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Evening dress of silk chiffon over white satin and sequined black Chantilly lace. Made by dressmaker, Mrs. George F. Hall, Chicago, Illinois, circa 1905. The lace made in Geraardsbergen.      back

Evening dress of silk chiffon over white satin and sequined black Chantilly lace. Made by dressmaker, Mrs. George F. Hall, Chicago, Illinois, circa The lace made in Geraardsbergen.

Jean Eastwood Collins, 1939

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Jacques Doucet was first, and foremost, a connoisseur of art.  Additionally, his passion for the refined and exquisite overflowed into his dealings with fashion, making him one of the finest French couturiers during the Belle Époque

Jacques Doucet was first, and foremost, a connoisseur of art. Additionally, his passion for the refined and exquisite overflowed into his dealings with fashion, making him one of the finest French couturiers during the Belle Époque

Edwardian Clothing at Vintage Textile: #1411 belle Epoque gown

Abbigliamento Edwardian al Vintage Textile: # 1411 abito Belle Epoque

American, Mrs. Osborn Company, 1910. “The over-the-top expression of opulence seen in this ball gown worn by a prominent member of the Astor family is a testament to the degree of oste…

Belle Epoque Beaded Dresses

warpaintpeggy: “ some of my favorite vintage dresses ↳ black ”

Historical Accuracy Reincarnated - spookyloop: warpaintpeggy: some of my favorite.

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