Late fashion designs by Paul Poiret. Salon Oriental 1925.

Paul Poiret, Salon, Orienta, Art deco, Fashion, Costume
Paul Poiret 1925.
Paul Poiret, Salon, Orienta, Art deco, Fashion, Costume
Paul Poiret. Salon Oriental.

Late fashion designs by Paul Poiret

Salon Oriental. 1925. 

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