1919-1939 Fashioning the Modern Woman: The Art Of The Couturiere

Discussion in 'History of Style : a remembrance of things past' started by marrimoda, Feb 24, 2004.

  1. purplelucrezia

    purplelucrezia New Member

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    Aww...that's so mean that they won't let you take photos. :cry: Thanks anyway Sugo... :flower:
    Those rules sounds like the ones from our gallery's recent Art Deco exhibit. The exhibit had a couple great dresses which we weren't even allowed to sketch! Fortunately my sister got a couple drawings done before the guard stopped her, but it was still pretty unfair. I mean, we are art students... :angry:
     
  2. Luna

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    I just went to see the show again today, I must say, my favorites were those of Lanvin and of course Vionnet. She had a darling little black dress.. so very modern for her time. :heart:
     
  3. marrimoda

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    my favorites were also Vionnet...
    I did also like the colors in the Paquin dress...the green and red.

    also some of the colors of the corsetted dresses in the beginning of the show -- those sisters I cant remember their names.
     

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