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Paul Poiret at the The Metropolitan Museum of Art

PAUL POIRET : Uncorseted gown 1913.

* Poiret design for Miss Anita Blair Gown, 1913 Paul Poiret Black and White silk satin with glass bead embroidery. Worn by Miss Anita Blair at the debut ball of Gladys High. This was the first couture dress designed for an uncorseted figure.

Raglan sleeves, color blocking.  Definitely the 1910's silhouette Evening wrap 1912-14 - poiret #vintage #fashion #1910s

Evening wrap with raglan sleeves, color blocking. (In the Museum Costume Institute Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History Great Britain and Ireland, 1900 A.

Coat 1910-12

WOOL COAT with APPLIQUE and FUR TRIM, EARLY C. Light brown with exaggerated wizard sleeve appliqued in darker brown with black silk tassels, fur collar and cuff, contrasting faux button trim and satin lining.

Dress with Attached Wrap Paul Poiret, designer French, 1879-1944 Paul Poiret, design house Dress with Attached Wrap, ca. 1925 Silk satin weave with painted velvet decoration 59.031.3

Dress with Attached Wrap Paul Poiret, design house Dress with Attached Wrap, ca. 1925 Silk satin weave with painted velvet decoration Rhode Island School of Design Back 2

An example of how a distinguished male would look in Intimate Apparel. This would probably be the kind of outfit Esther would make for George.

This is an example of the typical attire for the Edwardian male. There were not many drastic changes to men's fashion during the turn of the century, except a slimmer silhouette and straight shoulders.

Шёлковое винтажное пальто, Париж 1911 vintage_lace  Paul Poiret (French, Paris 1879–1944 )

Opera coat Paul Poiret (French, Paris Paris) Date: 1911 Culture: French Fabric : SILK

Prendre des détails du passé pour créer la mode future! FCDG 1992 citation

1890 This dress is in keeping with the interest in historical revivals popular in the century. The long puffed sleeves refer to both Elizabethan and early styles. The one-piece construction indicates it was probably intended for formal reception at home.

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Dress, Poiret, ca. Metropolitan Museum of Art colorful stripes blue red pink green gold yellow sleeveless unique style vintage flapper art deco

Afternoon dress Paul Poiret 1922 Les Arts Décoratifs, Paris (Photographer: Jean Tholance) www.vintageclothin.com

Edwardian flapper transition era black green graphic print embroidered silk afternoon tea dress by Paul Poiret, made of Moroccan crepe silk

From the House of Worth is an example of historical value: a numbered couture coat, c.1901, created under the stewardship of Jean Phillipe Worth.

From the House of Worth is an example of historical value: a numbered couture coat, circa created under the stewardship of Jean Phillipe Worth.

Opera coat by Paul Poiret, 1912 France (Paris), Met Museum

Opera coat Paul Poiret (French, Paris Paris) Date: 1912 Culture: French Medium: silk, metal Dimensions: Length at CB: 16 in. cm) Credit Line: Purchase, Irene Lewisohn Bequest, 1982 Accession Number:

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