Vintage lingerie by Jacques Fath in L’Officiel, 1956

Vintage lingerie by Jacques Fath in L’Officiel, 1956

Amazing dress by Jacques Fath, 1951. #vintage #1950s #fashion                                                                                                                                                      Mais

Amazing dress by Jacques Fath, 1951. #vintage #1950s #fashion Mais

Vintage Dior  Jacques Fath by Walde Huth, Paris, 1955                                                                                                                                                      Mais

Vintage Dior Jacques Fath by Walde Huth, Paris, 1955 Mais

Jacques Fath 1952 with <3 from JDzigner www.jdzigner.com

Jacques Fath 1952 with <3 from JDzigner www.jdzigner.com

Jacques Fath known for showing off the female figure and slim dresses

Photo Willy Maywald 1951

Jacques Fath known for showing off the female figure and slim dresses

Suit created by Jacques Fath, 1954. Photo by Philippe Pottier. #vintage #suits…

Suit created by Jacques Fath, 1954. Photo by Philippe Pottier. #vintage #suits…

1955 Jacques Fath

1955 Jacques Fath

Dovima. Vogue, April 1956. Pleated capelet and black dress by Jacques Fath. Photo: Henry Clarke.

Dovima. Vogue, April 1956. Pleated capelet and black dress by Jacques Fath. Photo: Henry Clarke.

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Jacques Fath- A French fashion designer, he was known for his unique fabric choices and shapes. During his popularity he dressed the likes of Ava Gardner, Greta Garbo, and Rita Hayworth. Jacques Fath is today considered one of the three most dominant influences on postwar haute couture.

Jacques Fath- A French fashion designer, he was known for his unique fabric choices and shapes. During his popularity he dressed the likes of Ava Gardner, Greta Garbo, and Rita Hayworth. Jacques Fath is today considered one of the three most dominant influences on postwar haute couture.

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