"Bagatelle"  House of Dior  (French, founded 1947)  Designer: Christian Dior (French, Granville 1905–1957 Montecatini) Date: spring/summer 1952 Culture: French Medium: silk

yeoldefashion: “ This super sweet “Bagatelle” afternoon dress is from Dior’s Spring-Summer 1952 collection.

“May” by House of Dior, 1953 France, the Met Museum

"May" evening gown - ivory silk organza with green and purple silk-floss embroidery. Designed with pink satin wrap l Spring/Summer 1953 Christian Dior l The Metropolitan Museum of Art

1955 Jean Desses Haute-Couture Navy Silk Chiffon Sculpted Shelf-Bust Party Dress image 2

1955 Jean Desses Haute-Couture Sculpted Navy Blue Silk Shelf-Bust Party Dress

For Sale on - Exceptional Jean Desses Haute-Couture custom dress straight from the Düsseldorf exhibition in Germany. Jean Desses creations are rare, unique and highly

Dior 'La Ligne Muguet' Dress and Bolero - 1954 - Made for Gloria Guinness - Embroidered silk organza with metal threads, beads, sequins and ribbon, lined with cotton net and boned - Victoria and Albert Museum Collection, London

La Ligne Muguet Object: Evening ensemble Place of origin: Paris, France (made) Date: 1954 (made) Artist/Maker: Dior

Christian Dior (French,1905–1957) and Hattie Carnegie (American, 1889–1956). "Red Dahlia," spring/summer 1952. House of Dior (French, founded 1947). The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Mrs. Byron C. Foy, 1955 (C.I.55.76.4a–h) #reddress

Dior 'Red Dahlia' Dress - SS 1952 - House of Dior (French, founded - Design by Christian Dior (French, - Silk - Watsonette

Red wool evening dress with self-fabric belt, by Norman Norell for Traina-Norell, American, fall/winter 1954-55.

Red wool evening dress with self-fabric belt, by Norman Norell for Traina-Norell, American, fall/winter

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