Art déco fashion. The Time between c. 1910 and 1940. – it was, in the midst of the general new departures of classical modernism, a design connection between elegance and form, precious materials, strength of color and sensuality of the subject. The ideas and suggestions received the Art Deco from all directions of development of modernity that were bundled in Paris like nowhere else.
Keywords: The fashion of the Jazz Age. Androgyny, Luxury, The Flapper, The Charleston girls. French Designers like Paul Poiret, Coco Chanel, Elsa Schiaparelli, Jean Patou. Tubular silhouette, The Cloche hat.
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.
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.
Knitted dresses with fur or wool collar. Le style parisien 1915. Plate XX.
Petites Robes en Tricot ou Lainage Garnies de Fourrures. Modèles ” du Style Parisien “.
Fig. 240. Dress made in bands of different stuffs but similar shades; jersey and silk, cloth and crépe de Chine (the newest fashion for mourning) taffeta and serge, etc. … . The collar my be either of some thick material; velvet or cloth, or light one such as crépe or chiffon.
Fig. 241. Dress in iron grey spun or woolen material trimmed with stitching or narrow braid; belt in shiny leather; fox fur at the collar and sleeves.
Fig. 242. Dress in light snuff-colored spun or woolen stuff trimmed with kolinski. The belt consists of a band of shiny leather edged with the spun or woollen stuff.
Fig. 243. Dress in woolen or spun material of an iron grey tint, trimmed with Sitka fox; braiding and silver buttons.
Fig. 244. Dress in black spun or woolen stuff; collar and buttons in jaguarette of a fine tawny hue.
Fig. 245. Dress in light beige wool or jersey material trimmed with putois. The belt and the band of the skirt are in shiny leather.
Gallery: Le style parisien.Planche XX. Supplément du ” Style Parisian ” No 3. Le Directeur – Gérant: Lucien Vogel.
Diner Gowns – Robes de Diner. Premet, Paquin, Dœuillet.
Art deco Diner Gowns. Le style parisien 1915. Plate XIX.
Robes de Diner. Premet, Paquin, Dœuillet.
(Premet). Dress of black tulle embroidered with a design in blue, and gold; foundation of black satin, bands of skunk.
(Paquin). Black velvet dress, the back of the bodice is entirely made of silver lace which is brought over the shoulders and forms a yoke in front. The skirt is trapped and caught up behind with a touch of silver lace. Trimming in skunk.
(Dœuillet). Dress of black velvet and Chantilly over a foundation in Liberty silk.
Gallery: Le style parisien.Planche XIX. Supplément du ” Style Parisian ” No 3. Le Directeur – Gérant: Lucien Vogel.
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