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Jessie Franklin Turner's evening wear was celebrated for its glamorous and seductive qualities in fashion magazines such as Vogue and Harper's Bazaar. This ensemble portrays that reputation, with the beautifully constructed dress and wrap 1930s

Evening Dress Jessie Franklin Turner, 1930 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Dress    1931    The Goldstein Museum of Design

Dress 1930 The Goldstein Museum of Design

Evening dress of pink rayon satin crepe, c 1930.

Evening dress, pink rayon satin crepe, c 1930 - Powerhouse Museum Collection

Evening Dress 1932 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Evening Dress, circa After the Stock Market Crash of the era of the flapper was put to rest, the hemlines dropped and the waistline rose. More bias-cut dresses, low backs, and deep V-necks at front.

Jesse Franklin Turner Dress - c. 1933 - @~ Mlle

Evening Dress Jessie Franklin Turner 1933 Lamé, a fabric which incorporates metallic threads and is known for its festive brightness, was often used in evening wear of the and The.

Tea Gown: ca. 1910, silk charmeuse, silk chiffon.

Luminous 1910 Edwardian Tea Gown - Silk Charmeuse / Chiffon from Maire McLeod Exclusively on Ruby Lane

Evening Dress, Madeleine Vionnet, 1935

* Cream tulle ball gown Organza, tulle and silk velvet - 1935 - Madeleine Vionnet

"Mercury"  Elizabeth Hawes  (American, 1903–1971)  Date: fall/winter 1933 Culture: American Medium: silk, metal Dimensions: Length at CB: 59 in. (149.9 cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Mrs. Hollis K. Thayer, 1958 Accession Number: 2009.300.827

"Mercury" Designer: Elizabeth Hawes (American, Ridgewood, New Jersey New York) Date: fall/winter 1933 Culture: American Medium: silk, metal

Dress  Jessie Franklin Turner  (American, 1881–ca. 1956)  Date: ca. 1937 Culture: American Medium: wool, wood

1937 - American - wool, wood by Jessie Franklin Turner (American) Few daywear pieces survive from the innovative designer Jessie Franklin Turner - this is a rare example. Metropolitan Museum of Art

Mainbocher Evening dress 1933. Sheer navy blue print crepe dress with white stylized flowers in an all-over pattern. Square neckline with 2.5 inch wide shoulder straps.Self-fabric bows at left neckline and left hip. Deep V-neck in back.

Evening dress, Mainbocher, The Henry Ford Costume Collection.

Dress 1934 The Meadow Brook Hall Historic Costume Collection

Dress 1934 The Meadow Brook Hall Historic Costume Collection (OMG that dress!)

Evening Dress 1934 The Meadow Brook Hall Historic Costume Collection

TRAINED BEADED and SEQUINNED GOWN, c. 1930. Black net tabard style with open side to the waist and on left side of skirt, having a sunburst of large and small black sequins and bugle beads radiating from the left hip with a raised center, angled train, floral lace hem band with seed beads.

LOT 714 - whitakerauction

TRAINED BEADED and SEQUINNED GOWN, Black net tabard style with open side to the waist (nice) and on left side of skirt, having a sunburst of large and small black sequins and bugle beads.

Evening dress ca. 1930

~Evening dress Late From Vintage Textile~

Evening Dress    1932-1934    The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Evening dress Date: Culture: American Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 73 in. cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Mrs.

Evening ensemble Designer: Jessie Franklin Turner Date: ca. 1930 Culture: American Medium: silk Accession Number: 2009.300.1356a, b

Ensemble Jessie Franklin Turner, 1930 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

1938 Elisabeth Hawes USA

omgthatdress: “ Elizabeth Hawes “Le Gaulois” dress ca. 1938 via The Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art ”

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