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1930's Seductive Bias-Cut Red Rhinestone Satin Hourglass Gown image 5

1930's Seductive Bias-Cut Red Rhinestone Satin Hourglass Gown image 5

Gothic 1930s Black Evening Gown Lace Illusion Dramatic Art Deco Bias Cut Dress M

Reserved Gothic 1930s Black Evening Gown Lace Illusion Dramatic Art Deco Bias Cut Dress M

Gothic 1930s Black Evening Gown Lace Illusion Dramatic Art Deco Bias Cut Dress M

vintage 1930s dress / 30s dress / Black Bias Cut Floor Length Lace Evening Gown

r e s e r v e d - vintage 1930s dress / 30s dress / Black Bias Cut Floor Length Lace Evening Gown

Terrific Vintage 1930's Blue Velvet Gown by BobnSandysAntiques

Terrific Vintage 1930's Blue Velvet Gown

Terrific Vintage 1930's Blue Velvet Gown by BobnSandysAntiques

Vintage 1930s Dress Bias Dressing Gown in Red Chevron Stripe Rayon

Vintage 1930s Dress Bias Dressing Gown in Red Chevron Stripe Rayon

1930's Antique Vintage Ivory-White Beaded Rhinestone Silk-Crepe Couture Low-Plunge Sleeveless Cummerbund-Belt Hourglass Grecian-Goddess Deco...

1930's Antique Vintage Ivory-White Beaded Rhinestone Silk-Crepe Couture Low-Plunge Sleeveless Cummerbund-Belt Hourglass Grecian-Goddess Deco...

RESERVED 1930s Lame and Crepe De Chine Bias Cut by ShopGossamer

RESERVED 1930s Lame and Crepe De Chine Bias Cut Dress

1936 Madeleine Vionnet, French. Silk evening ensemble. Vionnet was a consummate technician, particularly known for her innovative use of the bias cut & the mathematically precise construction of her garments. Minimalist by philosophy, Vionnet's construction details were often executed so as to create decorative effects, obviating the need for any trimming. Layers of gossamer, yet strong, silks cut on the bias, with free-floating ties, make this evening dress an exemplar of Vionnet's work.

1936 Madeleine Vionnet, French. Silk evening ensemble. Vionnet was a consummate technician, particularly known for her innovative use of the bias cut & the mathematically precise construction of her garments. Minimalist by philosophy, Vionnet's construction details were often executed so as to create decorative effects, obviating the need for any trimming. Layers of gossamer, yet strong, silks cut on the bias, with free-floating ties, make this evening dress an exemplar of Vionnet's work.

1930's Vintage Peach Halter Dress with Lace Very Great Gatsby

1930's Vintage Peach Halter Dress with Lace Very Great Gatsby

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