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Lucile, Voided-Velvet Evening Cloak with Pink Satin Rosebuds. English, c. 1915.

Evening Cloak by Lucile, Ltd. Place of origin: London. Materials and Techniques: Voided silk velvet, lined with satin, trimmed with applied satin roses. Victoria and Albert Museum.

Evening Dress Edward Molyneux, 1939 The Victoria & Albert...

Evening Dress Edward Molyneux, 1939 The Victoria & Albert... (OMG that dress!)

Evening dress Place of origin: Paris, France (made) Date: 1939 (made) Artist/Maker: Edward Molyneux, born 1891 - died 1974 (designer) Materials and Techniques: Ribbed silk, fastened with a metal zip, bone hoops

ENGLISH TRAINED ROSE VELVET DINNER DRESS, 1904. Museum/donor attributed to Queen's dressmaker, 1-piece,

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Evening Dress Bodice Trimmed with Bugle Beads, Seed Beads, & Rhinestones. English, c. 1910.

tawnyscostumesandcuriosities: “ Evening Dress Bodice Trimmed with Bugle Beads, Seed Beads, & Rhinestones.

On the right:  Beaded and appliqued silk gown, c1914, owned and presumably worn by Lucile, Lady Duff-Gordon.  On the left:  unknown.  pity.

On the right: Beaded and appliqued silk gown, owned and presumably worn by Lucile, Lady Duff-Gordon. On the left: unknown.

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Abiti Antichi- Abito 173Evening dress and mantle, ca 1834

Cord Embellished Dress with Laced Bodice and Matching Pelerine, ca. 1834 via Abiti Antichi

http://www.antiquedress.com/item4335.htm c. 1912 JEANNE HALLEE,  A beautiful rose pink gossamer chiffon draped over an underdress of ivory "peau-de-cygne (swan-skin - a kind of textured satin). It's trimmed under with embroidered gold net and pendant sprays of silk rose buds. Note that the inner petals of the flowers are a deeper shade than the outer petals, and with graduated ribbon colors.

http://www.antiquedress.com/item4335.htm c. 1912 JEANNE HALLEE, A beautiful rose pink gossamer chiffon draped over an underdress of ivory "peau-de-cygne (swan-skin - a kind of textured satin). It's trimmed under with embroidered gold net and pendant sprays of silk rose buds. Note that the inner petals of the flowers are a deeper shade than the outer petals, and with graduated ribbon colors.

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1912 Incredible Bright Lavender Chiffon and Silk Satin Edwardian Gown with Crystal Beading and Beaded Fringe. Detail front Reminds me of something Sybil would wear

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