Deux créations de Lucile Paray, 1933. Feuillets de l’élégance féminine.

Lucile Paray, parisian chic, haute couture, fashion, art deco, costumes
Deux créations de Lucile Paray, 1933.

Deux créations de Lucile Paray, 1933.

CLAN. Manteau redingote, por le voyage, en loinage marine. Col souple à larges revers croisés travaillés de piqûres. Decoupes allongeantes piqûrées. Mouvement de poches.

CLAN. Robe en lainage fantaisie à grand écossais trois tons. Col et ceinture de velours. Effet de pèlerine au corsage formant deux pointes au devant et une derrière.

Feuillets de l’élégance féminine. January 1933.

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