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Over the top but I love it.Evening gown, couture, evening dresses, formal and elegant Current favorite designer: Ellie Saab red

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WHITE SHIRTDRESS + PLATFORM SANDALS - Le Fashion (love the dress, would need to be a bit longer on me & the heel on those sandals would definitely lead to a broken neck… but its still a darn cute look I think.

Ensemble, Evening.  Elsa Schiaparelli  (Italian, 1890–1973).  Date: ca. 1931. Culture: French. Medium: silk. Dimensions: a) L. at center back: 25 in. (83.5 cm). b) L. at center back: 44 in. (111.7 cm). c) L. at center back: 53 in. (134.6 cm).

ca 1931 Elsa Schiaparelli evening ensemble of sleeveless silk dress and jacket. Purchase, Irene Lewisohn Bequest, Accession No.

Designed by Elsa Schiaparelli, French (born Italy), 1890 - 1973  1937. Silk crepe with self appliqués and silk velvet ribbon

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Woman's Dress Designed by Elsa Schiaparelli, French (born Italy), 1890 - 1973 Geography: Made in France, Europe Date: Summer 1937 Medium: Silk crepe with self appliqués and silk velvet ribbon

Paul Poiret Hobble Skirt | Ŧhe ₵oincidental Ðandy: Elsa Schiaparelli: The Surreal Life

Cummings,"The Hobble Skirt". Silk and tulle dress with hobble skirt, trimmed in fur, flowers & rhinestones.

schiaparelli hand belt. She pioneered the concept of themed collections—designing around the idea of the Zodiac, say, or Music

Francois Lesage trompe l’oeil belt, 1986 hmm, snazzy :)

Spring 2015 Couture Schiaparelli

Spring 2015 Couture Schiaparelli

Schiaparelli, Vogue pattern1098. 1950's

Vogue 1098 © 1950 Look at the details on the blouse and suit jacket.

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Schiaparelli Fall 2017 Couture Undefined Photos

See the full Fall 2017 haute couture collection from Schiaparelli.

“Of course we don’t want pants!” —French designer Elsa Schiaparelli, when asked on this day in 1933 if women were ready to adopt the new-fangled pants look. Schiaparelli was meeting with the New York Fashion Group, and conceded that—other than pants—women were ready for radical new and striking effects. She also advised that cotton had its place but never in the ballroom and that while sleeves should not be worn full at the elbow, ballooning at the wrist or the shoulder was OK. Shortly after…

"Trouser Skirt" Elsa is snapped wearing a “trouser skirt,” aka culottes, or pants, of her own design.

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