Another old custom gone. Art-Goût-Beauté. October 1923. Fashion by Jean Patou, Jeanne Hallée, Molyneux.
When Mme. Sarah Bernhardt first came to America, all her scenic costumes were designed by Maison de couture Félix.
A few pretty novelties. Premet has made a black velvet dress with an edging of paste diamond lace. Philippe et Gaston put large diamond squares on white Georgine crepe.
Getting ready for Deauville. The parsienne is already enjoying foretastes of the idyllic delights of country life.
Mrs. Condé Nast wearing one of the famous Fortuny tea gowns. This one has no tunic but is finely pleated, in the Fortuny manner, and falls in long lines, closely… Read More
Ensembles of Bernard & Cie and Ardanse. Art-Goût-Beauté: feuillets de l’élégance féminine.
Création Chanel. Dress for afternoon-evening worn by Princess Dimitri Romanov, Princess of Russia.
Costume design by French couturier Marie-Louise Bruyère. Marie-Louise Bruyère (1918-1958), called Mme Bruyère (pronounced Broo-yair) was born in rural France, but her ambitious parents, Henri Bruyère and Jeanne Loubet,… Read More
Haute couture dresses by Beer, Redfern. Le style parisien 1915. Dress from Beer`s in almond green corded silk, trimmed with plain black velvet. Clichés Style Parisian, Beer. Dress from Redfern`s… Read More
Haute couture dresses by Redfern and Jenny. Le style parisien 1915. Dress from Redfern`s in ” bleu de France ” corded silk nice pink rose at the side. Clichés Taponier, Beer.… Read More