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Callot Soeurs, Black & White Evening Dress, 1920s

Evening dress and stola, ivory and black silk satin, ivory silk crepe lining, Callot Soeurs, 1933

1930s silk nightgown, American or European

Nightgown - - American or European - Silk You say nightgown? I say wedding dress :)

Evening coat (1900)

Evening coat Callot Soeurs (French, active Date: ca. 1900 Culture: French Medium: wool, silk, fur Dimensions: Length at CB: 52 in. cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs.

Evening dress Date: 1937 Medium: rayon, silk

Evening dress Date: 1937 Culture: French Medium: rayon, silk Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. William Dubilier, 1964 - The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Silk velvet cocktail dress by Maggy Rouff, French, 1934-36. Label: "Maggy Rouff/Av.des Champs-Elysees/136 Paris 136/43536/Modele Depose/Made in France/Paris"

Early blue velvet dress gown extreme gather criss cross rouching vintage fashion style Designer: Maggy Rouff (French, Date: Culture: French Medium: silk Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Maxime L.

1930s Menswear

This is more leisurewear for men during the They would wear polo shirts and sports shirts either tucked in or left out. Jackets made out of goat skin also became popular for menswear.

Dinner Dress  Jeanne Lanvin, 1939  The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Dinner dress House of Lanvin (French, founded Designer: Jeanne Lanvin (French, Date: 1939 Culture: French Medium: silk, spangles

French Dress - 1930's - The Metropolitan Museum of Art - @~ Mlle

Evening Dress - by Madeline Vionnet (French, - The Metropolitan Museum. Interesting-I have this on my board because that's where the Met puts it. Also, the manufacturer is not ID'd-further research needed!

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