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Models Wearing Turn Of the Century Dresses by House of Worth | FROM THE BYGONE

Charles Frederick Worth (1826-1895) is widely considered the Father of Haute Couture. He dominated Parisian fashion in the latter half of the nineteenth century. He completely revolutionised the bu…

A deadly arsenic-green House of Worth tea gown, circa 1897, from the wardrobe of Élisabeth de Caraman-Chimay, Countess Greffulhe, after whom the Duchess de Guermantes, a central character in Proust’s À la recherche du temps perdu was based.Musée de la Mode de la Ville de Parispic.twitter.com/AxuBGCWQIp

“A deadly arsenic-green House of Worth tea gown, circa 1897, from the wardrobe of Élisabeth de Caraman-Chimay, Countess Greffulhe, after whom the Duchess de Guermantes, a central character in Proust’s À la recherche du temps perdu was based. Musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris”

Worth: The Man with the Most Beautiful Gowns in the World

By Sabrina Cardoso, Style Editor Charles Frederick Worth is known today as “The Father of Haute Couture”. Born in 1825 in Bourne, Lincolnshire, England to William and Ann Worth. He was one of five …

Elizabeth Taylor velvet dress from Raintree County : Lot 398

Elizabeth Taylor \"Susanna Drake\" ivory and black velvet period dress from Raintree County. (MGM, 1957) Ivory satin and black velv... Lot 0398, Jun 18, 2011

OMG! 1900 Evening Dress. Silk. HOUSE OF WORTH metmuseum

Something wonderful happened to the world of fashion during the second half of the 19th century. Beautiful gowns were no longer the exclusive privilege of the aristocracy ... ... but were available to anyone with the wherewithal

Ball gown Design House: House of Worth (French, 1858–1956) Designer: Attributed to Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne 1825–1895 Paris) Designer: Attributed to Jean-Philippe Worth (French, 1856–1926) Date: 1895–1900 Culture: French Medium: silk

Charles Frederick Worth was born in England and spent his young adulthood working for textile merchants in London while researching art history at museums. In 1845 he moved to Paris and worked as a salesman and a dressmaker before partnering with Otto Bobergh to open the dressmaking shop, Worth and Bobergh, in 1858