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Un vestido de satén, centro, derecha y cerrado con un tobogán de metal, y un cabo del fraile otomana, derecha, de Schiaparelli de 1936 Fotografiado por André Durst

Surrealismo. Looks by Schiaparelli, Fotografia de André Durst para Vogue,

Elsa Schiaparelli cuya fuente de inspiración principal era el surrealismo.

Junto a Coucteau, diseñó una colección de prendas en los que se integraban los rostros creando ilusiones ópticas, como este abrigo bordado con rosas mediante la técnica del Lesage.

Elsa Schiaparelli, Chaqueta de noche Cocteau, invierno 1937, bordada por la casa Lesage #FashionLover

En “Moulin Rouge” , el cineasta americano John Huston muestra su gran hacer en el innovador uso del color, inspirado en el universo de ...

Surrealismo / Surrealism

En la luna de Valencia los pies el resto reposando como una flor de té... G.M. Rafal Olbinski

1949. Salvador Dali and Elsa Schiaparelli Jewelry Collaboration. Elsa Schiaparelli was influenced by Surrealist art. Salvador Dalí was a prominent surrealist painter born in Figueres, Catalonia, Spain. Photo by ?

1949. Salvador Dali and Elsa Schiaparelli Jewelry Collaboration. Elsa Schiaparelli was influenced by Surrealist art. Salvador Dalí was a prominent surrealist painter born in Figueres, Catalonia, Spain. Photo by ?

Elsa Schiaparelli designer couture 30s evening gown long dress white with novelty print wrap gloves vintage fashion style

La evolución de la moda durante el siglo XX (III): de 1930 a 1940

Repaso a las principales tendencias y diseñadores del mundo de la moda durante el siglo XX. El segundo post está dedicado a los años que van de 1930

schiaparelli hand belt. She pioneered the concept of themed collections—designing around the idea of the Zodiac, say, or Music

schiaparelli hand belt. She pioneered the concept of themed collections—designing around the idea of the Zodiac, say, or Music

Elsa Shiaparelli, Chanel’s arch enemy, who flirted with surrealism and brought shock factor into fashion. Elsa Schiaparelli shot to fame by mixing in Parisian society’s right circles which took her all the way to Hollywood where she dressed Greta Garbo and Mae West.

Elsa Schiaparelli (1890-1973)

Elsa Shiaparelli, Chanel’s arch enemy, who flirted with surrealism and brought shock factor into fashion. Elsa Schiaparelli shot to fame by mixing in Parisian society’s right circles which took her all the way to Hollywood where she dressed Greta Garbo and Mae West.

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