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This striking asymmetrical dinner dress was made by Lucile between 1910 and 1912. It was designed for a woman in “half-mourning”, the third phase of the very complicated Victorian mourning practices which still lingered in the Edwardian era. Half-mourning allowed for the addition of white, gray and lavender to black mourning garments and also allowed for additional jewelry and ornamentation.

This striking asymmetrical dinner dress was made by Lucile between 1910 and 1912. It was designed for a woman in “half-mourning”, the third phase of the very complicated Victorian mourning practices which still lingered in the Edwardian era. Half-mourning allowed for the addition of white, gray and lavender to black mourning garments and also allowed for additional jewelry and ornamentation.

Ball Gown, Ca. 1912

LaFerriere gown LaFerrière satin/tulle dinner gown with metallic embroidery, Label: "LaFerrière, Paris" is woven into the petersham.

Evening Dress c.1910 Museo de Historia Mexicana

Evening Dress c.1910 Museo de Historia Mexicana

The House of Worth is a French house of high fashion that specializes in haute couture, ready-to-wear clothes, and perfumes. The historic house was founded in 1858 by designer Charles Frederick Wor…

House of Worth

Edwardian - Evening dress House of Worth (French, Date: ca. 1910 Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: Length: 59 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Miss Eva Drexel Dahlgren, 1976

Mourning Dress  1912  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Mourning Dress Nolan Importers Date: 1912 Culture: French (probably) Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 60 in.

VESTIDO DE MAÑANA EN NEGRO 1880S

Early mourning dress and petticoat. Black wool, princess-lined, slightly bustled, trimmed with black crepe & gathered frill flounces, with pleated bib front. Petticoat of diamond-quilted silk satin.

A dinner dress dating from between 1910 and 1912. I love the fringe on the train.

Dinner dress Date: Culture: American Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 73 in. cm) Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Mrs.

Mourning dress Designer: Charlotte Duclos  Date: 1910–12 Culture: French Medium: silk, jet, glass Accession Number: 2009.300.1114

Mourning Dress, Charlotte Duclos (French): ca. "The elaborate but subtle beading on this mourning dress would have shimmered when new. The asymmetry of the charmeuse panel is indicative of the high fashion of the period.

Tea gown, c. 1905.

Tea gown House of Worth (French, Designer: Jean-Philippe Worth (French, Date: ca. 1905 Culture: French Medium: silk, m.

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