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Reception Gown, House of Worth. Brocaded silk satin with silk velvet gigot sleeves. Ca. 1895.

Reception Gown, House of Worth. Brocaded silk satin with silk velvet gigot sleeves.

A draped velvet coat by Paul Poiret

France - Coat by Jean-Philippe Worth - Dark red velvet; beige silk satin lining; looped "kumihimo" (Japanese cord)-like decoration; tassel with beading

Dress Charles Fredrick Worth, 1886 The Museum of the City of New York

Ball Gown, House of Worth Ice blue satin; ice blue silk plush Label: Worth / Paris (woven in block letters on petersham)

Coat, Jean-Philippe Worth, ca. 1910. Dark red velvet, beige silk satin lining, kimono neckline, looped "kumihimo" (Japanese cord)-like decoration, tassel with beading. The pulled-back collar, kimono-style overlap, and loose drapes for the lower back resembling a kimono are effectively expressed by Western-style three-dimensional cutting. This was a time when Japanese-style clothing was popular. Kyoto Costume Institute.

Dark Red Velvet Satin Coat -- Circa 1910 -- Jean-Philippe Worth -- Via Kyoto Costume Institute

Worth - evening gown | Drexel University | 1890s

House of Worth, Black velvet iris-pattern on cream underskirts. Bertha collar, bodice and skirt insets of silk net/tulle decorated w/spangles/sequins & cut steel beads in heavy fan-shaped patterns at edges.

Dress, 1890s. Two-piece gray silk faille. Boned bodice covered in pleated black chiffon with sequins and crystal beads. Back chiffon insert with cream tape lace. Sleeves puffed front and back, ruffled collar with back bow, ruffled cuff. Skirt lined in polished cotton with velvet hem band. Whitaker Auctions.

Visiting Dress, circa Two-piece gray silk faille. Boned bodice covered in pleated black chiffon with sequins and crystal beads. Sleeves puffed front and back, ruffled collar. Skirt lined in polished cotton with velvet hem band.

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Evening dress, Worth, Scarlet silk damask in chrysanthemum pattern; The innovative use of modular components is particularly apparent here. Worth's popular contoured bodice i

Cape, Opera.  House of Worth (French, 1858–1956).  Date: ca. 1899. Culture: French. Medium: silk.

Opera cape (side view) House of Worth (French, Date: ca. 1899 Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Susan Dwight Bliss, 1935 Accession Number:

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