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1912

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Evening dress Paul Poiret (French, Paris 1879–1944 Paris) Date: 1912–14 Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 75 in. (190.5 cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Mrs. Andrew J. Love, 1962 Accession Number: 2009.300.2503

Evening dress Designer: Paul Poiret (French, Paris Paris) Date: Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 75 in.

Lucile, 1912

Evening dress

Silk satin evening dress trimmed with chiffon and machine-made lace, Lucile, Museum Number

A dinner dress dating from between 1910 and 1912. I love the fringe on the train.

Dinner dress Date: Culture: American Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 73 in. cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Mrs.

Callot Soeurs, evening dress, 1911-14. Photo: Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Osborn Company 1910 The over-the-top expression of opulence seen in this ball gown worn by a prominent member of the Astor family is a testament to the degree of ostentation required at.

VESTIDO 1866 KCI

"Label: JANE MASON & Co. (Late LUDLAM) 159 & 160 OXFORD STREET Material: Twill wool printed with polychrome cashmere pattern; no waist seam at front; front opening with wrapped buttons;

~Evening Dress  Callot Soeurs, 1915  The Metropolitan Museum of Art~

Evening dress Callot Soeurs (French, active Designer: Madame Marie Gerber (French) Date: fall/winter Culture: French Medium: silk, metal, pearl Dimensions: Length at CB: 76 in.

Jeanne Lanvin  Evening Dress (Left)  1911  Green silk chiffon and tulle lace; floral embroidery; rose flower ornament.  Evening Dress (Right)  1911  Beige silk tulle and pink silk chiffon; floral embroidery of beads and fake pearls; gold cord embroidery on skirt.  These dresses have a high waist silhouette, which is representative of the early 1910s. This silhouette spread among designers, starting from Paul Poiret’s “Lola Montez” dress in 1906. Distinctive, vivid colors on delicate m

Circa 1911 dresses: (left) - Jeanne Lanvin, embroidered silk chiffon and tulle lace with rose ornaments; (right) unknown designer - silk tulle and silk chiffon embroidered with beads, faux pearls, and gold cord embroidery on skirt.

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