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05-07-2009
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Dancer Models Lanvin Dress, 1924
French dancer Mademoiselle Rahna models a lacy, drop-waisted dress by Lanvin.
IMAGE: © Hulton-Deutsch Collection/CORBIS
DATE PHOTOGRAPHED: 1924
LOCATION: France
COLLECTION: Historical
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Models in Ensembles by Lanvin
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Three seated women wearing new styles and colors by Jeanne Lanvin.
IMAGE: © Condé Nast Archive/CORBIS
CREATOR NAME: Rene Bouet-Willaumez
DATE CREATED: ca. 1932
COLLECTION: Conde Nast
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Aaah, I love this thread! So interesting to read all this, I love learning about the 20th century and how brands were established.

Thank you for making this thread.

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A Jeanne Lanvin couture emerald green velvet evening coat, 1930s, labelled and numbered 2243, large black and gold woven label, shirred and ruched sleeves, scarf-tie collar, together with an associated bias cut emerald green georgette gown and slip
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Same dress as post #110




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A Jeanne Lanvin couture black silk crepe eveing gown, circa 1936, labelled and numbered 1554, the flowing bias cut gown with lightly padded shoulers, balloon sleeves, the key-hole neckline and shoulders outlined in silver leather
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A Jeanne Lanvin couture orientalist brocaded evening jacket, 1938, label faintly stamped in red with the date, the Indian or Persian silk ground woven with small floral repeats in gold, silver and shocking pink, lined in purple silk, with deep pointed collar to the back and angular, kimono style sleeves
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Jeanne Lanvin by Edouard Vuillard c. 1935.

After 1920 Vuillard portrayed over 40 prominent parisiens. Jeanne Lanvin was one of them. It was in the end of his nabi-period about 1900, when he got introduced into the bourgeoise society of paris by Lucie Hessel. His portraits don't psychologize, mereley they document a social environment.
Further in the thread i read, that she owned paintings by Viullard.

picture-source: abcgallery.com


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there are a lot LOT of Lanvin creations in L'Officiel archives ...
I'm currently focusing onto YSL and Chanel ... But just let you know ...

for instance, Lanvin in 1926
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^ I adore that silhouette, there's hardly any feminine shape to their bodies.

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Thank you so, so much for all the wonderful pics, guys! I've never had an occasion to dive into Jeanne's works and it's really amazig to see all these breathtaking beauties

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so much of her work is timeless.

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This thread is incredible! It totally sparked my interest in the history of the house.

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I thought this should be posted here...

Jeanne Lanvin's private library, Paris
pictures by The Selby: http://theselby.com/10_20_08_LanvinArchive2/

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I thought this should be posted here...

Jeanne Lanvin's private library, Paris
pictures by The Selby: http://theselby.com/10_20_08_LanvinArchive2/
Nice!


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COUCOU, A JEANNE LANVIN DAY DRESS
1923
The bodice and hem of ivory crepe, the bodice and skirt of pleated yellow crepe, trimmed with white buttons bound in black silk twine, the sleeves long, with decorative buttons, the back with yellow crepe tie at the waist, also trimmed with buttons
Labelled JEANNE LANVIN in bright yellow to pale yellow silk


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A JEANNE LANVIN ROBE DE STYLE OF WHITE ORGANZA
UNLABELLED, CIRCA 1922-3
The dress with wide, panniered skirts and simple bodice trimmed with a posy of silk flowers


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LA MONTERIA, A JEANNE LANVIN ROBE DE STYLE OF BLACK ORGANZA
1923-4
The sheer black robe embroidered with white tamboured and beaded vortices to the skirts, the bodice trimmed with three coral pink ribbon streamers


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A JEANNE LANVIN PINK TABARD AND GOLD LAMÉ DRESS
ETÉ 1929
The robe a simple shift dress with gold lace sleeves and yoke, the tabard of pink flock, trimmed with a gold lamé embroidered border, tying at the neck with embroidered scarves
The dress labelled JEANNE LANVIN in side seam and inscribed '21058' to the reverse, dated Eté 1929; the tabard labelled JEANNE LANVIN in yellow on white and indestinctly inscribed to reverse '22484?'

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