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The following was written by a lovely lady from the Met, please see the content source for detail: “Charles Frederick Worth, the designer who dominated Parisian fashion in the latter half of the nineteenth century, was born in Bourne, Lincolnshire, England, on October 13, 1826. As a young man, Worth worked as an apprentice and clerk for two London textile merchants. In addition to gaining a thorough knowledge of fabrics and the business of supplying dressmakers during this time, he also

Mariano Fortuny. Su talento abarcaba también la investigación en diferentes campos, como pintura, fotografía, escultura, arquitectura, escenografía o técnicas de iluminación para artes escénicas. De hecho colaboró en los vestuarios y escenografías del teatro del la Scala de Milán

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The Victorian era lasted from before the American Civil War and into the bustle-dress era, so there are many different styles of Victorian dresses. Description from patternko.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Coco Chanel: 1883-1971; The French fashion designer Coco Chanel ruled over Parisian haute couture for almost six decades. Her elegantly casual designs inspired women of fashion to abandon the complicated, uncomfortable clothes - such as petticoats and corsets - that were prevalent in 19th century dress. Among her now-classic innovations were the Chanel suit, costume jewelry, and the little black dress.

This is a photo of a sack coat, the main defining feature of this coat style during the 19th century was it's lack of a seam at the waist.

Jeanne Paquin was a leading French fashion designer, known for her resolutely modern and innovative designs. She was known for its inspired pastel evening dresses and tailored day dresses.

Liberty & Co. dress, 1893-94 From the Victoria and Albert Museum

Fashion History - Edwardian Style of Late 1890s - 1914

Fashion History - Edwardian Fashion Designs of Late 1890's - 1914 FOLLOW LINK TO ARTICLE; PHOTO IS PUBLIC DOMAIN

1930's Fashion Style - Broadway Girls