Beaded silk satin gown by Norman Hartnell, 1953 ... the flower placement is striking for 1953.

'Ballgowns: British Glamour' Celebrates 60 Years of Couture and British Red Carpet Fashion

Beaded silk satin gown by Norman Hartnell, V Museum Exhibition of Ballgowns - British Glamour since

Evening dress designed by Norman Hartnell for Queen Elizabeth II, 1950’s From the Royal Collection

Evening dress designed by Norman Hartnell for Queen Elizabeth II. From the Royal Collection via Fripperies and Fobs.

Evening dress        Place of origin:        Paris, France (made)      Date:        1957 (made)      Artist/Maker:        Castillo, Antonio, born 1908 - died 1984 (designer)      Lanvin (retailer)      Staron (material, manufacturers)      Materials and Techniques:        Silk with chenille and diamante embroidery      Credit Line:        Given by the Countess of Drogheda

Evening dress

Evening dress Place of origin: Paris, France (made) Date: 1957 (made) Artist/Maker: Castillo, Antonio, born 1908 - died 1984 (designer) Lanvin (retailer) Staron (material, manufacturers) Materials and Techniques: Silk with chenille and diamante embroidery

Dress Worn by Queen Elizabeth II at the 1976 Montreal Olympics  Norman Hartnell

Dress Worn by Queen Elizabeth II at the 1976 Montreal Olympics Norman Hartnell britain blue gown olympic dress canada

Norman Hartnell

A Norman Hartnell gown worn by Princess Margaret at the Silver Jubilee Celebrations for Queen Elizabeth II, and to present a music award to pop group ABBA, 1977 will be showcased.

Ball Gown w/ Evening Coat  Pierre Balmain - Autumn/Winter 1955.  I so wish I had somewhere that I could wear this

1955 Pierre Balmain Ball Gown and matching Evening Coat: Autumn / Winter Collection. Sold for in December 2007

Raudnitz evening dress ca. 1893 From Kerry Taylor Auctions

Item Description: A rare Ernest Raudnitz chiné century inspired taffeta ball gown, circa stamped in gold to the waist-stay 'Ernest Raudnitz, 23 Rue Louis le Grand, Paris' (Kerry Taylor Auctions, 25 June Lot

Dior's glamorous Zemire (1954), a full length skirt, bodice and long jacket by Louise Dahl-Wolf

February 1947 - Dior's New Look. Fashion critic and Harper's Bazaar editor-in-chief Carmel Snow exclaimed, 'It's quite a revelation, dear Christian. Your dresses have such a new look!

Evening gown worn by Queen Elizabeth II. Designed by Norman Hartnell (1957) by estella

Evening dress worn by Queen Elizabeth II on a state visit to Paris in 1957 with gold and white beadwork. The dazzling, jewel-like details of the embroidered design include miniature bees, grasses, wheat and wild flowers.

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