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Travel Costume by Worth From the book "A Century of Fashion" by Jean-Philippe Worth, 1928.

1860's

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Comtesse de Portales in Worth gown From the book "A Century of Fashion" by Jean-Philippe Worth, 1928.
Walking dress Attributed to House of Worth Designer: Attibuted to Charles Frederick Worth Date: 1876–82 Culture: French Medium: Cotton, linen Accession Number: 2009.300.6291a, b
Ball gown Attributed to House of Worth Designer: Attributed to Charles Frederick Worth Date: ca. 1872 Culture: probably French Medium: silk Accession Number: 2009.300.339a–c

1870's

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1883-1888 Dress by Worth
1883-88 Worth ensemble(side view)
Worth day dress, 1881

1881

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Lillie Langtry by Napoleon Sarony, 1882
Rare Antique 1890s Cabinet Card Photo Actress Mrs Lillie Langtry Sarony Theater
Lillie Langtry by Napoleon Sarony, 1882

1882

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1887 – Artist: A Sandoz. The afternoon tea shop. Design by Worth
Worth gowns. Reading the news. Paris. 1887.
A “House Dress” with wide patterned striped skirt and high fronted top. 1887. Design by Worth

1887

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A fine and important Charles Frederick Worth ball gown, 1888, with signature Paris label to bodice waistband, of pale oyster satin edged with pale lilac-grey velvet, the boned bodice back-laced to fasten, with swagged fringes of crystal and silvered beads outlining the breasts punctuated by couched silver thread bows, elegant garlands of blooms below, the trained skirt similarly adorned and embroidered to shape, lined in matching taffeta with inner ruffles and Valenciennes lace to the rear: ...
A fine and important Charles Frederick Worth ball gown, 1888, with signature Paris label to bodice waistband, of pale oyster satin edged with pale lilac-grey velvet, the boned bodice back-laced to fasten, with swagged fringes of crystal and silvered beads outlining the breasts punctuated by couched silver thread bows, elegant garlands of blooms below, the trained skirt similarly adorned and embroidered to shape, lined in matching taffeta with inner ruffles and Valenciennes lace to the rear: ...
A Charles Frederick Worth court gown and train, 1888, is displayed at the 'Blog.mode: addressing fashion' exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum...

1888

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The "Dutch Tulips Gown" (ca. 1889) - Charles Frederick Worth

1889

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Lillie Langtry
Evening dress, Worth, 1885-86. Cream silk (satin, chiffon), silver seed beads, glass pearls, silver metallic thread. Bodice has crossover satin panel with chiffon over satin at left bust & shoulder. Mock half-sash, chiffon ruffle at back neckline, shirred chiffon at armholes. Back drape secured by hand stitches at each wearing. Skirt has 3 inserted, inverted box pleats. Selvage of each panel used decoratively, with hand-applied floral beadwork outlining each edge. Museum of the City of New York

1880's

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Charles Fredrick Worth, 1890

1890

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Worth 1891 evening gown

1891

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House of Worth, Court Presentation Dress with Attached Train, 1892.
Image file to download and vintage original print published in 1892 Toilettes de Worth Corsets Mme Josselin, Parfums Oriza de P. Legrand — , Dressmakers

1892

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Evening dress, 1893. Silk satin, crepe, and velvet, metal cord, rhinestone, and silk flower embroidery by Charles Worth. The House of Worth, Paris, created this two-piece evening dress for Bertha Honoré Palmer to wear to various formal functions related to Chicago's World's Columbian Exposition of 1893.
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Evening ensemble Design House: House of Worth Designer: Attributed to Charles Frederick Worth Designer: Attributed to Jean-Philippe Worth Date: 1893 Culture: French Medium: silk, linen, metal Accession Number: 2009.300.622a–c

1893

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Evening Gown, House of Worth: 1894, French, voided velvet with floral and foliate motif, applied brilliants, Chantilly lace, tulle, net with brilliants and jet beads in stylized floral pattern, jet beads and brilliant tassels.
Worth Evening Gown Harper's Bazaar - September 15, 1894 American Periodicals
Evening dress Design House: House of Worth Designer: Charles Frederick Worth Date: 1894 Culture: French Medium: silk Accession Number: 1995.341.7a, b

1894

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Evening gown, by Charles Frederick Worth, 1895, at Les Arts Décoratifs, Paris…
Engraving of outdoor dress designed by Maison Worth, Paris. A. Sandoz & Derbier (engraved); The Lady's Newspaper (published).17 August 1895.Paris (published). Their skirts are long but moulded at the hips in an A-line shape, contrasting with the massive skirts and bustles of previous decades. Their hair is piled high on top of their heads and their elaborately trimmed hats sit high and straight.

1895

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Comtesse Greffulhe Elisabeth Nadar Paul (1856-1939) Charenton-le-Pont, Médiathèque de l'Architecture et du Patrimoine

1896

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Worth, Tea gown, 1895
Worth tea gown ca. 1895
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1897

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She was Commodore Vanderbilt’s last surviving granddaughter and, according to some, her death in 1952 signaled the end of New York City society. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Ball gown Design House: House of Worth Designer: Jean-Philippe Worth Date: 1898 Culture: French Medium: silk, rhinestones, metal Accession Number: 2009.300.1324a, b
Ball gown Design House: House of Worth Designer: Jean-Philippe Worth Date: 1898 Culture: French Medium: silk, rhinestones, metal Accession Number: 2009.300.1324a, b

1898

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LILLIE LANGTRY
Emilie Charlotte ('Lillie') Langtry (née Le Breton), by Lafayette (Lafayette Ltd), 1899 - NPG x88809 - © National Portrait Gallery, London
Lillie Langtry wearing a Worth gown, 1899.

1899

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Ensemble (a, b) House of Worth (French, 1858–1956) Designer: (c, d) J. & J. Slater (American) Date: 1898–1900 Culture: French Medium: (a, b) silk, simulated pearls, rhinestones (c, d) silk, wood, metal, rhinestones Dimensions: (a) Length at CB: 10 1/4 in. (26 cm) (b) Length at CB: 87 1/2 in. (222.3 cm) (c, d) Length: 10 1/2 in. (26.7 cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. C. Phillip Miller, 1957 Accession Number: C.I.57.17.8a–d

1890's

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House of Worth, Satin Cut-Velvet Evening Gown . Paris, 1900.
House of Worth | Tea gown | French | The Met
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1900

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1901

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1903 Court gown worn by Lady Mary Curzon and designed by Jean-Philippe Worth 1 - Charles Frederick Worth - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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1903

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"Byzantine" dress by Worth, c.1904 - Gold lamé silk taffeta, cream silk tulle entirely embroidered with beads, paillettes and gold metallic thread, fur trim and lining made of silk taffeta and silk satin. Worn by Comtesse Greffuylhe to the wedding of her daughter, Elaine and Armand, Duc de Guiche, at the Eglise de la Madeleine in Paris on 5 November 1904

1904

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House of Worth | Dress | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Dress. House of Worth (French, 1858–1956). Date: 1906. Culture: French. Medium: silk, cotton. Dimensions: (a) Length at CB: 18 in. (45.7 cm). (b) Length at CB: 52 in. (132.1 cm).
House of Worth | Dress | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

1906

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Evening Gown (image 1) | House of Worth | France; Paris | 1909 | brocade, tulle, lace | Whitaker Auctions | Spring 2017
Worth evening dress, 1909, from Whitaker Auctions

1909

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