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From the Archives: Golden Girls in Vogue – Vogue

From the Archives: Golden Girls in Vogue – Vogue

From the Archives: Golden Girls in Vogue – Vogue

From the Archives: Golden Girls in Vogue – Vogue

From the Archives: Golden Girls in Vogue – Vogue

WHO: Victoire de Castellane FAMOUS FOR: Being able to trace her family tree back to the tenth century. Castellane is the head of Dior Joaillerie and is known for her large-scale, eye-catching Surrealistic pieces. - Photo: Pascal Chevallier, Vogue, March 2013

WHO: Pauline de Rothschild FAMOUS FOR: Her unerring sense of style. A one-time fashion designer, she became known for creating dramatic interiors when not helping to run her husband’s vineyard or translating Elizabethan poetry. - Photographed for Vogue, November 1, 1988

WHO: Jacqueline, Comtesse de Ribes FAMOUS FOR: Her sculpted profile and her successful foray into fashion design. - Photographed by Horst P. Horst, Vogue, August 1, 1953

WHO: Hélène Rochas FAMOUS FOR: Becoming a bouffant-wearing mogul in her own right after the death of her designer husband. - Photographed by Horst P. Horst, Vogue, October 1, 1968

WHO: Betty Catroux FAMOUS FOR: Being a muse and model to Yves Saint Laurent. She had an androgynous allure, and the designer called her his “twin.” - Photographed by Horst P. Horst, Vogue, February 15, 1970

WHO: Bettina FAMOUS FOR: Being a muse to Jacques Fath and Givenchy. Wore fifties couture like a queen, dated Prince Aly Khan. - Photographed by Irving Penn, Vogue, September 1, 1950

Anne Gunning Nutting in Sybil Connolly - Photographed by Henry Clarke, Vogue, March 15, 1962

Saoirse Ronan, 2011 - Photographed by Steven Meisel, Vogue, December 2011

Viktoriya Sasonkina and Karlie Kloss, December 2009 - Photographed by Patrick Demarchelier, Vogue, December 2009

Karen Mulder and Deon Bray at le Café de Flore - Photographed by Ellen von Unwerth, Vogue, October 1, 1991

Silver grapes trim the veil and shoulders of this lame jacket that Lanvin paired with a wool skirt. - Photo: Andre Durst, Vogue, October 1, 1936

Mme. Hilling, wears Lanvin’s Russian diadem of ebony and silver metal, and quilted silver sleeves to great effect. - Photo: George Hoyningen-Huene, Vogue, October 1, 1933

Joan Clement in Lanvin’s crystal embellished robe de style. “The name Lanvin for me,” wrote Christian Dior, “was bound up with the memory of girls in robes de style whom I danced my first foxtrots, charlestons and shimmies with.” - Photo: Edward Steichen, Vogue, November 1, 1926


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