Evening dress, House of Worth, 1914. Silk. Metropolitan Museum of Art | Art Nouveau More

Evening dress, House of Worth, 1902.  How many people, how many hours to make this?

Evening dress, House of Worth, 1902. How many people, how many hours to make this?

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Wrap, Evening. House of Worth (French, 1858–1956). Date: ca. 1905. Culture: French.

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MFA: Woman's dress in two parts French, about 1902 Designed by Jean-Philippe Worth, French, 1856–1926 For House of Worth, Paris, France Dimensions Bodice: 48.3 cm (19 in.); Skirt: CB 177.8 cm (70 in.) Other (skirt CB): 177.8 cm (70 in.) Medium or Technique Silk, voided velvet with satin ground; appliquéd and trimmed with chenille and rhinestones; machine-made lace. Gorgeous.

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House of Worth, Paris, with Indian embroidery, Bodice, Skirt and Train, ca. 1900–1903, silk with silver and gold thread and bullion work, Fashion Museum, Bath

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Gown (image 3) | House of Worth | France; Paris | 1908 | cut velvet, chiffon | Augusta Auctions | November 16, 2016

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fashioninhistory: Tea Gown (Detail) House of Worth 1910 This was worn by the wife of one of the great American bankers of the 19th century, J.P. Morgan, Jr. (1867-1943). It exemplifies the grandeur of Worth clothing among wealthy Americans, who aspired to be associated with European royalty.

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Evening dress House of Worth (French, 1858–1956) Date: 1898–1900 Culture: French Medium: silk, cotton

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Walking dress House of Worth (French, 1858–1956) Date: ca. 1902 Culture: French Medium: wool

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