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Charles James (American, born Great Britain, 1906–1978). "Four Leaf Clover" Evening Dress, 1953. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Josephine Abercrombie, 1953 (2009.300.784) #CharlesJames

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Dress Charles James, 1950 The Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

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Charles James - Couturier - Robe de Soirée - 'Ruban' - Camaïeu Doré -1938 - 1940

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fripperiesandfobs: “Charles James evening dress, 1955 From the RISD Museum ”

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Charles James Butterfly Gowns, 1950s. Although he had salons in London an Paris in the 1930s, James was an influential American designer that opened a custom-made business in New York in the 1940s. Known for lavish ball gowns and architectural shapes, James was considered to be among the most original American designers.

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Suit Designer:Charles James (American, born Great Britain, 1906–1978) Date:1961–62 Culture:American Medium:wool

Coat, Charles James, 1947, silk. -The Metropolitan Museum of Art. 2013.383

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Charles James – Architectural Engineer  |  Coletterie

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This is a Charles James 4 leaf clover ball gown. It was inspired by the cage crinoline era with two separate understructures of boning. Skirts weighed about 15 lbs, but sits comfortably on the hips. It was not completed in time for Austine Hearst to wear to the Eisenhower Inaugural Ball in 1953.

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