museum
"Bustle" Charles James (Not sure which view I like better, the front or back?)
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art - "Bustle" Charles James, 1947.
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Charles James “Swan” ball gown ca. 1954. This is beautiful
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ptp-rlc: Evening gown designed by Charles James circa 1955. Museum at FIT. Accession Number: 91.241.136
This is an evening dress from 1954 designed by Charles James. James was known for designing lavish ball gowns such as the one shown. He is also considered one of the most original American designers especially his structured shapes.
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1954 Leah McCartney photographed by Athol Shmith. National Gallery of Victoria.
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A Glindafied wedding dress complete with something blue. Love! This Christian #Dior Haute Couture #wedding gown from 1949 was a big influence on the fashion house’s 2010 bridal line.
"Junon" dress, fall/winter 1949–50 Christian Dior (French, 1905–1957); Christian Dior Haute Couture (French, founded 1947) Pale-blue silk net embroidered with iridescent blue, green, and rust sequins #Vintage #Dress Vintage Dress Vintage Dress
If I could pick a perfect wedding dress for myself, this would be it - Christian Dior Haute Couture "Junon" dress Fall/Winter 1949-1950
Vintage Dior Dress This stunning robe was designed by Christian Dior himself, in 1949. There a two variants of this 'Junon' dress: one with metallic blue sequins, which has a mermaid feel to it, and one in classic black and white.
I want a wedding dress like this. For sure. "Junon" dress, fall/winter 1949–50 Christian Dior (French, 1905–1957); Christian Dior Haute Couture (French, founded 1
Perhaps the most beautiful dress ever made....Christian Dior Haute Couture, Fall/Winter 1949/1950
Vintage Dior Dress This stunning robe was designed by Christian Dior himself, in 1949. ♥
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Christian Dior Haute Couture 1949 vs 2010HERITAGEMANIA continues...Here's a photo of the "Junon" ball gown from Christian Dior in 1949... ...
Charles James “Butterfly” dress, circa 1954
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WOW...but how on earth do you sit down in this?! 1954 Charles James Butterfly Dress
1954 Charles James Butterfly Dress....a real stunna' !
another view of Charles James' "Butterfly" gown, 1954
Charles James, "Butterfly" gown, 1954 - perfection!
Charles James, 1954/ beautiful vintage gown!!
Charles James "Butterfly" gown
From local ready-to-wear designer to a couture legend, I'm enjoying mixing it up a bit with my designer profiles. Charles James is oft referred to as the father of America couture and none other than Christobal Balenciaga himself called him "the world's best and only dressmaker who has raised [dressmaking] from an applied art to a pure art form." James - born in England and settling in the US in the 1920s - began as a milliner in Chicago before making the move into dressmaking. Sadly, James had a rather tragic life. His creations where more like architectural wonders, containing considered design and construction. Rather than working to the body, he worked to his vision, playing around with fabric to fashion a unique garment that could stand alone (and I mean this quite literally ... many of his dresses could stand up without a body in them!). He was known for taking his time and I read a quote that he could spend two months working on one sleeve! Unfortunately his lack of business acumen and his flawed relationships meant he was never financially successful . In the mid 1940s he was designer for the couture collection at Elizabeth Arden but was fired after only one year. Following that he established his own couture label ... with a limited range of garments ... which continued until his retirement in 1958. He had a select and loyal clientele, that included Mrs William Randolph Hearst (above) - who would wait months for one of his startlingly original designs. He also encouraged his clients to donate their pieces to museums once worn, so he was obviously aware of his genius, even if he wasn't able to channel that into a successful business a la Christian Dior. I hope you enjoy these gorgeous images. The final ballgown demonstrates James' prodigious use of colour and pattern and has to be one of the most flawless gowns I've ever clapped eyes on. No wonder fellow designers gush so and still namedrop him as valuable inspiration. Thanks to the Fashion Institute of Technology Museum and Kent State University Museum for a number of the pics.
~Evening dress Charles James (American, born Great Britain, 1906–1978) Date: 1930s Culture: American Medium: synthetic~
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evening dress Charles James, 1930s The Metropolitan Museum of Art. (Take the ruffles off the front, and I love it!)
Evening dress Charles James (American, born Great Britain, 1906–1978) Date: 1930s Culture: American Credit Line: Purchase, Costume Institute Benefit Fund, Friends of The Costume Institute Gifts, and Acquisitions Fund, 2013 Accession Number: 2013.419a, b
Evening dress Evening dress Charles James (American, born Great Britain, 1906–1978) Date: 1930s Culture: American. Sideway front
Evening dress, Charles James, 1930s, synthetic. The Metropolitan Museum of Art (2013.419a, b)
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1955 Charles James silk evening dress- Charles James considered himself a sculptor, engineer, and architect, and combined all these talents into very complex designs. His gowns often had separate under structures of boning, multiple layers, and calculated drapes and pleats. Some of his most known gowns include the four leaf clover ball gown and 'tree' evening dress.
Evening dress Charles James (American, born Great Britain, 1906–1978) Date: ca. 1955 Culture: American Medium: silk<---- can I have this? Please?
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Evening dress Charles James Date: ca. 1955 Culture: American Medium: silk Accession Number: 2013.322
Evening dress Charles James (American, born Great Britain, 1906–1978) Date: ca. 1955 Culture: American Medium: silk....... Why do people not dress like this anymore?!
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1958 Irene Lentz-Gibbons dress.
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Evening Dress ~ 1958 ~ Silk brocade and chiffon ~ Irene Lentz-Gibbons (American, 1900-1962) ~ Irene Maud Lentz, also known professionally as Irene, was an American fashion designer and costume designer. Her work as a clothing designer in Los Angeles led to her career as a costume designer for films in the 1930s.
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1958 Irene, American, 1907-1962 Evening Dress, 1958 Purchased at Goldwater’s, Phoenix Metallic and silk brocade, silk chiffon Gift of Mrs. Barney Leonard 1968.c.751 Irene (born Irene Lentz) took Gilbert Adrian’s place after he resigned as Executive Designer for MGM Studios in 1942.
Irene, American, 1907-1962 Evening Dress, 1958 Purchased at Goldwater’s, Phoenix Metallic and silk brocade, silk chiffon Gift of Mrs. Barney Leonard 1968.c.751 Irene (born Irene Lentz) took Gilbert Adrian’s place after he resigned as Executive Designer for MGM Studios in 1942. Although she continued there until 1949, she also opened her own wholesale fashion design company in 1947, called Irene, Inc. www.arizonacostum...
Silk brocade and chiffon dress, 1958. by Irene Lentz-Gibbons (1900-1962) American
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Evening dress, Charles James, 1947, silk. Length: 61 in. (154.9 in.). Gift of Mrs. William Woodard Jr., 1964. -The Metropolitan Museum of Art C.164.74.1
Evening dress Charles James Date: 1947 Culture: American Medium: silk Accession Number: C.I.64.74.1
Evening dress Charles James (American, born Great Britain, 1906–1978) Date: 1947 Culture: American Medium: silk. Front
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Evening dress; Sophie Gimbel (American); 1955; American; silk, rhinestones; Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Sophie Gimbel, 1955
Evening dress Sophie Gimbel (American) Date: 1955 Culture: American Medium: silk, rhinestones Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 60 in. (152.4 cm) (c): 63 in. (160 cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Sophie Gimbel, 1955 Accession Number: 2009.300.2430a–c
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fashioninhistory: Evening Dress Sophie Gimbel 1955 Sophie Gimbel was the wife of Adam Gimbel, President of Saks Fifth Avenue beginning in 1926. Sophie was the in-house designer by 1931, working in the exclusive Salon Moderne. Extremely talented, she tripled the sales of her department, selling French couture as well as her own collection, which was shown three times a year. She was known for her subdued yet striking color palette and her use of wonderful materials. She regularly offered a num
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John Galliano for Christian Dior, "Maria-Luisa (dite Coré)“ ball gown, Haute Couture, Spring Summer Collection, 1998.Tribute to Marchesa Luisa CasatiThe Metropolitan Museum of Art
John Galliano for Christian Dior Spring Summer 1998 Haute Couture Maria-Luisa (dite Coré). The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
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by John Galliano for Dior (1998 ) Not exactly a historical gown, but it's as epic ... and might be categorized as a historical gown someday~
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I do whinge about my job a bit, but sometimes working in a bookshop is great. Especially when you get free books. Luckily everybody at work knows I'm obsessed with fashion history, so when we got a free copy of this book, they gave it to me! It's a collection of one hundred beautifully photographed dresses from the Metropolitan Museum of Art's Costume Institute, ranging from a late 17th century mantua, to a dress from Dior's 2005-2006 collection by John Galliano. Each dress has a full page, often with a small shot of some of the details of the dress, along with information about it. I've found some photos on the Met's website of dresses that are in the book, and these are some of my favourites. This evening dress from around 1884 is just the most gorgeous colour! I'm also fascinated by the size of the bustle, which would have made sitting down rather difficult. This evening gown, by Callot Soeurs, dates to around 1910-1014. It's made of a net overdress embroidered with sequins, worn over a silk and lace underdress. So elegant. Just 18 years later, and the silhouette has changed dramatically. This evening dress from 1928 by Louiseboulanger has a skirt made of individual ostrich plumes knotted together to form longer strands. Imagine how lovely it would feel on your thighs as you danced! This is the wedding ensemble worn by Wallace Simpson when she married the Duke of Windsor, who had formerly been King Edward VIII of England, but had abdicated to marry her. The floor length dress and matching jacket were specially created by designer Mainbocher for the wedding. Originally the outfit was pale blue, but a defect in the stability of the dye caused it to fade to cream over time. I adore this Dior ball gown, titles "May" from 1953. It is silk, embroidered all over with wild clover and flowering grasses. Here's a closeup of the embroidery. How stunning! I really like the way the clover flowers stick out from the fabric, it's almost 3D. I'm impressed by the sheer size of this John Galliano for House of Dior ballgown, made for spring/summer 1998. Imagine sweeping into a room, or better, down a marble staircase, in this dress! A shot from the front. The whole thing is made out of silk taffeta, imagine gathering all those ruffles. There are lots of dresses in the book that aren't on the Met website, including a delicious Worth gown, and some more Dior, so if you want to drool over some lovely gowns, check it out.
Dress, Evening Madeleine Vionnet (French, Chilleurs-aux-Bois 1876–1975 Paris) Date: fall/winter 1938–39 Culture: French Medium: silk, spangles
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Red Silk Evening Dress, House of Worth, French, 1898-1900, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
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Evening Dress (image 1) | House of Worth | French | 1898-1900 | silk | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: C.I.40.1.1a, b
Worth evening dress ca. 1898-1900 From the Metropolitan Museum of Art. I need to be wearing this right now.
Worth evening dress ca. 1898-1900 From the Metropolitan Museum of Art Reminds me of Downton, though it's over10 years too early! #reddress #victorian #19thcentury #downtonabbey #eveninggown
Silk evening dress, House of Worth (French, 1858–1956), 1898–1900. The Metropolitan Museum of Art
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Evening gown, Worth (Paris), 1898-1900. Photo: Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Okay, after all the excessive flounce and furbelow of the last couple of days, this dress is probably going to s…
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Evening dress, Charles James, 1955. Brittany would so own this dress! She'd have everyone swooning :-). Swooning. Talk about classy!
Evening dress, Charles James, 1955. Do we love Charles James. What a show at the met.
Evening dress, Charles James, 1955. Beautiful. Don't like the bow though.
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Evening dress Traina-Norell ca. 1955 Metropolitan Museum of Art
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