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Découvrez la collection d'émotions #Hermesistible sur http://hermes.com/hermesistible

Découvrez la collection d'émotions #Hermesistible sur http://hermes.com/hermesistible

Hermès lance Hermèsistible, le dictionnaire illustrés des sentiments | Glamour

Hermès lance Hermèsistible, le dictionnaire illustré des sentiments

Hermès lance Hermèsistible, le dictionnaire illustrés des sentiments | Glamour

Madame Grès, photographed by Eve Arnold, Paris, 1977 Germaine Émilie Krebs (1903–1993), known as Alix Barton and later as "Madame Grès", relaunched her design house under the name Grès in Paris in 1942. Prior to this, she worked as "Alix" or "Alix Grès" during the 1930s.[1][2] Formally trained as a sculptress, she produced haute couture designs for an array of fashionable women, including the Duchess of Windsor, Marlene Dietrich, Greta Garbo, Jacqueline Kennedy, and Dolores del Río.[3]

Madame Grès, photographed by Eve Arnold, Paris, 1977 Germaine Émilie Krebs (1903–1993), known as Alix Barton and later as "Madame Grès", relaunched her design house under the name Grès in Paris in 1942. Prior to this, she worked as "Alix" or "Alix Grès" during the 1930s.[1][2] Formally trained as a sculptress, she produced haute couture designs for an array of fashionable women, including the Duchess of Windsor, Marlene Dietrich, Greta Garbo, Jacqueline Kennedy, and Dolores del Río.[3]

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