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A draped velvet coat by Paul Poiret

France - Coat by Jean-Philippe Worth - Dark red velvet; beige silk satin lining; looped "kumihimo" (Japanese cord)-like decoration; tassel with beading

French 1910–20 Designed by Jean-Charles Worth (French, 1881–1962), For House of Worth (French, 1858-1956)

Evening coat, back view. Jean-Philippe Worth, Coral pink velvet with satin collar and cuffs, coral pink silk satin lining. Loose kimono shape gathered in back and secured with pink corded velvet rosette; rosette also at front opening.

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Dress and coat, Molyneux, ca. Silk velvet with matching applied raised flower heads from some fabric amongst beaded foliage worked in diamante, bugle beads & faux pearls. Sleeveless dress decorated at dropped waist, with asymmetric hem.

1910s  Whitaker Auctions

evening gown, Joseph, New York, royal purple panné silk with short-sleeved silk lace V-neck bodice asymmetrically draped in gold metallic mesh. High jeweled midriff band with clear center and magenta paste butterfly. Hobble skirt layered over short train.

1910 Evening Dress, getting ideas for today's wedding dresses.

Edwardian Dress: Tiered silk net with metallic embroidery over pink satin with raised-waist velvet bodice. 1910 by the Paris fashion house Worth.

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Gold lamé orientalist dress & coat ensemble, O'Neill's, Baltimore, ca. Gold lamé dress in floral pattern with deep V neckline in back. Lamé flounces from hip to hemline and wide band of black velvet at bottom.

Evening coat 1924-1926

Evening coat

Evening coat - blue velvet with added accordion pieces in panels at hem and cuffs and fur collar, lined in grey velvet Place of origin: England, Great Britain