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The latest piece of short fiction by Flux regular Robert Leeming. All Things Brighton Beautiful - Short Fiction by Robert Leeming.

Elsa Schiaparelli, 1930's fly brooch and Mlle Schap says to everybody else here "that's not a pin, THIS is a pin".

A surreal giant fly brooch designed by Elsa Schiaparelli in collaboration with Salvador Dali

Elsa Schiaparelli wearing her Stole, hat and bag designs 1930's. #stole #vintagestole See blogpost at http://www.whitestole.com/1/post/2014/03/inspiring-the-ages-couture-ballgown-creations-by-elsa-schiaparelli-we-love.html See entire vintage and silk collection at www.whitestole.com

Elsa Schiaparelli - "Buy only what you need and buy the best" Lobster dress

Joan Olson in black boucle shetland stole with oversized insect pin, both by Schiaparelli, Paris, 1952

1952 Schiaparelli black boucle shetland stole with oversized insect pin.

Elsa Schiaparelli #nomadoftheday #nomadchic #nomad

Elsa Schiaparelli by Teddy Piaz

Ensemble  Elsa Schiaparelli  (Italian, 1890–1973)  Date: winter 1938–39

Lynx fur coat & hat, part of Schiaparelli’s Fall-Winter Collection

Jacket    Elsa Schiaparelli, 1937    The Metropolitan Museum of Art

omgthatdress: Jacket Elsa Schiaparelli, 1937 The Metropolitan Museum of Art I want a vintage Schiaparelli piece desperately.

Elsa Schiaparelli fue una diseñadora anticonvencional. Supo encontrar en el universo onírico del repertorio surrealista, imágenes, disparadoras para su prolífica imaginación aplicada a sus diseños. Schiaprelli y Chanel fueron las destacadas de los años locos, la década del 20' y del 30', entre ellas existía una marcada rivalidad, a pesar que sus creaciones mostraban un estilo totalmente dispar.  Fue de la mano de los dadaístas Francis Picabia y Marcel Duchamp, como se integra al mundo del…

Schiaparelli shoe hat collaboration with Salvador Dali

Elsa Schiaparelli bow sweater

Sweater Elsa Schiaparelli, 1928 The Philadelphia Museum of Art I’ve been on a knitting kick lately. One of my bucket list knitting projects is making myself an Elsa Schiaparelli bowknot sweater. It looks simple to do, but it’s done with a very tricky.

"Be pretty if you can, be witty if you must, but be gracious if it kills you" — Elise De Wolfe. Elise pictured in her Paris apartment wearing a Schiaparelli cape, late 1930s Photography by Cecil Beaton; Courtesy of R. Louis Bofferding

Elsie De Wolfe: America's First Interior Decorator

* Elsie de Wolfe in her Paris apartment wearing a Schiaparelli cape, late 1930 - photo Cecil Beaton

Elsa Schiaparelli evening dress silk embroidered and beaded cape name Apollo of Versailles from winter 1938 1939. In a sui generis gesture to one client, this velvet cape for Lady Mendl refers to her taste for eighteenth-century style and the spectacular, and celebrates the Apollo Founrtain and its proximity to her house in the Parc de Varsailles.

In a sui generis gesture to one client, this velvet cape for Lady Mendl refers to her taste for eighteenth-century style and the spectacular, and celebrates the Apollo Founrtain and its proximity to her house in the Parc de Varsailles

1930s fashion schiaparelli  "This striking embroidered and sequined jacket was the result of a 1937 collaboration between Schiaparelli and the French artist Jean Cocteau."

This striking embroidered and sequined jacket was the result of a 1937 collaboration between Schiaparelli and the French artist Jean Cocteau.

Elsie de Wolfe, in Schiaparelli   American Interior Decorator, 1865-1950

Lady Mendl (Elsie de Wolfe) wearing her Schiaparelli "Apollo of Versailles" cape by Henri Cartier-Bresson

Schiaparelli Haute Couture 2014 by Christian Lacroix

Christian Lacroix for Elsa Schiaparelli couture runway fashion Paris Fall 2013

Elsa Schiaparelli Jacket, 1938 “Shocking pink” silk satin woven with circus horses in blue silk and gold metallic thread with acrobat-shaped buttons and Elsa Schiaparelli Evening Dress and Veil, summer 1938 Blue silk crepe printed with carousel motifs

Elsa Schiaparelli Jacket, 1938 “Shocking pink” silk satin woven with circus horses in blue silk and gold metallic thread with acrobat-shaped buttons, + Elsa Schiaparelli Evening Dress and Veil, summer 1938 silk crepe with carousel motifs

Elsa & Jean Cocteau

She collaborated with artists. I saw an exhibit focusing on her work and was totally inspired. This may not be my favorite piece of hers but it will do for now. Elsa Schiaparelli, 1937 collaboration with artist Jean Cocteau.

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