Charles Frederick Worth


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Noun1.Charles Frederick Worth - French couturier (born in England) regarded as the founder of Parisian haute couture; noted for introducing the bustle (1825-1895)
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Artifacts include a register book showing the 1,600 libraries financed by Andrew Carnegie, an 1881 gown designed by Charles Frederick Worth for philanthropist Mary Eno Pinchot, an early edition of Beethoven's Symphony No.
Charles Frederick Worth, who created the first couture house, was a contemporary of Charles Dickens.
Having worked in Paris for the world's first ever couturier, Charles Frederick Worth, before her marriage to Zandra's truck driver father, she set up her own shop, Beatrice Modes, in Chatham and lectured at Medway College of Art.