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Chéruit (Madame Wormser) label, from 1910s silk tunic

Wedding Dress, Madeleine Chéruit (French, 1906–1935) for Raudnitz and Co. - Huet and Chéruit (French): 1900, French. Marking: [label] "Huet and Cheruit Srs."

Chéruit (Mrs Wormser) 1926 Evening Gown, Fashion Illustration by Dartey

Belle époque -summer dress by Chéruit

Women of Barrayar wear suits with a short jacket or bolero often embroidered in floral designs representing their native District. The lapels of this jacket worn by Vicereine and Countess Cordelia Vorkosigan are self embroidered with maple leaves. Nowadays, Komarran trousers are beginning to be worn, replacing the skirt and skirt lengths are shorter. This suit is part of the Vorkosigan Family Exhibition at the Vorkosigan District Museum of Art in Hassadar (1905 suit Chéruit MMoA)

  • Sandy Ryan

    Perfect - exactly as I imagined for Cordelia. This entire project is brilliant - thank you for sharing it!

Suit, Madeleine Chéruit (French, 1906–1935) for Raudnitz and Co. - Huet and Chéruit (French): ca. 1905, French, wool, silk, cotton, linen. Marking: [label] (in back of jacket lining) "Huet & Cheruit, Mon. Raudnitz & Co., 21 Place Vendome, Paris"

vintage clothing labels

Evening wrap, 1919-19, Chéruit, Metropolitan Museum (C.I.51.97.5), Label: "Cheruit, Mon. Raudnitz & co., 21 Place Vendome, Paris"

Dress (Tea Gown) Madeleine Chéruit (French, 1906–1935) Date: 1922 Culture: French Medium: silk

Chéruit (Madame Wormser) 1923 Evening Gown, Fashion Illustration, Marcel Fromenti, Illustrator

Vintage label - Pedrito - beret impermeable (waterproof beret)