Elsa Schiaparelli. Manteau de soirée (automne 1937) : Également réalisée avec la collaboration de Jean Cocteau, ce manteau d'un mauve vespéral, brodé de deux visages qui se ...

Elsa Schiaparelli brought avant-garde fashion to the masses through her collaboration with surrealist artists. Schiaparelli gave us her trademark color “shocking pink,” culottes, tromp l'œil sweaters, and the first use of decorative zippers.

Elsa Schiaparelli - my favourite surrealist fashion designer...love the golden hair sleeve on this 1937 embroidered piece.

Tous les matins du monde sont sans retour

Elsa Schiaparelli 'Cocteau' Jacket - Fall 1937 - Embroidered by the House of Lesage

1949. Salvador Dali and Elsa Schiaparelli Jewelry Collaboration. Elsa Schiaparelli was influenced by Surrealist art. Salvador Dalí was a prominent surrealist painter born in Figueres, Catalonia, Spain. Photo by ?

"Madelle Hegeler demonstrates Salvador Dali jewellery, New York, May

Elsa Schiaparelli (1890—1973). Italian fashion designer. She defined the meaning of avant-garde couture.

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

An Elsa Schiaparelli couture deep fuchsia velvet evening coat, late 1930s, bearing printed petersham Paris label and numbered 91184, the front bodice with curved multi-darted seams which sweep down to form a curve at the narrow rear waist, with dramatic fan-shaped pleats forming leg o' mutton sleeves, four large celluloid disc buttons inset with glitter and beads, high stand angular collar, silk lining, chest approx 86cm, 34in

Buy online, view images and see past prices for An Elsa Schiaparelli couture deep fuchsia velvet. Invaluable is the world's largest marketplace for art, antiques, and collectibles.

Blouse.  Elsa Schiaparelli  (Italian, 1890–1973).  Date: ca. 1937. Culture: French. Medium: rayon. Dimensions: Length at CB: 21 1/2 in. (54.6 cm).

Elsa Schiaparelli 1938 The Circus Collection. detail - Schiaparelli is definitely one of my favorite designers of the past

Elsa Shiaparelli, Chanel’s arch enemy, who flirted with surrealism and brought shock factor into fashion. Elsa Schiaparelli shot to fame by mixing in Parisian society’s right circles which took her all the way to Hollywood where she dressed Greta Garbo and Mae West.

Elsa Schiaparelli (1890-1973)

Elsa Shiaparelli, Chanel’s arch enemy, who flirted with surrealism and brought…

uncanny - I haven't seen this before but used this idea for a dress I made for a Surrealism exhibition preview party...

Schiaparelli Bra // Surrealist late to early Schiaparelli-esque black lace over nude mesh bra with black silk satin "hands" on cups. Black silk straps, narrow elastic with single metal hook in back hooks into metal grommets on other side.

Elsa Schiaparelli and Dalí’s: Lobster Dress | studio t

Elsa Schiaparelli and Dalí's: Lobster Dress

Schiaparelli’s 1937 “Lobster Dress” was the result of a collaboration with famed surrealist Salvador Dali. The lobster painted on the dress by Dali himself was inspired by his 1936 “Lobster Telephone”.

Eye Button Artwork by Elodie Antoine -  “It is very surreal. I can imagine something like this worn by Salvador Dalí or designed by Elsa Schiaparelli.” Olena Slyesarenko

Most Loved: All Seeing Eye (Button)

DIY Inspiration: All Seeing Eye buttons created by artist Elodie Antoine. Seen at anOther mag. The eyeball is the button and the socket is the surrounding fabric when closed. You could make an.

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Remembering Elsa Schiaparelli: A Look at the World’s First Surrealist Fashion Designer

Jacqueline Marsel wearing a dress by Elsa Schiaparelli, Photo by Regina Relang. Schiaparelli was a contemporary of Coco Chanel.

Elsa Schiaparelli 1933 New York  She moved the center of interest into the shoulder, which she began to widen, accentuated them by pleats, padding,  braid.  This silhouette remains popular through WWII.

Elsa Schiaparelli 1933 New York She moved the center of interest into the shoulder, which she began to widen, accentuated them by pleats, padding, braid. This silhouette remains popular through WWII.

See the Schiaparelli spring/summer 2015 couture collection

Schiaparelli Spring/Summer 2015 Couture

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