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Dress  1810–15

American Silk Dress, The use of the bias cut in the bodice, band collar and draped sleeves gives this Empire dress an unusual surprisingly modern minimalistic sensibility.

One-piece full length blue silk empire-line dress, 1810–1813. Springfield-Faithfull family collection, National Museum of Australia. Photos: Dragi Markovic.

Australian Dress Register - Silver and blue shot silk dress National Museum of…

DigitaltMuseum - Antrekk

Digitalt Museum - Antrekk Made in Norway, silk lined with linen fabric in plain weave. Diagram of pattern pieces included!

Wedding ensemble (image 2) | American | 1808 | silk, cotton, metal, ivory | Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: 2009.300.1436a–g

Wedding Ensemble Date: 1808 Culture: American Medium: silk, cotton, metal, ivory Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 58 in.

c.1820 "The puffed sleeves of this dress are an indication to the historicism in dress at the time. As a reinterpretation of 16th-century slashing, they make a statement about the Renaissance and the rebirth of artistic notions. The beautiful hem detail is also typical of the period spanning 1820. These details gave weight and shape to an otherwise unbroken line of fabric, which was so prevalent in the decades prior to it."

Romantic Period Dress (Ball Gown) Date: ca. 1820 - American Medium: silk Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, Brooklyn Museum Collection

Regency England 1811 bis 1820 - Empire France 1799 - 1814

Court dress attributed to Empress Josephine, after 1810 From the Chateau de Malmaision Costume Collection app: “ “This silk tulle dress is exquisitely embroidered with motifs of carnations and other.

Dress (image 1) | American | 1810-15 | silk |  Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: 2009.300.2781

Dress, American, Silk / Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection/Metropolitan Museum of Art

Lovely 1818 yellow evening dress with net overlay.:

Regency Fashion: The Muslin and Net Period

Evening dress, ca 1818 England, LACMA. Yellow (often called by the shade, e., primrose) was a very popular color during the Regency.

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