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GEORGE HOYNINGEN-HUENE (1900 - 1968)
`LEE MILLER IN LANVIN PRÉLUDE'

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Vogue, 1 May 1931, p. 46 (this print)
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ARMAND-ALBERT RATEAU
FIREBACK FROM THE RESIDENCE OF JEANNE LANVIN, VESINET, FRANCE

ca. 1921
inscribed No. 11 Mme. Melet Les Vieilles Tuiles Bd des Belgiques Le Vesinet
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Alastair Duncan, A A Rateau, exh. cat., Delorenzo Gallery, New York, 1990, p. 15 (for the model in the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris)
Évelyne Possémé, Le Mobilier Français: 1910-1930, Les Années 25, Paris, 1999, p. 91 (for the model in the Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris)
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Lanvin evening jacket, 1935
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Jeanne Lanvin Lace Evening Gown, 1930s
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Attributed to Jeanne Lanvin (France, 1867 - 1946)
Woman's 'Robe de Style', circa 1922
Costume/clothing principle attire/entire body, Silk taffeta and beaded metallic lace with beaded flower trim, Center back length: 44 in. (111.76 cm)
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Attributed to Jeanne Lanvin (France, 1867 - 1946)
Woman's Afternoon Dress, circa 1929
Costume/clothing principle attire/entire body, Bias cut silk chiffon in two colors with velvet ribbon trim, Center back length: 60 in. (152.4 cm)
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Jeanne Lanvin (1867 – 1946) began her career as a milliner before moving into the world of fine dressmaking. She created children’s wear and perfume, but was best known for her robes de style, an adaptation of the 18th-century fashion for wearing panniers. “Modern clothes need a certain romantic feel,” she said. They should not become “too everyday and practical.” Mrs. Charles S. Dewey wore this moiré silk dress with crystal beads, and pearls when presented to the Court of Saint James in 1927.

Jeanne Lanvin, robe de style, 1927, France, worn by donor, Mrs. Charles S. Dewey, née Marie Suzette de Marigny Hall, photograph by Irving Solero
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An interesting Jeanne Lanvin black silk jersey `Goddess' gown, probably late 1930s or 1940s, with large woven silk label, numbered 2590.5, zip fastened to one side, with complex draped, criss-crossing panel across the ruched and gathered breast, two long panels fall from the left shoulder forming a draped swag, another panel of fabric crosses the front of the skirt before falling in another drape of silk.


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