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Ensemble, Norman Norell (American, Noblesville, Indiana 1900–1972 New York) manufactured by Traina-Norell (American, founded 1941): 1950, American, wool, cotton.

"It Is My Own Invention" Elizabeth Hawes  (American, 1903–1971) Date: fall/winter 1937 Culture: American Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 67 in. (170.2 cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of the estate of Elinor S. Gimbel, 1984

Pink two-piece wool suit trimmed with pink ribbon and lace. American, 1906. #vintage #1900s #Edwardian #fashion

Ensemble, James McCreery & Co., New York, ca. 1907. Wool, silk, cotton. Metropolitan Museum of Art: "This detailed American day ensemble is a finely detailed example of the period. According to the donor, Mrs. Philip J. Roosevelt, it was worn by her sister Gladys Roosevelt." The donor was a cousin to Theodore Roosevelt."

Dress, Callot Soeurs, 1910-1915. Linen lace and silk satin with silk-knotted fringe, tunic center back. Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Date Made: 1910-1912 Description: Dress; burgundy and black wool twill with black silk trim and ivory net collar and inset. High stand Victorian style collar and inset of ivory net.

Ensemble, Evening Date: 1890–95 Culture: American Medium: silk The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Accession Number: 2009.300.1113a–c


*an edwardian lady - 1902 walking dress pt. #1- the inspiration

Frances & Co. Wool/ Silk Suit 1902

Pink wool suit, 1906, made by dressmaker Julia Tomasek, St. Paul, Minnesota. Via Minnesota Historical Society Collections.