'Golden Glamour: The Edith Stuyvesant Vanderbilt Gerry Collection' on view at the RISD Museum - Alain.R.Truong
Paul Poiret (French, 1879-1944), Coat, 1922. Silk velvet, fur, metallic silk embroidery, and faux pearls. Length: 147.3...
A Paul Poiret dinner gown, circa 1918-20, labelled
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Paul Poiret (1879-1944): French Fashion Designer
+ JMJ + Paul Poiret, (born April 20, 1879, Paris, France—died April 30, 1944, Paris), French couturier, was the most fashionable dress designer of pre-World War I Paris. More than any other designer of the twentieth century, Poiret elevated fashion to the status of an artform. (Source) His contributions to twentieth-century fashion have been likened to Picasso's contributions to twentieth-century art. (Source) Les Idees Nouvelles de la Mode ~ Tres Parisien, 1923 Brand: Paul Poiret Pochoir…
Paul Poiret ~ 1879-1944 - Head to Toe Fashion Art
Paul Poiret 1879-1944 This Biography and archive of rare photos and designs is unique to headtotoefashionart.com 2016. A Fashion Designer of Paris
Paul Poiret: The King of Modern Fashion
I am completely smitten by the exotic Belle Epoque designs of French fashion genius Paul Poiret. A recent article on the blog Comunidade de Moda re-inspired my passion, and I have translated bits of the article on Poiret by Mari Yaghi (with a bit of help from Babelfish) -- hope you enjoy! [There was a retrospective at the MET in 2007 of Poiret's work, which I unfortunately missed! (click on the link to see more of his designs). Were any of you lucky enough to see it?] "Half a century before…
Mantle | Paul Poiret | V&A Search the Collections
Mantle made of yellow wool lined with silk chiffon,worn by Emilie Grigsby, designed by Paul Poiret, Paris, c.1913. Museum Number T.165&A-1967.
CHILD'S TUNIC AND SKIRT OUTFIT BY PAUL POIRET
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