Dress: ca. 1910's, American, silk satin, silk velvet, lace. "Between 1908 and 1918 clothing styles gradually changed to reflect the new century and new women. Waistlines were raised, and longer and straighter corsets replaced the S-shaped ones. The corset—almost reaching below the thighs—helped achieve tubular, slimmer silhouettes. These columnar sheath dresses were reminiscent of the fashion of the early 1800s. The hemlines rose in this period to reveal the ankles."
Day Dress | House of Worth | France | 1910 | Bunka Gakuen Costume Museum
Origami shirt by 132 5. Issey Miyake; Blue shawl, scale skirt and black skirt by Somarta; Skirt (on head) by Saphir East
Fortuny dress (Delphos, 1907) and cape (Cnosos, 1906) exhibited at the Museo del Traje in 2010 as part of a Fortuny exhibition. Amigos del Museo del Traje by SayaValentine
Dress Callot Soeurs, 1917/looks like maternity but that was the style back then