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Black velvet with black lace Robe de Style dress; black black velvet with black lace Robe de Style dress; black lace overskirt extended out at hips by thick wired cord decorated with beads, the dress further trimmed with thin sequined strips attached…


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Green silk dress, gold beading, sequins, gold thread embroidery, large bow on back.


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Coat of gold lame printed with abstract design of dots and various shapes in ivory, deep red and tan. Shirred and padded collar of black velvet. Set in sleeves with cuffs which match the collar. Wrap style with large self button and loop. Lined in…

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1920's men's three piece wool tweed suit, small hounds tooth weave in blues, grays and whites. The jacket is cut very much like the sack jacket of the 1910's, straight and boxy, though the length of the 1920's jacket is shorter. The jacket closes at…

Off-white silk crepe, straight cut wedding dress. Round neck, sleeveless. Rhinestone studs in the body of the dress, clear and white beaded floral vine along the sides and at the hem. 1925 Headpiece designed for the exhibition by Jennifer Brown for…

An off-white satin dress with lace overlay (full front, top part in back); tubular silhouette; calf length; round neckline trimmed with satin; low waist line, enhance by wide satin sash ending in a bow on the left side; set-in cap sleeves, end of cap…

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Black silk satin sleeveless knee length dress with silk ribbon embroidery on bodice front and around hem.


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Wrap coat of black silk panne velvet. Very wide stole type collar of white ermine faced with black satin, asymmetrically placed. Long set in sleeves. Lined in off white silk panne velvet.

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Knee-length mauve silk georgette dress with matching silk slip. The dress is trimmed with bands of self-fabric pleated ruffles at waist, in skirt and along the outside of each sleeve from elbow to wrist. A self-fabric bow on the left shoulder and…

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Black, silk delphos gown The technique for the pleating of Fortuny gowns is unknown. The shoulder seams are sewn seams (earlier gowns were laced) and on the underside of this shoulder seam there is a strip covering the seam allowance and attached to…
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