Traje de chaqueta diseñado por Poiret alrededor de 1914

model in Poiret suit, 1914

Poiret - Gray Suit (Wanamaker) - 1914

1914 Poiret Gray Suit: Totally works for Easter Uprising timeperiod

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1921 - 'Eventail" Paul Poiret Evening Dress in Les Modes (Paris)

Paul Poiret coat 1912: staggered stripes, diagonal button band; transition of color from sleeve to body

Coat, ca. 1912 Paul Poiret (French, Natural and blue striped woven linen, blue silk, and faux abalone buttons . I'd wear this in a heartbeat.

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L’Art-de-la-Robe1911-4

The first cited fashion photo shoot in 1911 by a young unknown called Edward Steichen, "L'Art de la Robe Paul Poiret,

Denise Poiret wearing Paul Poiret, June 1928.

Denise Poiret, wife and muse of fashion designer Paul Poiret 1928

Paul Poiret 1929

Red crepe dress with gold embroidery by Paul Poiret, French,

Dress, attributed to Paul Poiret, 1911.

Dress, attributed to Paul Poiret, 1911

Hat Paul Poiret, 1921 The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Picture hat Paul Poiret (French, Paris Paris) Date: ca. 1921 Culture: French Medium: horse hair, cotton Dimensions: Other (circumference): 29 in. cm) Credit Line: Purchase, Gifts from Various Donors Fund, 1982 Accession Number:

Evening coat, Paul Poiret, 1922. Silk, metallic yarn, cut steel beads, and fur. Rhode Island School of Design Museum

Evening coat, Paul Poiret - Silk, metallic yarn, cut steel beads, and fur.

Denise Poiret, 1911  ©AP Photo

1913 Denise Poiret in a version of the Sorbet gown of black & ivory silk satin, with pink hints & seed beads. Image 2 of ©AP Photo

Diversos modelos criados por Paul Poiret

Diversos modelos criados por Paul Poiret

Dinner Dress, by Paul Poiret, c. 1920, Beaussant Lefèvre. From the personal wardrobe of Denise Boulet-Poiret.

ca 1920 Poiret dinner dress of black Maresco lace over ivory crêpe de chine. From the personal wardrobe of Denise Poiret.

Evêque Paul Poiret, 1907

Les Arts Décoratifs - Ensemble d’été “Evêque”, Paul Poiret, Paris, 1907

~1910 Paul Poiret Turban~

evening turbans were all an exotic eastern influence which had originated in the oriental fashion movements as a style depicted by Poiret after the Ballets Russe.

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