Absinthe, anyone!? Flapper Dress - 1925 - by Callot Soeurs  (French, active 1895–1937)

Dress Callot Soeurs (French, active Date: 1925 Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: Length: 43 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Isabel Shults, 1944

Callot Soeurs Dress - c. 1922 - by Callot Soeurs, Paris, France - Printed silk voile embroidered with sequins and glass bugle beads, and trimmed with lace   - Victoria and Albert Museum

Evening Dress, Petticoat And Belt Made Of Printed Silk Voile, Embroidered With Sequins And Glass Bugle Beads And Trimmed With Lace, Made By Callot Soeurs c. 1922 - The Victoria & Albert Museum

Afternoon dress by Beer, photo by Talbot, Les Modes April 1912.

Afternoon dress by Beer, photo by Talbot, Les Modes April This design is far in advance of its actual date, as the silhouette resembles 1913 fashions more than those of early

1870 dress by House of Worth MY FAVORITE DESIGNER EVER

Dinner Dress Made Of Wine-Red Silk Satin Cut Velvet With Stripes And Leaf Pattern, Tulle And Silk Satin Bows At Cuffs; Apron-Shaped Overskirt Draped Toward Back And Skirt With Bustle Made By Charles Fredrick Worth - c. 1883 - The Kyoto Costume Institute

Gold Dress, Mariano Fortuny, 1920

Mariano Fortuny: “Delphos” dress ca. 1920 via Whitaker Auctions; the pleated gowns of Fortuny were usually made in bright solid colors. See Fantasy Fashion board.

Fortuny ~ Italian 1920s. @Deidra Brocké Wallace

Mariano Fortuny: “Delphos” dress ca. 1920 via Whitaker Auctions; the pleated gowns of Fortuny were usually made in bright solid colors. See Fantasy Fashion board.

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