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Marie Hohenzollern - 1867 Countess of Flanders wedding dress

Henriette's mother, Princess Marie Hohenzollern-Sigmaringen, wed Philippe, Count of Flanders on 25 April Seen wearing a diamond and pearl tiara

Reception dress 1880s

Truly Victorian patterns 463 1884 French Basque Bodice a modified TV 361 Butterfly train, shortened. The TV 261 4 gore underskirt. so we'd use the same pattern and brocade but different watered silk for each.

Charles Fredrick Worth evening dress ca. 1888 via The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art

Evening dress House of Worth (French, Designer: Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne Paris) Date: 1888 Metropolitan Museum of Art

"Wedding dress consisting of bodice, train and skirt of embroidered satin and velvet, designed by Charles Frederick Worth made in Paris, 1879-1880. Worn by Clara Mathews for her marriage at St George’s Hanover Square on 19th February 1880 to Colonel Hugh Stafford. She was the daughter of Isaac Merritt Singer, the sewing machine pioneer."

The Wedding Dress: 200 Years of Glam Fashion

Wedding dress consisting of bodice, train and skirt of embroidered satin and velvet, designed by Charles Frederick Worth made in Paris, Worn by Clara Mathews for her marriage at St George’s Hanover Square on February 1880 to Colonel Hugh Stafford.

Sarah Bernhardt (French: [sa.ʁa bɛʁ.nɑʁt]; c. 22/23 October 1844 – 26 March 1923) was a French stage and early film actress, and was referred to as “the most famous actress the world has ever known.” Bernhardt made her fame on the stages of France in the 1870s, at the beginning of the Belle Epoque period, and was soon in demand in Europe and the Americas. She developed a reputation as a serious dramatic actress, earning the nickname “The Divine Sarah.”

Sarah Bernhardt was a French stage and early film actress, and has been referred to as "the most famous actress the world has ever known"

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