Evening gown, Liberty of London, 1910 Silk voile with lace and embroidery.
'Carven' was founded in 1945 by Madam Carven as a haute couture house. She was 1 of the to promote accessible luxury w/ refined designs that truly captured the spirit of Parisian chic. She dressed queens, princesses, empresses
edwardian-time-machine: “Circa 1910 Debutante’s floor-length evening gown with short train. White net studded with glass beads over grayish pink silk crepe chiffon over pale yellowish pink silk.
Back detail on silk and lace neglige, Looks like my grandmothers wedding dress from with the exception of the back.
how perfectly beautiful\\\\! im going on a search for a boue soeurs dress of my own! Court Presentation Ensemble by Boué Soeurs // year 1928 via The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art Silk, Metallic threads
Vintage ★ Cocktail dress ca. Blue silk chiffon, beaded all over. Sash at dropped waist; fully lined.
LACE TEA GOWN, c. 1908 Go Back Lot: 679 April 2006 Vintage Clothing & Textile Auction New Hope, PA Brussels applique lace trimmed w/ pale blue silk satin ribbons & bows, lined in cream silk satin, B W H L (brown stains near hem & on lower bow) excellent.
Belle Epoque evening gown by Liberty Company Ltd, London & Paris. Circa 1910 to Was sold in an English department store belonging to the family of Calgary entrepreneur Joseph Stanley. This design is rich with lace, embroidery & multi hued silk voile.
Bird Millman was a Ziegfeld Follies girl and a high wire performer for Barnum & Bailey. This picture is beautiful
Civil War Gown for Teresa Stratas in La Traviata ________________________ Ooooooooooooooooowah I wouldn't need to go on a diet if I wore this, Id be floating on air - Visit to grab an amazing super hero shirt now on sale!
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~Hollywood style beaded evening dress, oh Lawdy, Lawdy I was definitely born in the wrong era.
Silk ballgown by Elise of Regent St, London c. The Metropolitan Museum of Art
I'm in love with this dress! Les Arts Décoratifs - Site officiel - Diaporama - Robe, E. Coguenhem et Cie, Paris, 1898
omgthatdress: “ Dress Weeks, 1910 The Metropolitan Museum of Art ”
Marjorie Merriweather Post's evening dress and purse, made by Mme. Frances, Inc., New York Hillwood Estate Museum Gardens Other accessories include a matching slip cape fan Silk velvet rhinestones