1810-15 silk dress. Japon van groene zijde met ingeweven satijnstrepen, waarin geel chiné-effect dat ballenpatroon suggereert Identifier 0555922 Creation date 1810/1815 Material silk Gemeente museum Den Haag
Charles Frederick Worth - Dress - 1880s
Yellow and gold woven silk robe à la française, 1760s Fashion Museum Bath http://www.fashionmuseum.co.uk/galleries/history-fashion-100-objects-gallery
Evening gown ca. 1900s. Silk. Scoop neck trimmed with lace & beading around collar. Lace cascades down left side. Beading down left side & across lower waistline that leads to 2 panels in back with detailed beading. Front is 24" higher than back. Sleeves are 3/4 length & slightly gathered with lace at cuffs. Boned bodice plus built-in corset that has hook & eyes in back. Dress closes with many hook & eyes in back. xtabayvintage/etsy
Woman's Dress Made in United States 1829 Artist/maker unknown, American. Worn by Mrs. Henry (Charlotte) D. Mandeville. Ivory silk Center Back Length: 49 3/16 inches (125 cm) Waist: 22 7/16 inches (57 cm) Bottom Edge Circumference: 114 3/16 inches (290 cm)
VALENTINO Multi Macrame Bouquet Dress
A day dress of ivory silk gauze, circa 1810, with an all over leaf design in green silk thread.
Takashi Aoki; The image is a garment by Aoki which uses knitting and crocheting to create a bright and bold statement piece. It uses similar shapes and colour to that of the selected concept and there is a interesting variation of depth and textures that are at play throughout the garment.
Ensemble Date: 1820–25 Culture: British Medium: silk, cotton Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 10 1/2 in. (26.7 cm) Length at CB (b): 42 3/4 in. (108.6 cm)