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Poiret Oriental gown, Spring 1913. Sold at the Doyle couture auction, November 1999.

Poiret Oriental gown, Spring 1913. Sold at the Doyle couture auction, November 1999.

Evening gown ca. 1913-14. Silk with silver thread, machine lace, glass beads, and tulle. Photo: Frode Larsen. Norwegian National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design

Evening gown ca. 1913-14. Silk with silver thread, machine lace, glass beads, and tulle. Photo: Frode Larsen. Norwegian National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design

1930's Style Art Deco Silk Velvet Scarf Coat - Camelia. I WANT THIS!!!

1930's Style Art Deco Silk Velvet Scarf Coat - Camelia. I WANT THIS!!!

Black Kimono Dressing Gown (Rose) Ensemble from Titanic. It is made by Franklin Mint.  http://franklin-mint.minimodelfilmstuff.co.uk/franklin-mint-collectable/titanic-rose-black-kimono-dressing-gown-ensemble-franklin-mint-b11zv94 Please note: dress form not included....

Black Kimono Dressing Gown (Rose) Ensemble from Titanic. It is made by Franklin Mint. http://franklin-mint.minimodelfilmstuff.co.uk/franklin-mint-collectable/titanic-rose-black-kimono-dressing-gown-ensemble-franklin-mint-b11zv94 Please note: dress form not included....

Callot Soeurs Orientalist Evening Gown, 1910-1914, Augusta Auctions, November 11, 2015 NYC

Callot Soeurs Orientalist Evening Gown, 1910-1914, Augusta Auctions, November 11, 2015 NYC

1910-1911 Evening Dress by Paul Poiret: silk satin dress with silk tulle overdress, embroidery of beads and metallic thread, tulle peplum. "...In 1906, when the S-curve silhouette was still overwhelmingly popular, Poiret introduced high waist corsetless dresses. He shifted the fashion trend substantially from 19th-century dresses in artistic forms with excessive decoration toward innovative clothing that accentuated the natural beauty of the human body..." | JV

Dressing a Titanic Lady

1910-1911 Evening Dress by Paul Poiret: silk satin dress with silk tulle overdress, embroidery of beads and metallic thread, tulle peplum. "...In 1906, when the S-curve silhouette was still overwhelmingly popular, Poiret introduced high waist corsetless dresses. He shifted the fashion trend substantially from 19th-century dresses in artistic forms with excessive decoration toward innovative clothing that accentuated the natural beauty of the human body..." | JV

Evening dress, French, ca. 1911-15. Silk embroidery floss on silk net. Bodice, lined with lightly boned taffeta, has sleeves cut in T-shape, kimono style. Gunmetal bead trim, attached in the Luneville or tambour method. Smith College Historic Clothing

Evening dress, French, ca. 1911-15. Silk embroidery floss on silk net. Bodice, lined with lightly boned taffeta, has sleeves cut in T-shape, kimono style. Gunmetal bead trim, attached in the Luneville or tambour method. Smith College Historic Clothing

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