madame gres-- the perfect red-orange

madame gres-- the perfect red-orange

Madame Grès at the Musée Bourdelle - "For a dress to survive from one era to the next, it must be marked with an extreme purity." ~ Madame Grès "Her favorite fabric was silk jersey, and a single dress could take from 13 to 21 meters. Her talent for pleating could reduce 9 feet of fabric into a mere 2.8 inches." http://www.thefashionhistorian.com/2011/08/madame-gres.html

Madame Grès at the Musée Bourdelle - "For a dress to survive from one era to the next, it must be marked with an extreme purity." ~ Madame Grès "Her favorite fabric was silk jersey, and a single dress could take from 13 to 21 meters. Her talent for pleating could reduce 9 feet of fabric into a mere 2.8 inches." http://www.thefashionhistorian.com/2011/08/madame-gres.html

Madame Grès

One day I'm going to have to learn how to sew so I can make dresses like this.

Madame Grès One day I'm going to have to learn how to sew so I can make dresses like this.

Evening Dress, Madame Grès, 1939 Kerry Taylor Auctions via Tumblr

Evening Dress, Madame Grès, 1939 Kerry Taylor Auctions via Tumblr

Madame Gres designer - Google Search

Revealing Madame Grès

Madame Gres designer - Google Search

Frivolous Fabulous - Madame Grès 1965 Frivolous Fabulous Annex

Frivolous Fabulous - Madame Grès 1965 Frivolous Fabulous Annex

Madame Grès (Alix Barton) 1965-67

Madame Grès (Alix Barton) 1965-67

Evening Dress by Grès. Photo by Phillipe Pottier, 1950.

Evening Dress by Grès. Photo by Phillipe Pottier, 1950.

Мадам Гре. Скульптор высокой моды - Ярмарка Мастеров - ручная работа, handmade

Мадам Гре. Скульптор высокой моды

Мадам Гре. Скульптор высокой моды - Ярмарка Мастеров - ручная работа, handmade

Another dress by Madam Gres....

Madame Grès

Another dress by Madam Gres....

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