Victoriana at the House of Worth Paper Dolls by Charlotte Whatle

  • Model: Exquisite historical gowns
Charles Fredrick Worth was the first couturier to become famous. The lavish Paris creations created by him and his son, Jean-Philippe, set the style for Victorian ladies of fashion including American aristocrats and European Royalty. Artist Charlotte Whatley has lent her extraordinary talent to a new paper doll book published by Paper Studio Press. Eight fantastically ornate gowns from the House of Worth are ready to cut out and dress two elegantly corseted fashion plate ladies. The Worth father and son set the fashion trends as the silhouette evolved from the huge crinoline to the statuesque bustle and train. Each breathtaking gown is drawn with exacting detail, capturing the rich fabrics, delicate trims and ornamental obsession of the turn of the 20th century and is accompanied by informative historical information. Victoriana at the House of Worth is a paper doll book of romantic fashions to enchant collectors and fashion historians.


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