Dress and Mantle by Jeanne Lanvin. Le style parisien 1915.
Dress in marine “armare” trimmed with silk braids, collar in white corded silk. Hat by Lanvin.
Mantle to match the dress. Hat turned up on one side and trimmed with breitschwantz. Clichés Style Pariasian.
Gallery: Le style parisien. Supplément du ” Style Parisian ” No 3. Le Directeur – Gérant: Lucien Vogel.
Fig. 264 to 269. All these very simple models are intended to be made of plait stuffs but may be carried out in different materials of similar shades or in two plain materials of different shades. They will also be found very suitable models for mourning by replacing the plaids by crape or otherwise. May mourning dresses are made without crape, in cloth and Crêpe de Chine mingled.
Gallery:Le style parisien. Planche XXIV. Supplément du ” Style Parisian ” No 3. Le Directeur – Gérant: Lucien Vogel.
Glamorous life in 1850. Fashions under the Restoration. Echoes of Bon Ton.
MESDAMES the Parisians were all on a footing of war from the commencement of the year of grace 1850; the Prince President had substituted for his ordinary Thursday receptions veritable little dancing fêtes, for which Strauss and his orchestra had been ordered to the orangery of the Élysée. Continue reading →
House Gowns – Robes de Maison d’après les Dentelles de Marescot.
Robes de Maison – House gowns. Le style parisien 1915. Plate XXI.
Robes de Maison. Modèles ” du Style Parisien ” d’après les Dentelles de Marescot.
Dress in Poulinette: muslin velvet (Lesur and Co. No. 4710); tunic in white tulle lace embroidered with samll circles in many colors and in silver thread (marescot No. 9893).
Dress of black tulle lace embroidered in gold and black silk (Riechers Marescot No. 154) over an underdress of pink charmeuse (Bianchini), corselet in gold lace. Mantle of similar tulle lace embroidered in black and gold.
Dress in white chiffon scalloped and embroidered in silver (Riechers Marescot No. 9810); the embroidery more delicate than it can be made to appear in the drawing makes a charming effect above the milky tones of the chiffon.
Gallery:Le style parisien. Planche XXI. Supplément du ” Style Parisian ” No 3. Le Directeur – Gérant: Lucien Vogel.
(Jeanne Lanvin). Frock in blue serge, foot of the skirt in velvet of a matching shade. This dress is slipped on like a chemise over under bodice with sleeves. It is split up at the sides as far as the hips over a foundation fastened to the skirt. Trimming of brown and red chain stitching mingled with gold threats. Buttons of blue coroso.
(Georges Dœuillet). Dress in woolen checks. Front of bodice, belt and border of the skirt in satin of the darkest shade of the checks.
(Madeleine Chéruit). Dress in woolen velvet striped in green and black with a blue stripe at intervals. On either side on the hips are two bundles of gathers sewn on up right peasant fashion. The bodice is lined with white taffetas likewise the collar which may be worn closed or open at will. The back is trimmed with a collar in marmot.
Gallery:Le style parisien. Planche XV. Supplément du ” Style Parisian ” No 3. Le Directeur – Gérant: Lucien Vogel.
French first empire modes under the Restoration. (Première Restauration 1814-1815)
Les Modes sous la Restauration. From the Book: The Frenchwoman of the century; Fashions – Manners – Usages, by Octave Uzanne. Illustrations in water colours by Albert Lynch. Engraved in colours by Eugène Gaujean.
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