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Promenade dress, American, ca. 1862-1864 Metropolitan Museum of Art

Promenade dress, American, ca. 1862-1864 Metropolitan Museum of Art

Military Ensemble Date: 1914–18 Culture: American Medium: Cotton, metal, leather, wool, silk, glass, synthetic

Military Ensemble Date: 1914–18 Culture: American Medium: Cotton, metal, leather, wool, silk, glass, synthetic

Grace Wilson Vanderbilt was one of the last Vanderbilts to live the luxurious life of the "head of society"

Grace Wilson Vanderbilt was one of the last Vanderbilts to live the luxurious life of the "head of society"

In this photo taken on Tuesday, July 1, 2014, a wedding dress made in 1844 is displayed at the "American Brides: Inspiration and Ingenuity," exhibition in Denton, Texas. Wedding dresses from the 19th century to now are featured in a new exhibit showcasing the evolving styles of American brides with more than 40 wedding gowns worn over a span from 1844 to last year.

In this photo taken on Tuesday, July 1, 2014, a wedding dress made in 1844 is displayed at the "American Brides: Inspiration and Ingenuity," exhibition in Denton, Texas. Wedding dresses from the 19th century to now are featured in a new exhibit showcasing the evolving styles of American brides with more than 40 wedding gowns worn over a span from 1844 to last year.

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