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A Jeanne Hallée (1880-1914) ball or presentation gown, 1903, with woven label as part of the waistband, '3 Rue Ville L'Eveque, Paris', the bodice with deep point to waist, square neckline adorned with reticella style chemical lace, studded with rhinestones and bugle beads, silver lace trim, the trained skirt with elaborate skirt front and zig zag bands of silver lace to the hem,

A Jeanne Hallée (1880-1914) ball or presentation gown, 1903, with woven label as part of the waistband, '3 Rue Ville L'Eveque, Paris', the bodice with deep point to waist, square neckline adorned with reticella style chemical lace, studded with rhinestones and bugle beads, silver lace trim, the trained skirt with elaborate skirt front and zig zag bands of silver lace to the hem,

Bodice. Probably French, 1775–85. Pink silk faille brocaded with white and pink silk thread. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Purchase, Irene Lewisohn Bequest, 1978 (1978.298.1) | Photography © Platon #ChinaLookingGlass #AsianArt100

Bodice. Probably French, 1775–85. Pink silk faille brocaded with white and pink silk thread. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Purchase, Irene Lewisohn Bequest, 1978 (1978.298.1) | Photography © Platon #ChinaLookingGlass #AsianArt100

Detail of the Madeleine Vionnet evening gown.  In 1918 Vionnet hired Marie-Louise Favot. As a dressmaker and trained artist, Favot  designed all of Vionnet's embroidery motifs. Though the motifs were designed in-house, the actual work was contracted out to Michonet, a Parisian embroidery firm founded in 1858. Michonet was later  bought by Albert Lesage.

Detail of the Madeleine Vionnet evening gown. In 1918 Vionnet hired Marie-Louise Favot. As a dressmaker and trained artist, Favot designed all of Vionnet's embroidery motifs. Though the motifs were designed in-house, the actual work was contracted out to Michonet, a Parisian embroidery firm founded in 1858. Michonet was later bought by Albert Lesage.

Evening wrap (image 4) | House of Worth | French | late 19th-early 20th century | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: C.I.45.95.2

Evening wrap (image 4) | House of Worth | French | late 19th-early 20th century | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: C.I.45.95.2

Dress, Evening by JACQUES DOUCET. 1907–8, French. Medium: silk. Length at CB: 157.5 cm. Length at CF: 132.1 cm. Waist: 61 cm. Width at Bottom: 457.2 cm. Other (bust): 81.3 cm.

Dress, Evening by JACQUES DOUCET. 1907–8, French. Medium: silk. Length at CB: 157.5 cm. Length at CF: 132.1 cm. Waist: 61 cm. Width at Bottom: 457.2 cm. Other (bust): 81.3 cm.

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