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Silk Crepe Georgette Dress with Lamé Trim, winter 1924 Madeleine Vionnet

Designer: Madeleine Vionnet French, 1876 - 1975 Title: Dress Date: winter 1924 Medium: silk crepe georgette with lamé trim Phoenix Art Museum

Photo by Irving Penn (1917-2009), 1974, Vionnet Dress with Fan 1925/26, New York.

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Paul Poiret – King of Fashion  |  Coletterie - Silk faille dinner dress, 1922-23

Dinner dress, Paul Poiret France Navy-blue and red silk faille, gold metallic bullion buttons

Conjunto de calle de Jean Patou, 1927

Dress Design House: House of Patou (French, founded Designer: Attributed to Jean Patou (French, Date: ca. 1927 Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB (a): 26 in. cm) Length at CB (b): 20 in. cm) Length at Side Seam (c): 31 in.

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1920s Fashion And The Iconic Women Who Defined It

Joan Bennett, 1938

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DressBonwit Teller, 1920The Museum at FIT

DressBonwit Teller, 1920The Museum at FIT (OMG that dress!)

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Dress    Madeleine Vionnet, 1932

Image 1 of Chicago History Museum, Object According to Vionnet scholar Betty Kirke, however, this garment may actually be lingerie.