CHARLES FREDERICK WORTH, British Designer (1826-1895). Widely considered the Father of Haute couture, whose works were produced in Paris in the 19th century.

Remembering the Father of Haute Couture

Charles Frederick Worth, Evening Dress: Detail View of Embroidered Sleeve. Paris, 1893-1895.

Red silk velvet evening dress (sleeve detail, with off-the-shoulder bodice with Battenburg lace bertha), by Charles Frederick Worth, French,

Dress, Walking  House of Worth  (French, 1858–1956)    Designer:      Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne 1825–1895 Paris)  Date:      ca. 1885

Walking dress House of Worth (French, Designer: Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne Paris) Date: ca. 1885 Culture: French Medium: silk, glass Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 26 in. cm) Length at CB (b): 54 in.

A gown that Charles Frederick Worth designed for Euclid Avenue socialite Alice Wade Everett in 1879.

Western Reserve Historical Society's exhibit 'Tying the Knot' features 150 years of Cleveland wedding dresses

An Charles Frederick Worth wedding gown worn around I loved the dramatic elaborate style to this dress and I also liked the soft baby pink colour of the garment. The ruffles of the dress give the dress more depth and texture.

Reception or dinner dress, Charles Frederick Worth, ca. 1883. Silk damask, satin, and plain weave (taffeta)

Reception or dinner dress ~ Charles Frederick Worth ~ ~ Silk damask, satin, and plain weave (taffeta), trimmed with glass beads and metallic yarn gimp, with silk fringe and machine-made lace.

Bustle gown with ball and dinner bodices, by Charles Frederick Worth, circa 1885. Silk brocade, silk satin, and cotton lace. The fabric has stalks of grain and large blossoms, common motifs in Worth's designs. Acquired by the Phoenix Art Museum Collection in 2007 for the exhibit "After Dark: 100 Years of the Evening Dress."

Bustle gown with both ball and dinner bodices by Charles Frederick Worth, Silk brocade, silk satin, and cotton lace. The fabric has stalks of grain and large blossoms, common motifs in Worth's designs.

Evening Mantle Designed By Charles Frederick Worth For The House Of Worth   c.1887  -  The Metropolitan Museum Of Art

omgthatdress: “ Evening Mantle Charles Fredrick Worth, 1887 The Metropolitan Museum of Art ”

Vestido de té de Charles Frederick Worth (1895). / Collection Musée Galliera (Mairie de Paris)

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blatterburystreet: “ fripperiesandfobs: “ Worth tea gown, 1895 From the Musee Galliera via the Huffington Post ” da veri Serpeverde! ” Worth Tea Gown - c. 1895 - House of Worth - Silk dress with a.

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Charles Frederick Worth, the Father of Haute Couture

Dress (Ball Gown) House of Worth (French, Designer: Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne Paris) Date: ca. 1887 Culture: French Medium: silk, glass, metallic thread (SO beautiful!

Empress Elisabeth's Hungarian coronation gown by Charles Frederick Worth

A replica of Empress Elisabeth of Austria gown, worn on her coronation as Queen of Hungary on 8 June Sisi Museum, Hofburg Palace, Austria Designed by Charles Frederick Worth

A fine and important Charles Frederick Worth ball gown, 1888, Kerry Taylor Auctions. Provenance: Originally worn by Clara Luz Romero Vargas who was the wife of the Mexican Ambassador to Germany to attend the Coronation of Kaiser Wilhelm in 1888. See: http://www.liveauctioneers.com/item/1509278

A fine and important Charles Frederick Worth ball gown, Kerry Taylor Auctions. Provenance: Originally worn by Clara Luz Romero Vargas who was the wife of the Mexican Ambassador to Germany to attend the Coronation of Kaiser Wilhelm in 1888

Ball gown, by Charles Frederick Worth, c. 1872, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Worn by Mrs. William De Forest Manice at the French and English courts during the reigns of Napoleon III and Queen Victoria. When worn on such occasions, the dress had a detachable brocade train, since destroyed. According to the Met, the decorative panels / trimmings are an emulation of Middle Eastern enamels. CLICK THROUGH FOR BIGGER IMAGES.

Ball gown, by Charles Frederick Worth, c. at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Quick change idea: Stiff pleats of bodice attached w/ sash and matching shoulder decoration

Worth ball gown, 1885-88 From Kerry Taylor Auctions

- Charles Frederick Worth Gown, curvy shape with sinched in waist and bell shaped bottom, velvet.

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