Evening dress, 1910’s  From the State Hermitage Museum

Embroidered white silk satin evening dress with chiffon overlay and silver braid trim, by Nadezhda "Hope" Lamanova, Russian, via the State Hermitage Museum

Evening gown, ca. 1914. Inspired by French couturiers such as Paul Poiret, this elegant silk faille taffeta gown is embellished with beading, embroidery, and contrasting fabrics. The inner woven waistband has the names of two merchants: Donaldson's of Minneapolis and Glanville's of Calgary. Both were sources of high-end garments such as this one. Glenbow Museum.

Evening gown, ca. Inspired by French couturiers such as Paul Poiret, this elegant silk faille taffeta gown is embellished with beading, embroidery, and contrasting fabrics.

women's fashion 1900-1915 | 1910 - via House of PoLeigh Naise on fb - NEED TO SEW THIS!!!

Embroidered white silk satin evening dress with chiffon overlay and silver braid trim, by Nadezhda "Hope" Lamanova, Russian, via the State Hermitage Museum

1918; such a pretty year of fashion.

The end of the First World War saw the appearance of the first ready-made garments from the fashion houses of Paris and McEwens of Perth earned a national reputation for importing the latest, up to the minute designs.

No occasion to wear but love . 1916 Pink Silk L.P. HOLLANDER  CO. New York Evening Gown with Gold Metallic Printed Design

1916 Pink Silk L. New York Evening Gown with Gold Metallic Printed Design. was an elite clothing retailer in the late century with shops in Boston, Newport and Paris.

Robe du soir brodée, soie, satin, tulle, Paul Poiret, 1910

Dressing a Titanic Lady

Robe du soir brodée, soie, satin, tulle, Paul Poiret, 1910

1917 Delineator

1917 Delineator Print - Winter Coats and House Dresses - 12 color images

A fashion print from a 1917 McCall’s magazine, featuring the  newest thing from Paris, the “bowling pin” skirt.

1917 McCall’s magazine, featuring the newest thing from Paris, the “bowling pin” skirt / Iowa State University Library Special Collections

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