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

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 ”

1920s gown by Charles Frederick Worth. In this period of time the demand for luxury goods, including textiles and fashionable dress, reached levels that had not been seen since before the French Revolution

gown by Charles Frederick Worth. In this period of time the demand for luxury goods, including textiles and fashionable dress, reached levels that had not been seen since before the French Revolution

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

Charles Frederick Worth ball gown, via 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

Mrs. Fairchild's Worth Gown  Gown made by Charles Frederick Worth of Paris for Frances Fairchild of Madison, Wisconsin, 1880.

Fairchild's Worth Gown Gown made by Charles Frederick Worth of Paris for Frances Fairchild of Madison, Wisconsin, jαɢlαdy

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

Worth ball gown, 1885-88 From Kerry Taylor Auctions

A rare Charles Frederick Worth historically-inspired voided velvet ball gown, it's got bows on the bum

Charles Frederick Worth Evening Dress 1900-1903 with Indian embroidery made of silk with silver and gold thread and bullion work, House of Worth. Fashion Museum, Bath.

House of Worth ~ Charles Frederick Worth Evening Dress ~ ~ with Indian embroidery made of silk with silver and gold thread and bullion work ~ Fashion Museum, Bath

Bottle-green brocaded satin gown, Charles Frederick Worth, circa 1890-93 love the black embroidered feather

Bottle-green brocaded satin gown, fabric woven with large black plume repeats, Charles Frederick Worth, circa

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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!

1864-66. Charles Frederick Worth   ball gown  of Orange silk with raised patterns in white silk,

Wonderful gorgeous beautiful ball gown from This great dress made by Charles Frederick Worth is an incredible ball gown and very detailed gown of Orange silk with raised patterns in white silk

Charles Frederick Worth ballgown with 11 foot train, circa 1888, worn for presentation to Queen Victoria's Court.

Charles Frederick Worth ballgown with 11 foot train, circa worn for presentation to Queen Victoria's Court. That should keep sex pests at a respectable distance.

Ensemble, Evening  House of Worth       Charles Frederick Worth, Bourne       ca. 1888

Robe à Transformation Charles Fredrick Worth, 1888 The Metropolitan Museum of ArtOMG that dress!

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. 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.

"Tulipes Hollandaises" (textile)  House of Worth  (French, 1858–1956)    Designer:      Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne 1825–1895 Paris)  Designer:      Textile by A. M. Gourd & Cie  Manufacturer:      Textile by Morel, Poeckès & Paumlin  Date:      1889  Culture:      French  Medium:      silk, metal

Cape Charles Fredrick Worth, 1889 The Metropolitan Museum of Art. i like this dress because its very oriental , i also love the style of the sleeves.

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