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Textile in Cotton from Europe

Textile, Cotton, Europe

Works of Art (33)

"Airplane" Dress, spring/summer 2000 (remade 2006), Hussein Chalayan (British, born Cyprus), Fiberglass, metal, cotton, synthetic (2006.251a–c)
Beachwear (Bikini), 1970s, American or European, Cotton (1993.517.40ab)
Bolster Cover, middle of the 18th century, Greece, Epirus, Cotton embroidered with silk (31.42)
"Bondage" suit, 1976, Vivienne Westwood (British); Malcolm McLaren (British), Black cotton with metal fittings (2004.15a,b)

"Bondage" pants, late 1970s, Vivienne Westwood (British); Malcolm McLaren (British), Black cotton sateen with two-piece matching black wool over-kilt (2003.479a–c)
Brassiere, 1920s, French, Silk, cotton (1977.363.18)
"Brother Rabbit," design registered May 20, 1882 (printed 1917–23) (detail), Designed by William Morris (British); Produced by Morris & Company, Merton Abbey, England, Printed cotton (23.163.5)
Bustle, ca. 1871, British, Cotton, metal (1985.27.4)
Coat, ca. 1933, Elsa Schiaparelli (Italian), Cream cotton corded weave, metal (2009.300.1212)
Dress (open robe), 1795, English, Silk, cotton,(C.I.37.46.1)
Dress, ca. 1940, Elsa Schiaparelli (Italian), Blue plain weave cotton (2009.300.146)
"Electricity," 1900, English (Nottingham), Levers machine-made lace (64.229.2)
Ensemble, ca. 1999, Prada (Italian), Brown and white faux tweed checked cotton with brown leather trim (2002.561.1a–d)
Ensemble, late 19th—early 20th century, Slovakian, Cotton, silk, wool (C.I.39.91.30a–g)
Evening ensemble, fall 1952, Emilio Schuberth (Italian), Purple, pink, and black striped silk satin with black cotton lace appliqué (C.I.55.76.12a–d)
Evening gown, 1963, Hubert de Givenchy (French), Coral cotton lace reembroidered with coral-colored beads and coral pieces (1974.184.2)
Half-sewn muslin (Model No. 173), 1947, Charles James (American, born Great Britain), Cotton muslin (2009.300.742)
Hunting and Fishing Scenes, 1769, Designed by Robert Jones; Manufactured at Old Ford, English, Linen and cotton (1983.365)
"Junon" dress, fall/winter 1949–50, Christian Dior (French); Christian Dior Haute Couture (French), Cotton, sequins (C.I.53.40.5a-d)
"La Marchande d'Amours," ca. 1817, Designed by Louis-Hippolyte Lebas (French); Manufactured by Oberkampf, Jouy, France, Cotton (26.238.9a-f)
Lace flounce, 1867, Verdé, Delisle and Company, French (Paris), Linen (43.37.1)
Length of printed cotton, 19th–20th century, William Morris (British); Manufacturer: Morris & Co., Merton Abbey, England, Cotton (23.163.7)
"Mira-Spectrum" textile, ca. 1970, Verner Panton (Danish); Manufacturer: Mira-X, Printed cotton (2001.405.2)
"Persian Shah," ca. 1896, Russian, Printed cotton (36.90.816)
Petticoat, 1830s, American, Cotton (1992.365)

Corset, 1830s, American, Cotton (1987.238)

Sleeve supports, ca. 1828, British, Cotton, baleen (C.I.66.38.5a,b)
Printed cotton (detail), ca. 1830, English, Cotton (63.55.2)
Printed cotton, 1787, French (Jouy), Cotton (37.170)
Round gown, ca. 1798, British, White cotton with polychrome wool crewel embroidered trim (1998.222.1)
Shirt, 1976, Vivienne Westwood (British); Malcolm McLaren (British), Striped brown and white cotton with stenciled and painted slogans, and appliquéd patches (1985.375.6)
T-shirt, 1975–77, Vivienne Westwood (British); Malcolm McLaren (British), White cotton with red, blue, and black silkscreen print (1985.375.13)
Toile de Jouy: Les monuments d'Égypte, ca. 1808, Manufacture de Jouy (French); Designer: Jean-Baptiste Huet I (French), after a drawing by Louis François Cassas (French), Roller-printed cotton (X.404)
Trafalgar chintz, 1806, Attributed to John Bury, Lancashire, England, Cotton (16.28)
Two dresses, ca. 1810, French, White cotton (07.146.5)
"Wandle," design registered July 28, 1884 (printed 1917–23) (detail), Designed by William Morris (British); Produced by Morris & Company, Merton Abbey, England, Printed cotton (23.163.10)