1950s Vintage Party or Evening Dress Gold Lame' Full Lace Skirt 34 Inch Bust 24 Inch Waist XS 50s Pin Up Rockabilly Old Hollywood Glam
Beautiful 50s party or evening dress. Gold lame top and the skirt is gold lace over peach taffeta. Has built in crinoline slip but is shown over an extra one that is not included. Both the top and skirt are adorned with 3D cream and gold roses that are trimmed with rhinestones. Has original matching
1950 Blue silk taffeta w/ metallic gold brocade dress, fashioned from Indian sari.
1950 Blue silk taffeta w/ metallic gold brocade dress, fashioned from Indian sari. by sharene on Indulgy.com
Vintage 30s Blue Silver Silk Brocade Jean Harlow Evening Gown Dress S M
Be a knock out! In this utterly glam and divine ‘Old Hollywood’ starlet style vintage 30's Deco era luxurious evening gown, in a shimmery silver and blue silk brocade. Made for the slender figured woman, the slinky and sexy Jean Harlow style dress is beautifully constructed, and comprised of a cobalt blue silk knit with interwoven silver thread brocade which has a raised tinsel like texture, similar to a boucle. It is sleeveless with a beautifully draped deeply cowled neckline front and…
Rouff | Evening dress | French | The Met
Evening dress (image 1) | House of Rouff | French | 1895 | silk | Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession #: 2009.300.6477a, b
Callot Soeurs | Evening dress | French | The Met
Twentieth-century historicism is, by necessity, very cognizant. To wit, Vogue reported on December 1, 1922: "The more ardently one follows the new mode, the farther one slips into the past. One obeys the latest dictates from Paris, and, behold, one resembles the heroine of Jane Austen's day, the later 'eighties, or even the Orient in its efflorescence
North America's #1 auction house for Couture & Vintage Fashion. Augusta Auctions accepts consignments of historic clothing and textiles from museums, estates and individuals.
House of Balenciaga | Evening dress | French | The Met
Spanish-born Cristobal Balenciaga (1895-1972) ranks among the leading couturiers of the twentieth century. The Balenciaga garments and accessories in the collection of the Brooklyn Museum serve as a catalogue of the designer's most distinctive work, from his toreador-like beaded boleros to his precisely tailored suits, from sack-backed day dresses to artful millinery creations
| Museo di Palazzo Palazzo Mocenigo
The exhibition aims to tell the story of the cultural atmosphere and ambience of the Russian intelligentsia and the international prestige of Diaghilev's famous Ballets Russes [...]