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Empress Elisabeth's Hungarian coronation gown by Charles Frederick Worth

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Charles Frederick Worth 1865 satin ballgown trimmed with tulle, swansdown, crystals and pearls. Be still my heart! This is why Charles Frederick Worth is my favorite 19th century designer.

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1920s gown by Charles Frederick Worth. In this period of time the demand for luxury goods, including textiles and fashionable dress, reached levels that had not been seen since before the French Revolution

Charles Frederick Worth, Evening Dress: Detail View of Embroidered Sleeve. Paris, 1893-1895.

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Charles Frederick Worth In Paris he became the most important influence on this industry, mostly from his enormous capacity to create an aurora around an empire spanning three generations, and because of his unequalled brilliance in designing. His client’s were the rich and famous ladies from Europe, America and even further afield.

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Charles Frederick Worth, the Father of Haute Couture

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replica of Empress Elisabeth's Hungarian coronation gown by Charles Frederick Worth

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Reception or dinner dress, Charles Frederick Worth, ca. 1883. Silk damask, satin, and plain weave (taffeta)

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Remembering the Father of Haute Couture

CHARLES FREDERICK WORTH, British Designer (1826-1895). Widely considered the Father of Haute couture, whose works were produced in Paris in the 19th century.

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