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Evening dress Attributed to Mrs. Dunstan (American) Designer: Attributed to Jacques Doucet (French, Paris 1853–1929 Paris) Date: 1908–10 Culture: American Medium: silk, pearl.  (detail 3)

Evening dress Attributed to Mrs. Dunstan (American) Designer: Attributed to Jacques Doucet (French, Paris 1853–1929 Paris) Date: 1908–10 Culture: American Medium: silk, pearl. (detail 3)

Jacques Doucet, Ball Gown of Embroidered Peach Silk Velvet with Metallic Floral Decoration. Paris, 1898-1900.

Jacques Doucet, Ball Gown of Embroidered Peach Silk Velvet with Metallic Floral Decoration. Paris, 1898-1900.

Dress (Ball Gown)  Jacques Doucet  (French, Paris 1853–1929 Paris)    Date:      1898–1900  Culture:      French  Medium:      silk  Dimensions:      Length at CF (a): 10 1/4 x CB: 9 1/2 in. (26 x 24.1 cm) Length at CF (b): 43 x CB: 60 x WAB: 73 in. (109.2 x 152.4 x 185.4 cm) Waist: 22 in. (55.9 cm)  Credit Line:      Gift of Orme Wilson and R. Thornton Wilson, in memory of their mother, Mrs. Caroline Schermerhorn Astor Wilson, 1949  Accession Number:      49.3.30a, b

Dress (Ball Gown) Jacques Doucet (French, Paris 1853–1929 Paris) Date: 1898–1900 Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CF (a): 10 1/4 x CB: 9 1/2 in. (26 x 24.1 cm) Length at CF (b): 43 x CB: 60 x WAB: 73 in. (109.2 x 152.4 x 185.4 cm) Waist: 22 in. (55.9 cm) Credit Line: Gift of Orme Wilson and R. Thornton Wilson, in memory of their mother, Mrs. Caroline Schermerhorn Astor Wilson, 1949 Accession Number: 49.3.30a, b

Evening Dress 1907, French, Made of silk

Evening Dress 1907, French, Made of silk

Jacques Doucet Evening Gown Circa 1906- 1907.

Jacques Doucet Evening Gown Circa 1906- 1907.

~Ball gown Jacques Doucet (French, Paris 1853–1929 Paris) Date: 1897 Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: a) CF: 50 1/2"; CB: 56 1/4"; Wa...~

~Ball gown Jacques Doucet (French, Paris 1853–1929 Paris) Date: 1897 Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: a) CF: 50 1/2"; CB: 56 1/4"; Wa...~

This ball gown (ca. 1898-1900 by Jacques Doucet) is simplistic in design, yet extravagant by the choice of materials used.  The sheer overlayer is enhanced by the solid lamé underlayers and a sense of luxury is added by the hidden lace flounce at the hem.  Undoubtedly, a woman would make an entrance in this dress, as it is extremely seductive with its form fitting silhouette and low décolleté.

This ball gown (ca. 1898-1900 by Jacques Doucet) is simplistic in design, yet extravagant by the choice of materials used. The sheer overlayer is enhanced by the solid lamé underlayers and a sense of luxury is added by the hidden lace flounce at the hem. Undoubtedly, a woman would make an entrance in this dress, as it is extremely seductive with its form fitting silhouette and low décolleté.

This 1903 Jacques Doucet afternoon dress is a perfect example of couture during this period. The sheer pink fabric, accented with lace and black and pink ribbon trim, is a dress to be displayed at garden parties and the races. Doucet added interest to his work with his use of unusual trims, illustrating his inventiveness and artistic taste.

This 1903 Jacques Doucet afternoon dress is a perfect example of couture during this period. The sheer pink fabric, accented with lace and black and pink ribbon trim, is a dress to be displayed at garden parties and the races. Doucet added interest to his work with his use of unusual trims, illustrating his inventiveness and artistic taste.

Jacques Doucet, Evening dress. Date: ca. 1906-7. Culture: French. Medium: silk.  Front view. Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Jacques Doucet, Evening dress. Date: ca. 1906-7. Culture: French. Medium: silk. Front view. Metropolitan Museum of Art.

Embroidered gold silk lamé ball gown, by Jacques Doucet, French, 1898-1902. This piece is an exquisite example of a lavish ball gown made by one of the grandest French couture houses of the period. The material used is of the finest quality, extremely delicate and dramatically embroidered. The cut of the bodice is quite seductive, enhancing the silhouette.

Embroidered gold silk lamé ball gown, by Jacques Doucet, French, 1898-1902. This piece is an exquisite example of a lavish ball gown made by one of the grandest French couture houses of the period. The material used is of the finest quality, extremely delicate and dramatically embroidered. The cut of the bodice is quite seductive, enhancing the silhouette.

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