Fur stoles – Etoles de Fourrures. Modèles de Révillon Frères.
Fur stoles – Le style parisien. Plate VI. 1915.
Etoles de Fourrures. Modèles de Révillon Frères.
(Révillon *). Samll cape in skunk forming a peak back and front. The collar is turned back in the shape of a ” col châle “. The two points in front are trimmed with great bows of velvet ribbon to match, fringed with silk. Muff shaped in sections like a melon.
(Révillon). Stole in ” martre du Nord ” made in a peak with celluloid buttons imitating marble encircled with golden metal- Soft muff to match.
(Révillon). Stole in ermine and skunk. Two front pieces in white passementerie mingled with little tails. The back forms a large collar in skunk. The lower part of the muff is in ermine, the upper part in skunk with the head on the right, the paws and tail on the left, and the wrong side is in velvet matching the skunk.
(Révillon). Stole in sitka fox extremely voluminous, rich and expensive in appearance; each side takes two long fox skins, one with the head upwards, the other with the head hanging down.
Louis-Victor Révillon established in 1723 the famous leather and fur company in Paris at 159, Rue St. Honoré called la Maison Givelet (Actually 2014 at Paris’ Avenue Montaigne. Artistic director, Andrew Heather, formally at Givenchy).
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Gallery:Le style parisien. Plate VI. Supplément du ” Style Parisian ” No 3. Le Directeur – Gérant: Lucien Vogel.
Modèles du Style Parisien d’après les Tissus de Rodier.
Robes en Faille et Panécla.
Modéles du “Style Parisian” d’après le Tissus de Rodier. Le style parisien 1915.
Dress in old blue pekiné corded silk (Rodier No 05939) trimmed with cross way band of panécla * to match: pane of vegetable silk, (Rodier No 05965) collar and sleeves of white lace.
Dress in bronze colored panécla *; a pane of soft shiny vegetable silk (Rodier No 05965) trimmed with thick old gold silk twist, narrow edge to match passing below the bottom of skirt. Collar in ivory pane lined and bordered with sable.
Dress in panécla; vegetable silk pane soft and shiny (Rodier No 06026).
Panama binding and tissue Panécla: Velvet, the pile is made of silk; usually embroidered with colorful silk yarns.
Gallery: Le style parisien 1915. Plate III. Supplément du ” Style Parisian ” No 3. Le Directeur – Gérant: Lucien Vogel.
Related: Fin de siècle era, Art Nouveau, Art deco, Flapper, Gibson girls, Roaring Twenties.
Left: Dress of plain claret velvet. Waistcoat and edging of the pockets in pink cloth. Silver embroidery at the collar, wrists and pockets. Cockades in silver ribbon; round silver buttons. Hat from Lanvin to match.
Right: Afternoon dress in black crimped crape trimmed with mole. Cockades of narrow faille ribbon arranged from top to bottom along the front. The bands of mole are placed in circles on the skirt and on the bodice, nearly under the arms. They also form epaulets. The gathered sleeves, widened as the elbow are transparent over the arm. Big soft muff to match. Hat from Lanvin`s in mole.
Gallery:Le style parisien. Plate I. Supplément du ” Style Parisian ” No 3. Le Directeur – Gérant: Lucien Vogel.
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