House of Worth (Paris), ca. 1895-1900. Reception gown (bodice and skirt). Gown is ivory silk chiffon and ivory silk net over which black Alençon lace appliqués have been sewn. Underskirt is ivory silk. The designer’s eye for detail and flawless workmanship, as seen in this dress, is characteristic of the high quality of French couturier fashions of the late 19th century. This elegant gown is typical of just one of 7 or 8 outfits a fashionable lady might wear in a single day.
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