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La 1ère Guerre Mondiale Contraint Madeleine Vionnet à Fermer sa Maison, mais elle Continue à Travailler. Ses Créations de 1917 à 1919 seront parmi les plus Audacieux (ici, en 1918, elle Porte un de ses Modèles)

Madeleine Madeleine Vionnet is a renowned fashion designer that worked in the fashion house of the Callot Soeurs and for Doucet.

Cecil Beaton by George Hoyningen-Huene

Cecil Beaton photographed by George Hoyningen-Huené in the June 1934 Vanity Fair.

Toto Koopman - “All the attention goes to the neck, with a hundred ways to accent its importance. Mainbocher adds a jabot of crinkly pleated white chiffon to a little guimpe that mounds about the throat of a black wool dress, ‘412,’ garnished by a pleated bertha of crinkly black satin ribbon. The black antelope bag is from Germaine Guérin; the Mainbocher hat is of black felt.”

Mainbocher—The Most Important American Designer You’ve Never Heard Of—Is Getting His Due in Chicago

Koopman wearing black wool dress with pleated jabot and black felt hat, both by Mainbocher, and antelope handbag by Germaine Guerin Photo George Hoyningen-Huene

Charles James, 1930s gown. (Source: vintagechampagnefever)  Toto Koopman,evening dress by Augustabernhard, Paris taken by George Hoyningen-Huene supervised and print by Horst P. Horst, 1933

Toto Koopman, Evening Dress by Augustabernhard, Paris. Photograph taken by George Hoyningen-Huene supervised and print by Horst P.

Check out trending dresses for 2018.

Check out trending dresses for 2018.

919 Gostos, 10 Comentários - LAURA (@studio54laura) no Instagram: "One of my favourite fashion pictures.  Toto Koopman in front of a John MacMillan self portrait for…"

Toto Koopman, 1933 George Hoyningen-Huene Silhouette of designer John McMullin in background of Mademoiselle Koopman modeling dress by him

Carol Lombard

Carol Lombard

Les Modes (Paris) Fevrier 1936 Robe du Soir par France Vramant

Unusual gown with square neckline, floral (brocade?) fabric and deep pockets- Les Modes (Paris) Fevrier 1936 Robe du Soir par France Vramant (think designer is probably Madeleine Vramant- more known in little info available)

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