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RECONSTRUCTIONS: Description of Dresses and Patterns
Crinoline for the role of Barbara Radziwiłł (1865)
Crinoline with velvet ribbons (1865)
Crinoline in stripes (1868)
Crinoline with meanders (1869)
Riding Habit (1870)
Bustle ball gown - one (1871)
Bustle ball gown - two (1871)
Mary Stuart (1872)
Princess style with flowers (1878)
Julia (1878)
Cleopatra (1880)
Princess style with fur (1880)
Princess style black and white (1882)
Bustle gown with tassels (1884)
White bustle (1885)
Bustle with saber (1886)
Beaded ball dress (1891)
Art nouveau with buttons (1898)
Swimsuit (1900)
Classic art nouveau (1903)
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Evening dress made of two fabrics: one with a pattern of large flowers and another with embroidered birds. Bodice stiffened with baleen firmly fitted in the waist. Front of the bodice asymmetrically draped with flowery fabric. The lower part including a bib (bavette) made ​​of fabric in bird pattern. Back is cut from the fabric with flowers with lacing in the middle. Neckline on the back is decorated with beads. Underarm and shoulder trimmed with fur. Muslin or chiffon sleeves, cut along the entire length and draped above the elbow, along the edges are sewn with beads. Beads also adorn a front bib. Front of the skirt made of bird pattern fabric is slightly draped on the sides at the waist. Beads are sewn-in to the side seams. Back of flowery fabric has sewn into the center a triangle also in the flowery pattern which creates a train. The entire bottom of the skirt is trimmed with fur. Dress is completed with a ruff.
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