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This evening dress made in about 1910 was worn by Maud Messel. The dress is in an aesthetic, medieval inspired style and might have been worn as fancy dress.

This evening dress made in about 1910 was worn by Maud Messel. The dress is in an aesthetic, medieval inspired style and might have been worn as fancy dress.

Shot-silk Aesthetic Evening Dress, 1890s, Augusta Auctions, October 2007 Vintage Clothing & Textile Auction, Lot 544

Shot-Silk Aesthetic Evening Dress, Looks like the inspiration for the top half of Princess Diana's wedding gown.

Walking Dress, Neville (Connaught Street, London, England): ca. 1913, silk crepon damask, chiffon, gold braid, gilt tissue, weighted so it would hang correctly. This evening dress was worn by Maud Messel.

~Object Name: Evening Dress Producer: Neville Place Produced: Connaught Street, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe Date Produced: Materials: Silk;

omgthatdress:    Dress  Jean-Philippe Worth, 1910-1914  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Match the dress to the Decade. Great Game to get kids to look at different eras in regards to fashion. Jean-Philippe Worth for the House of Worth, evening dress, via The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Evening Dress | c. 1916

Woman's Evening Dress Cooke Gowns (United States, New York, century) United States, circa 1916 Costumes; principal attire (entire body) Baroque pearl and sequin embroidery on silk chiffon

Evening Dress Date Produced:  1924-c1925 Materials:  Silk; Lace; Muslin. This evening dress was worn by Anne Messel. It is made of gold tissue mounted on dark red silk with a bodice of flesh-toned muslin. It has a separate bodice which sits over the dress. The skirt of the dress is overlaid with gilt lace, reinforced with brown lace and studded with small diamanté studs. Metallic fabrics were highly fashionable during the early 1920s as was the straight cut. Back

Evening Dress Date Produced: 1924-c1925 Materials: Silk; Lace; Muslin. This evening dress was worn by Anne Messel. It is made of gold tissue mounted on dark red silk with a bodice of flesh-toned muslin. It has a separate bodice which sits over the dress. The skirt of the dress is overlaid with gilt lace, reinforced with brown lace and studded with small diamanté studs. Metallic fabrics were highly fashionable during the early 1920s as was the straight cut. Back

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