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Paul Poiret (Testimony) 1930 Portrait, Doll by Marie Vassilieff

Paul Poiret and Rosine Perfumes

1915 Paul Poiret 'Mam'zelle Victoire' scent launched by Parfums Rosine; artwork and ads attributed to Georges Lepape.

Marty 1922 Paul Poiret Afternoon Dress, "Voila le Printemps", Gazette du Bon Ton

1922 Paul Poiret black & red afternoon dress with child or nymph in white tunic; 'Voila le printemps' illustration from la Gazette.

La Rose d'Iribe  Paul Poiret  (French, Paris 1879–1944 Paris)  Designer: Textile by Raoul Dufy (French, Le Havre 1877–1953 Forcalquier) Date: 1913

La Rose d'Iribe Paul Poiret (French, Paris Paris) Designer: Textile by Raoul Dufy (French, Le Havre Forcalquier) Date: 1913 Culture: French Medium: (a)silk (b) linen, wool, cotton.

1922 - Paul Poiret - Couture - Esquisses et Croquis……re pinned by Maurie Daboux 웃╰☆╮

1922 Paul Poiret by Muguette Buhler - sketch in pencil & watercolour of long dress with cape back, festoon & pompom at side.

Paul Poiret 1922 Dress Rembrandt, Sighthound, Greyhound

Paul Poiret 1922 Dress Rembrandt Style, Sighthound photography by Boris Lipnitzki — original fashion print

Paul Poiret fashion dress. Illustration.

French Fasion - Dress by Paul Poiret, Dress by Worth, 1900's French Fashion Styles 1979 Vintage Book Plate

Paul Iribe, Illustrations for Paul Poiret

Paul Iribe, Illustrations for Paul Poiret

Couturier Les robes de Paul POIRET 1908 par Paul IRIBE

Art-Nouveau -styled fashion plate by French fashion designer Paul Poiret. The hand-stenciled pochoir print by the artist Paul Iribe. More info on Paul Poiret: lib.edu/art-architecture-library/les-robes-de-pa.

ca 1906 Poiret trade card advertises a showing of children's wear. Early on, illustrator Bernard Naudin was responsible for stationery & graphic materials at House of Poiret.

* Early on, illustrator Bernard Naudin was responsible for the stationery and graphic materials of the House of Poiret. This trade card, circa 1906, advertises a showing of children's wear.
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