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Paul Poiret - Sorbet, 1912 - silk chiffon, satin, glass beads, fur - Victoria and Albert Museum

1929 dress - very trendy, isn't it?

Dica: OMG That Dress!

1910 Black cotton velvet and silk Chantilly lace Edwardian Gown / Кружево Шантильи.: la_gatta_ciara

1910 Black Cotton Velvet and Silk Chantilly Lace Edwardian Gown. Edwardian fashion is so gorgeous. I have to admit that I love film versions of Forster novels for the fashions as much as the stories!

Paul Poiret 1913

1913 Paul Poiret made the lampshade tunic a popular trend in the The lampshade tunic was worn over a hobble skirt and came out very far in an umbrella or hoola hoop type shape. This type of women's wear was typically worn by wealthy women. (Emily G)

1933 Evening Gown Poiret. So very lovely. I have the gloves already. #Fashion #Vintage

Evening dress Place of origin: London, England (made) Date: (made) Artist/Maker: Paul Poiret, born 1879 - died 1944 (designer) Liberty (designed for) Materials and Techniques: Satin and silk velvet, trimmed with diamante buckles

Lampshade Tunic    Paul Poiret, 1913    The FIDM Museum

Lapmshade Tunic Paul Poiret, 1913 The FIDM Museum Paul Poiret was the first major Parisian couturier to design clothes meant to be worn without a corset. His inspiration wasn’t so much the idea of.


Lily Elsie had a flawless face. She was one of the most photographed women of le Belle Epoque. She was born Elsie Hodder on April 1886 in Leeds, Yorkshire, England.

"Paris" (image 3) | House of Poiret | French | 1919 |  silk, wool, metallic thread | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: 2005.207

Paul Poiret (French, "Paris" Evening Coat Worn by Denise Poiret, 1919 Brown silk velvet with placket of red and blue wool and couched gilt-silver cording