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1880-83 dress

Dress Date: Culture: American Medium: cotton, silk Dimensions: Length at CF (a): 29 x CB: 24 in. x 61 cm) Length at CF (b): 36 x CB: 39 in. x cm) Width at Bottom (b): 63 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Agnes Kremer, 1938 Accession Number: b

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Dress Date: ca. 1887 Culture: American Medium: wool, silk Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 22 in. cm) Length at Side Seam (b): 43 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Anne L. Maxwell, in memory of her mother, Julia H. Lawrence, 1989 Accession Number: b

Girl's dress, silk brocade and satin trimmed with lace, with shell buttons, c. 1885, English.

Book Outfits ~ Changeless "Something for young Prudence to wear, in between the Parasol Protectorate and the Parasol Protectorate abroad books." 1885 Girl’s Dress The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

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possibly modified in early Silk taffeta in cinnamon brocade figured with ivory floral sprays. Bodice has low curved basque in front and broad pleats in back, is edged in ruffled pleats

Dress, England, ca. 1885. Plain-weave silk with warp-float and supplementary weft patterning, and silk satin. Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Costume research images for In The Next Room at ZACH Theatre Dress, England, ca. Plain-weave silk with warp-float and supplementary weft patterning, and silk satin. Los Angeles County Museum of Art

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1880 silk taffeta and velvet dress, back view. OMG, I can totally see where Walter Plunkett got the inspiration for Scarlett O'Hara's black-and-white striped dress from GWTW!

1885 silk This tea gown, with light corseting and bustle is a more fashionable adaptation of the Aesthetic style. An unusually early, and quite beautiful, it is made in their distinctive light and supple silks.

Tea Gown Liberty of London ca. 1885 This tea gown, with its light corseting and bustle is a more fashionable adaptation of the Aesthetic by jayne

Charles Fredrick Worth, 1889, Charles Frederick Worth (1825 - 1895) was een Engelsman en grondlegger van de Franse haute couture. Hij was de eerste couturier die mannequins in plaats van paspoppen gebruikte voor de presentatie van zijn nieuwste modellen

Afternoon Dress Designed By Charles Frederick Worth (French (Born England), Bourne Paris) For The House Of Worth (French, - The Metropolitan Museum Of Art

Evening dress with 2 bodices Date: 1885–87 Culture: American Medium: silk Accession Number: C.I.37.6.3a–c

Evening dress Date: Culture: American Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 20 in. cm) Length at CF (a): 22 in.

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