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Mistinguett, Molyneux Dress, 1934 By Horst P. Horst

Evening gown, 1949 Edward Molyneux (French, born Britain, 1891–1974) Mauve acetate satin-backed crepe; pleated and girdled midriff; replicated the fluted neckline seen on many Greek and Roman statues.

Barbette aka Vander Clyde - 1935 - American female impersonator, high wire performer, and trapeze artist - Photo by Studio d´Ora, Paris

A Molyneux London day dress and bolero, circa 1936

Jean Patou (1880-1936) French fashion designer & founder of the Jean Patou brand. In 1912, he opened a small dressmaking salon called "Maison Parry". In 1919, he became known for eradicating the flapper considered the inventor of the knitted swimwear & the tennis skirt. He is credited with inventing the "designer tie" in the 1920s when men's ties, made in the same fabric as the women's dress collection, were displayed in department stores next to Patou's perfume counter.

beautiful draping (favorite type of wedding gown)

MOLYNEUX circa 1930 Garden party dress in white with black dots

Molyneux Dress - 1926 - by Edward Molyneux (French (born England), 1891-1974) - Silk