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Models, Muth (left) and Lyla Zelensky (right), wearing bicornes by Schiaparelli, unpublished image for French Vogue, Paris, October 1938. Photo Erwin Blumenfeld

Ervin Muth (left) and Lyla Zelensky (right), unpublished image for French Vogue, Paris, October 1938

Vintage Elsa Schiaparelli Hat

Mad for Hats - Fashion Photography's love affair with the hat

designs by elsa schiaparelli 1949 red satin evening hat clip from Van Cleef & Arpels

Photo Willy Maywald 1948 Elsa Schiaparelli Robe d'apres midi

Elsa Schiaparelli Robe d’apres midi 1948

Lisa Fonssagrives stars in a 1952 Vogue spread “Spice Pinks to Summer In,” photographed by Richard Rutledge.

The Look of Pink in Vogue: La Vie en Rose

Model lounging on bed, wearing Claire McCardell's pink and white striped dress Vogue 1952 Photo Richard Rutledge Lisa Fonssagrives in “Spice Pinks to Summer In” Richard Rutledge, Vogue, April 1952

Schiaparelli Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Woman's Dress

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Woman's Dress Designed by Elsa Schiaparelli, French (born Italy), 1890 - 1973 Geography: Made in France, Europe Date: Summer 1937 Medium: Silk crepe with self appliqués and silk velvet ribbon

Elsa Schiaparelli (1890–1973) was an Italian fashion designer. She is regarded as one of the most prominent figures in fashion between the two World Wars. Starting with knitwear in 1927, Schiaparelli's designs were heavily influenced by Surrealists like Salvador Dali & Jean Cocteau. Schiaparelli added evening wear in 1931 using luxury silks, culminating in acquiring her salon at 21 Place Vendôme. Elsa did not adapt to fashion changes after World War II & finally closed the couture house in…

Elsa Schiaparelli (1890–1973) was an Italian fashion designer. She is regarded as one of the most prominent figures in fashion between the two World Wars. Starting with knitwear in 1927, Schiaparelli's designs were heavily influenced by Surrealists like Salvador Dali & Jean Cocteau. Schiaparelli added evening wear in 1931 using luxury silks, culminating in acquiring her salon at 21 Place Vendôme. Elsa did not adapt to fashion changes after World War II & finally closed the couture house in…

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