Madeleine Vionnet

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finethankyouandyou: The actress Lantelme in Madeleine Vionnet’s déshabillé, designed in 1907 at Maison Doucet.

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finethankyouandyou: “ The actress Lantelme in Madeleine Vionnet’s déshabillé, designed in 1907 at Maison Doucet. ”

Feather printed evening dress. c. 1932-1934 via The Metropolitan Museum of Art -- -- @Wise Brunette

Evening dress | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

This evening dress has great visual appeal, for the textile used at the hem of the skirt is extremely interesting. The feather pattern is elongated as the panel extends at the back, creating a stunning rear view

Evening ensemble (a–c) Madeleine Vionnet (French, Chilleurs-aux-Bois 1876–1975 Paris) Date: ca. 1935 Culture: French Medium: silk

(a–c) Madeleine Vionnet | Evening ensemble | French | The Met

Madeleine Vionnet was a consummate technician, particularly known for her innovative use of the bias cut and the mathematically precise construction of her garments. Minimalist by philosophy, Vionnet's construction details were often executed so as to create decorative effects, obviating the need for any trimming

madeleine vionnet | Evening Gown by Madeleine Vionnet, 1936-1938

Old Hollywood Glamour: 1930s White Bias Cut Evening Gown

I always like a good excuse to make and wear a historical garment. A murder mystery party set in 1936 that my housemate decided to throw was the perfect opportunity to make another 1930s evening gown. I have previously made an early 1930s dress in red. However, this time I wanted to make one in a light colour that was so popular on Hollywood actresses such as Jean Harlow and Carole Lombard during the period, especially as my assigned character was an American actress. Carole Lombard, 1933…

Evening Gown, fall/winter 1938–39, silk, spangles Madeleine Vionnet (French, Chilleurs-aux-Bois 1876–1975 Paris)

Madeleine Vionnet | Evening dress | French | The Met

The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Dance," December 9, 1986–September 6, 1987.The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "hThe 10s, the 20s, the 30s: Inventive Clothes (1909–1939)," December 13, 1973–September 3, 1974

Evening ensemble Madeleine Vionnet (French, Chilleurs-aux-Bois 1876–1975 Paris) Date: ca. 1936 Culture: French Medium: silk. Front

Madeleine Vionnet | Evening ensemble | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Madeleine Vionnet was a consummate technician, particularly known for her innovative use of the bias cut and the mathematically precise construction of her garments. Minimalist by philosophy, Vionnet's construction details were often executed so as to create decorative effects, obviating the need for any trimming

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Madeleine Vionnet, grande prêtresse de la Mode

En tant que styliste passionnée de vintage, il était AB-SO-LU-MENT nécessaire que j’aille faire un tour au musée des Arts Décoratifs pour admirer l’exposition sur Madeleine Vionnet. Mad…

Evening dress, Madeleine Vionnet (French, Chilleurs-aux-Bois 1876–1975 Paris), silk, rayon, French

Madeleine Vionnet | Evening dress | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Madeleine Vionnet sought to create timeless garments that would transcend fleeting fashion trends, finding inspiration in both antique and modern sources. Among her contemporary influences were Futurist artists, who were concerned with rendering dynamic movement and proposed fashions that embraced asymmetrical forms

Liz Gibbons in black satin slip evening dress with net overlay embroidered in paillettes by Vionnet, jewelry is aquamarine ring and diamond clip and bracelets by Tiffany, photo by Martin Munkacsi, Harper's Bazaar, Nov. 1937

Liz Gibbons in black satin slip evening dress with net overlay embroidered in paillettes by Vionnet, jewelry is aquamarine ring and diamond clip and bracelets by Tiffany, photo by Martin Munkacsi, Harper's Bazaar, Nov. 1937

Madeleine Vionnet 1938 Evening Gown, Illus. by Eric, Fashion Illustration, Knize

Madeleine Vionnet 1938 Evening Gown, Eric, Fashion Illustration,

Image file to download and vintage original print published in 1938 Madeleine Vionnet Evening Gown, Eric, Fashion Illustration, Habits de Knizé illustrated by Eric (Carl Erickson) — , Dressmakers

Evening dress Designer: Madeleine Vionnet (French, Chilleurs-aux-Bois 1876–1975 Paris) Date: fall/winter 1938–39 Culture: French Medium: metal thread

Madeleine Vionnet | Evening dress | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Dance," December 9, 1986–September 6, 1987.The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "In Style: Celebrating Fifty Years of the Costume Institute," November 17, 1987–April 17, 1988

Madeleine Vionnet 1937 photo by Horst, Fashion Photography, Evening Gown

Madeleine Vionnet 1937 Photo Horst, Lace Evening Gown

Image file to download and vintage original print published in 1937 Madeleine Vionnet Photo Horst, Lace Evening Gown — , Dressmakers