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Evening gown (hobble skirt), 1915, in the style of Paul Poiret. Blue velvet bodice with black tulle sleeves.

Evening gown (hobble skirt), made for Ellen von Hallwyl at Au Royal Quartier in Paris, probably in in the style of Paul Poiret. Blue velvet bodice with black tulle slembroidered.

Valentino Spring Summer 2013 Ready To Wear Collection - Evening Gown. A great vintage feel.

Valentino Spring Summer 2013

Valentino Spring Summer 2013 Ready To Wear Collection - Evening Gown Beautiful dress, but it's sure to be very very expensive.

A striking black satin and tamboured tulle evening gown, circa 1893-4, labelled W Tebbs & Sons, Brighton

A striking black satin and tamboured tulle evening gown, circa labelled W Tebbs & Sons, Brighton Kerry Taylor Auctions

Evening dress ca. 1910. Cream-colored silk satin and white tulle, embroidered with black pearls. Auctions Eve

Evening dress ca. Cream-colored silk satin and white tulle, embroidered with black pearls. Auctions Eve by Wirth, L

Powder blue silk satin gown, ca. 1912, with blue chiffon overdress, ribbon rosette trim, and trained skirt with velvet hem band. Augusta Auctions

ca 1912 Paul Poiret powder-blue silk satin gown with blue chiffon overdress, ribbon rosette trim, & trained skirt with velvet hem band.

Evening gown, Jeanne Paquin, Paris, Winter 1911. Two pieces, Empire waist. Black silk net over ivory silk satin and black velvet sash and bow. All decorated with white and jet beads, Augusta Auctions

Evening gown, Jeanne Paquin, Paris, Winter Two pieces, Empire waist. Black silk net over ivory silk satin and black velvet sash and bow. All decorated with white and jet beads

Evening dress, 1908 From the Museum of Decorative Arts in Prague

Evening dress 1908 Museum of Decorative Arts, Prague - Photo Kocourek Andrew, Gabriel Urbanek - Art Nouveau

Edwardian gown. I believe it's a Worth gown, however I cannot be positive. The gown's stunning embroidery completes the overall effect of elegance.

Queen Maud Gown--this is one of those timeless dresses that could be worn today and would still be stunning. [Evening dress worn by Queen Maud of Norway,

Worth Empire Evening Gown, Paris, C. 1912, Augusta Auctions, November 14, 2012 NEW YORK CITY, Lot 300

Worth Empire Evening Gown, Paris, C. Pale blue silk charmeuse covered with black silk tulle.

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