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Back view of the 1901 dinner dress showing the elaborate train.

Evening Dress: 1901, silk velvet. Worn by Countess Courten.

1901 November, Les Modes Paris - Mme Rosa Bruck from the Théâtre du Vaudeville wearing a dress by Doucet

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Moroccan Freekeh Pilaf

Gorgeous cream dress from 1907 via the Museo del Traje. #vintage #Edwardian #fashion

Dinner Dress Made By The House Of Drécoll - Austrian c. 1912 - The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Dinner Dress (Reception Dress) Made Of Silk Tulle, Chiffon, Taffeta And Velvet, Designed By Gustave Beer (Born Germany, Active 1905-1929) - Made In Paris, France c. 1902-1907 - Philadelphia Museum Of Art

Gray sateen two-piece wedding dress, 1901. Bodice made to resemble blouse bolero jacket. White “blouse” covered with machine lace trimmed with black velvet ribbon. High boned neck. Sewn into gray bolero with long set-in sleeves which are trimmed with machine-made, applied white cutwork embroidery. Skirt is flared with black velvet waistband trimmed at hem with tucks white braid. Photo shows bride wearing dress 26 years later. Walsall Museums via Black Country History