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"Byzantine" dress by Charles Frederick Worth, c.1904 - Gold lamé silk taffeta, cream silk tulle entirely embroidered with beads, paillettes and gold metallic thread, fur trim and lining made of silk taffeta and silk satin.  Worn by Comtesse Greffuylhe to the wedding of her daughter, Elaine and Armand, Duc de Guiche, at the Eglise de la Madeleine in Paris on 5 November 1904

labelleotero: “ “Byzantine” dress by Charles Frederick Worth, 1904 Gold lamé silk taffeta, cream silk tulle entirely embroidered with beads, paillettes and gold metallic thread.

Evening dress - Evening dress Design House: House of Worth (French, 1858–1956) Date: 1898–1900 Culture: French Medium: silk, cotton, metal Dimensions: Length (a): 17 in. (43.2 cm) Length at CF (b): 41 3/4 in. (106 cm) Credit Line: Gift of Miss Eva Drexel Dahlgren, 1976

Edwardian - Evening dress House of Worth (French, Date: Culture: French Medium: silk, cotton, metal Dimensions: Length (a): 17 in. cm) Length at CF (b): 41 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Miss Eva Drexel Dahlgren, 1976

MODE ANCIENNE

La silhouette adopte une forme de S, c’est la ligne 1900 en hommage aux lignes sinueuses de l’Art Nouveau. (The figure adopts a form of S is the 1900 line in tribute to the sinuous lines of Art Nouveau).

WHITE SILK & LACE WEDDING GOWN, 1895 @morganwhitfield i found your wedding dress"!! go me!

NYC: Silk & Lace Wedding Gown, 1895 white ribbed silk, pearl studded high collar, trained skirt & fringed sash, leg-'o-mutton sleeves

Ceremonial dress of Magdalena Sibylla of Prussia, Electress of Saxony c. 1610-20

Gold ceremonial dress of Magdalena Sibylla of Prussia, Electress of Saxony, ca. - From the exhibition “Schätze einer Fürstenehe” at the Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden

Worth evening gown known as "La Robe aux Lis", circa 1896 at Palais Galliera's Countess Greyffulhe Exhibit [Photo: Dominique Maître]

Palais Galliera Opens Countess Greyffulhe Exhibit

Worth evening gown known as "La Robe aux Lis", circa 1896 at Palais Galliera's Countess Greyffulhe Exhibit [Photo: Dominique Maître]

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