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Evening dress (back view) Charles James  Date: ca. 1944 Culture: American Medium: silk, metal Accession Number: 2009.300.3486

Charles James Evening Dress - Back - c. 1944 - by Charles James (American, born Great Britain, - Silk, metal - Watsonette

Evening dress Evening dress   Charles James  (American, born Great Britain, 1906–1978)  Date: 1930s Culture: American. Sideway front

~Evening dress Charles James (American, born Great Britain, Date: Culture: American Medium: synthetic~

Charles James Evening dress, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of Millicent Huttleston Rogers

Charles James Ball Gown, 1948 via Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Millicent Huttleston Rogers, 1949

Dress (Ball Gown) Charles James Date: 1948 Culture: American Medium: silk Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, Gift of Millicent Huttleston Rogers, 1949

Sewing the 60s - Dressing the Decade. A study on 60's sewing patterns, year by year

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Sewing the - Dressing the Decade. A study on sewing patterns, year by year High quality Vintage maps. I definitely love the 1960 and 1961 style!

Ribbon Charles James  (American, born Great Britain, 1906–1978)  Date: 1947 Culture: American Medium: silk. Front

Ribbon Charles James (American, born Great Britain, Date: 1946 Culture: American Medium: rayon/wool, silk

SwanBy far the most complex James design in the Museum's collection, the Swan is made of more than thirty layers and nearly one hundred pattern pieces. Although James usually focused on one or two main concepts per design, this dress suggests that he was exploring combinations of influences and approaches.

SwanBy far the most complex James design in the Museum's collection, the Swan is made of more than thirty layers and nearly one hundred pattern pieces. Although James usually focused on one or two main concepts per design, this dress suggests that he was exploring combinations of influences and approaches.

"Diamond" evening dress, 1957 Charles James (American, born Great Britain, 1906–1978) Silk: ivory satin: mushroom gros de londres; black velvet. Front

"diamond" Evening Dress, 1957 Charles James (american, Born Great Britain, The Met Silk: Ivory Satin: Mushroom Gros De Londres;

Evening dress, Worth, 1893. Yellow silk satin. Low, wide neckline embroidered w/silver-colored cord & rhinestones, trimmed w/silk fabric flowers at front. Pattern pieces create illusion of bodice wrapping right over left. Sleeves are gold silk velvet & crepe. Self-fabric skirt embroidered w/silver-colored cord, gold-colored beads, sequins, and rhinestones. Lower edge of skirt bordered w/twisted garland of 2 shades of yellow crepe and backed w/gold velvet. Long train. Chicago History Museum

Low, wide neckline embroidered w/silver-colored cord & rhinestones, trimmed w/silk fabric flowers at front.

"La Sirène" Charles James  Date: 1939 Culture: American Medium: silk Accession Number: 2009.300.587

if only my body would look good in this :/ "La Sirène" Charles James (American, born Great Britain, Date: 1939 Culture: American Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 64 in.

Designer: Charles James (American, born Great Britain, 1906–1978) Date: 1944–45 Culture: American Medium: silk

silk Evening dress by Charles James. Charles James produced some of the most memorable garments ever made. He began his design career in the It peaked between the late and when his scarce and highly original gowns

Charles James c1944, possibly from an earlier design | The Met

Evening dress Charles James Date: ca. possibly from an earlier design Culture: American Medium: silk Accession Number:

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