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Preview: 'Death Becomes Her' at The Costume Institute

Now You Know: Charles James's Designs - Austine Hearst, 1953 from #InStyle

Now You Know: Charles James Was a Designing Genius—with an Ego to Match

Austine Hearst in Charles James Clover Leaf Gown, ca. 1953 Courtesy of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Photographer Unknown, © Bettmann/CORBIS

Mila Kunis in Dolce & Gabbana

Mila Kunis styled her lacy Dolce & Gabbana cocktail dress with ruby Sutra earrings and satin Christian Louboutin peep-toes at the Hollywood premiere of Oz the Great and Powerful. Love the dress. Hate the color.

Writers in London in the 1890s: 1890s Women's Fashion

Writers in London in the 1890s: 1890s Women's Fashion

Woman's Court Ensemble: Skirt, Bodice and Headdress  Designed by Norman Hartnell, English, 1901 - 1979

fripperiesandfobs: “ Norman Hartnell court ensemble, 1950 From the Philadelphia Museum of Art ”

Jose De Canha Couture: 5 coisas que você deve saber sobre Charles Frederick Worth

Oak leaf dress by House of Worth, copyright of the Fashion Museum in Bath and the NE Somerset Council. The oak leaf dress was created in 1903

Black court dress of Empress Elisabeth. About 1885 - The crafted silk top is reinforced with whalebone. It is closed at the front by round, pearls, covered with Posamentrie and wooden buttons.

Black court dress, Empress Elisabeth Manufacturer: Fanni Scheiner Owner: Empress Elisabeth daughter of Maximilian of Bavaria Wittelsbach 1837 - 1898 Black court dress of Empress Elisabeth Vienna about 1885