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charles james -  My most important bigger clothes, ball dresses and such, were made in the Japanese workroom; the Japanese having a special quality of precision

Charles James, Clover Evening Dress, Museum at F.T Museum Purchase. via lacasapark

A ball gown from 1949-1950 designed by Charles James, part of a new exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum’s Costume Institute. “Charles Jame...

Technology Brings the Designs of Charles James to Life

A Grand Look Inside the Costume Institute's Charles James Exhibit

A Grand Look Inside the Costume Institute's Charles James Exhibit

CHARLES JAMES GOWNS These silk gowns are among several of Rogers’s haute-couture ensembles that will be displayed in “Charles James: Beyond Fashion” from May 8 through August 10 at the Anna Wintour Costume Center of the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Silk cocktail dress, Charles James, 1952, American

bridesmaid dress inspiration (except it would totally upstage the bride): Cocktail Dress Charles James (American, born Great Britain, Date: 1952 Culture: American Medium: silk

Fashion Designer Charles James, with Ricki VanDusen, by Cecil Beaton, 1948

steroge: Designer Charles James pinning a suit on a model, 1948 Photo by Cecil Beaton DANDYISM…………Plate

<p>Alternating sections of supple gleaming charmeuse, crisp shimmering taffeta, and stiff matte faille determine the shape, movement, and visual appeal of this ball gown. Elaborating on the concept of his early garments constructed from antique silk ribbons, James used lengths of fabric to construct the skirt of this dress

Charles James produced some of the most memorable garments ever made. He began his design career in the It peaked between the late and mid- when his scarce and highly original gowns were sought after by society's most prominent women