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Ensemble, Evening  House of Lanvin  (French, founded 1889)    Designer:      Jeanne Lanvin (French, 1867–1946)  Date:      spring/summer 1923

Evening ensemble spring/summer 1923 House of Lanvin (French, founded Designer: Jeanne Lanvin (French, Medium: silk, metal, rhinestones (hva)

Jeanne Lanvin, 1923. Evening Dress. Front view. White tulle, overall pink ombré ribbonwork embroidery, rosettes in modified latticework pattern; pink crepe de chine a. Dress: Tubular; mid-calf length; dropped-waist bodice; sleeveless; bateau neck; skirt gathered at waistband; CF opening on skirt b. Slip: Pink crepe de chine; tubular; sleeveless; square neck

"Roseraie" silk dress by Jeanne Lanvin (French, for the House of Lanvin (French, founded spring/summer The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Art Deco Coat - c. 1919 - by Paul Poiret (French, 1879–1944). @designerwallace

Paul Poiret - Coat, ca. 1919 Paul Poiret (French, Black silk and wool blend with white leather appliqués and white fur trim

Lanvin Robe de Style 1922

Dress (Robe de Style) House of Lanvin (French, founded Designer: Jeanne Lanvin (French, Date: 1922 Culture: French Medium: metal, silk

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Jeanne Lanvin - Robe du Soir - Broderies de Perles et Strass - 1923

Similar to the Lanvin dresses featured in Season 3 of Mr. Selfridge - Dress (Robe de Style) House of Lanvin (French, founded Designer: Jeanne Lanvin (French, Date: fall/winter Culture: French Medium: silk, plastic, glass

1922 dress

Dress (Robe de Style) House of Lanvin (French, founded Designer: Jeanne Lanvin (French, Date: 1922 Culture: French Medium: silk, glass, metal. The Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art

The classic perfume Arpege, by Lanvin, was launched in 1927, not long after this dress was created. (Gold lame gown by Lanvin, c. 1923. Brooklyn Costume Institute.)

Evening dress House of Lanvin (French, founded Designer: Jeanne Lanvin (French, Date: spring/summer 1923 Culture: French Medium: silk, metal, feather

1927 dress, silk crepe, glass beads and metallic embroidery. Worn as wedding dress. #history #research

Dress - 1927 - Wedding Dress - Silk crepe, glass beads, metallic thread embroidery - Worn by Mrs. (Mary Louise Wright) as a wedding dress in a civil ceremony December 1927 in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Currently, on display at the Met this crystal embellished Robe de Style embodies the Lanvin style. Her aesthetic includes embroidery, with feminine silhouettes a woman of any age could carry because of the low waist and wide skirt the figure was safely hidden making it a less body conscious but trendy style. This signature style of Lanvin resonates with 18th century court dresses.

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“Joan Clement in Lanvin’s crystal embellished robe de style Vogue, November 1926 Photo Edward Steichen”

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