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Lina Cavaliere, 1910s - an Italian operatic soprano and celebrated beauty -- beautiful details on the gown.

Detail of Robe à l'Anglaise (back), 1770–75, British, silk, metal (c) Metropolitan Museum of Art

Cotton breeches. Knee fastening detail. 1784-1800 Met Museum

Irish crochet/embroidered tulle tea dress, c. 1912 ~ detail

How to make a dress form out of Duct Tape | Offbeat Bride This is one of the most detailed tutorials I've seen, and it has great pics.

Evening gown c. 1914...can't ya just envision the beautiful edwardian lady dancing away in this?

Robe de Style, Jean Patou for the House of Patou (French, founded 1919): 1927, French, silk. Marking: [label] "Jean Patou, Paris/7 Rue St. Florentin/Cannes, Monte Carlo, Biarritz."

Dress, Jeanne Lanvin (French, 1867–1946) for the House of Lanvin (French, founded 1889): 1937, French, cotton, silk.

Dress (Tea Gown) Jessie Franklin Turner (American, 1881–ca. 1956) Date: 1927 Culture: American Medium: silk, metallic

That is SWANSDOWN manipulated in this manner...this is now the third or fourth garment I've seen done this way