Paul Poiret , Afternoon Dress and Hat, 1923   (Dress) Silk crepe de chine and velvet with silk and metallic thread embroidery; (hat) silk with leather appliqué and metallic thread embroidery

Afternoon Dress and Hat Paul Poiret, French, 1923 Silk crepe de chine and velvet with silk and metallic thread embroidery; Hat: silk satin and tulle with leather appliqué, metallic thread embroidery, and brass studs

Paul Poiret's Minaret tunic originated from dress inspired by harem pants underneath a flared tunic.  | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Fancy dress costume, 1911 Paul Poiret (French, Seafoam green silk gauze, silver lamé, blue foil and blue and silver coiled cell.

Paul Poiret is a French designer who "freed the bosom, shackled the legs, but gave liberty to the body" with his corset-less designs with narrow hems.

Paul Poiret- Haute couture designer Poiret began at the House of Worth. Poiret developed styles that characterize the period as it is now known.

Poiret. 1922 . Argumentó su batalla contra el corsé porque consideraba que le parecían ridículas las mujeres de busto curvo y trasero prominente, por lo que diseñó un traje sencillo, entallado bajo los pechos y que caía recto hasta los pies.

Evening Dress Paul Poiret, 1926 The Museum at FIT, women's vintage fashion history clothing

Paul Poiret, Silk faille dinner dress, 1922-23  **I like the lines but would prefer a different Color/Pattern

Dinner dress, Paul Poiret France Navy-blue and red silk faille, gold metallic bullion buttons

Dress called "Strozzi" by Paul Poiret. Photo appeared in the April, 1911 edition of "Art and Decoration." Photo by Edward Steichen.

Paul Poiret blue gown photographed by Edward Steichen for the April edition of Art et Decoration, 1911

Paul Poiret Designs, 1910

Várias roupas criadas por Poiret Paul Poiret Designs, Poiret came from a textile trader family. In 1901 Poiret joined the house of Worth.

Paul Poiret. circa 1913. In 1911, Poiret introduced "jupe-culottes" or harem pants. These full pants fell together almost as a skirt would and were worn under a tunic. This style was popular, primarily among women with bohemian tendencies, as most women did not yet wear pants on a regular basis. The same tunic could also be worn over a skirt, a style much more acceptable to the general public. The fashion press dubbed this the "Persian silhouette," in recognition of its supposed origins.

Lapmshade Tunic Paul Poiret, 1913 The FIDM Museum Paul Poiret was the first major Parisian couturier to design clothes meant to be worn without a corset. His inspiration wasn’t so much the idea of.

Paul Poiret. Opera Coat. circa 1924. Stunning cocoon evening coat of black georgette, hand beaded overall in lines of black beads switching to gray translucent beads with a geometric ragged edge formed at the color change.

Published Fine & Rare Beaded Evening Coat by Paul Poiret 1924

ca 1924 Paul Poiret cocoon evening coat of black georgette, hand beaded overall in lines of black beads switching to gray translucent beads with a geometric ragged edge formed at the color change.

Paul Poiret - French couturier during the 1910's known as the "King of Fashion" to Americans, and was considered the most fashionable dress designer of pre-World War I Paris

Paul Poiret - French couturier during the known as the "King of Fashion" to Americans, and was considered the most fashionable dress designer of pre-World War I Paris vintage Poster Ad.

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