• Charles James Dress - 1945 - by Charles James (American, born Great Britain, 1906-1978) - Silk - The Metropolitan Museum of Art
  • Charles James “Butterfly,” back view by Chicago History Museum, via Flickr
  • Evening Dress, Charles James  1936
  • Charles James (American, born Great Britain, 1906–1978).
  • Charles James, Infanta dress - c. 1952 - This dress is called Infanta, or sometimes Williamsburg, referring to skirts worn at two different times in history. Infanta was a title used by royal women in the seventeenth century Spanish court, whose wide skirts are captured in paintings by Velazquez. Williamsburg refers to the eighteenth century in the United States, when women wore garments called panniers under their skirts to widen their hips - Chicago History Museum
  • Charles James - 1951
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  • Evening dress, Tree, 1957. Silk taffeta. Charles James, New York. Gift of Mrs. William Cameron
  • 1955,Charles James,
  • Charles James gowns, October 1950. Photographer: Eliot Elisofon #CharlesJames
  • Tree    Charles James, 1955    The Victoria & Albert Museum    #1950s
  • Cocktail Dress Charles James (American, born Great Britain, 1906–1978)
  • Charles James “Butterfly,” front view by Chicago History Museum, via Flickr
  • Charles James Ball Gown, 1949–50, Red silk velvet, red silk satin, white cotton organdy The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Arturo and Paul Peralta-Ramos, 1954
  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Charles James
  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Charles James
  • Charles James
  • Charles James grey silk and tulle evening dress, 1950
  • Charles James - 1951 evening dress, James was most known for his ball gowns in rich fabrics and sculpted looks.
  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art - Charles James