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Japonisme in Fashion
Deshabille Jeanne Paquin 1912 Although Paquin was one of the largest couture houses in Paris, well-established and renowned for its elegant style, it was also involved with the avant-garde. Some of...
House of Paquin | Evening dress | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Evening dress House of Paquin Designer: Madeleine Wallis (French) Date: spring/summer 1927 Medium: silk, metal Credit Line: Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009; Gift of Mrs. Allen Lehman, 1940
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Bias-Cut Evening Dress (image 2) | House of Paquin | France; Paris | 1937-1938 | chiffon, beads | Kerry Taylor Auctions | June 14, 2016
Alexandre Iacovleff 1934 Paquin, Smoking, Jodelle
Image file to download and vintage original print published in 1934 Alexandre Iacovleff Paquin, Smoking, Jodelle — , Dressmakers
Paquin Couture 1930s Bias Satin Back Crepe and Ostrich Feather Gown
Vintage 1930s Couture Paquin Bias cut Dress Application of Ostrich feathers beginning at point just above front waist line and curving around the body to create full back skirt of individual small strips of feathers. The fabric is a satin backed crepe and has quite a bit of stretch in it No fastens on the dress, it is a pull on dress. no size labels
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A Paquin couture black taffeta and velvet coat, 1890s. with indistinct narrow label stamped in gold with '3 Rue de la Paix, Paris' address, the sleeves with gathered fullness at the elbow, adorned with bands of taffeta and velvet, lined in ivory satin, chest approx 81cm, 32in. You are required to be…
History of Womens Fashion - 1900 to 1919 | Glamour Daze
Concise illustrated history of women's fashion from 1900 to 1919. Dresses and styles from the Edwardian era of the 1900's, and post Edwardian 1910's