Jeanne Margaine-Lacroix, 1868-1930. A forgotten French couturière.

Jeanne Margaine-Lacroix inherited her couture house from her mother Mme. Margaine, in 1899, and changed the name to Margaine-Lacroix in 1900. She was famous for…
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#40 Antique A. Marque doll from the Whyel Museum of Doll Art,  in original Margaine Lacroix costume Doll Toys, Baby Dolls, Antique Doll Dress, Doll Scenes, Ethnic Doll, Spirit Dolls, French Dolls, German Dolls, Unique Dolls
#40 Antique A. Marque doll from the Whyel Museum of Doll Art, in original Margaine Lacroix costume
From Élégances féminines. Revue mensuelle de la grande couture parisienne 1912. Dress by Margaine Lacroix Edwardian Era, Art Deco Fashion, Fashion Prints, 1914 Fashion, Emo Fashion, Ladies Fashion, Fashion Design, 20th Century Fashion
Élégances féminines : revue mensuelle de la grande couture parisienne / Gaston Drouet, directeur
From Élégances féminines. Revue mensuelle de la grande couture parisienne 1912. Dress by Margaine Lacroix
Sensation at the races! Margaine-Lacroix mannequins at Longchamp, May 1908 Kid Gloves, Long Gloves, 1900s Fashion, Early 20th Century Fashion, Belle Epoque Fashion, Belle Epoch, Edwardian Period, Lacroix
Sensation at the races! Margaine-Lacroix mannequins at Longchamp, May 1908
Le Monde Illustré 1923 Revolutionaries, Madame, Slender
1920s, Corps, Period, Illustrations
Margaine-Lacroix (Couture) 1908 Tanagréenne Dress, Fashion Photography, Felix Vintage Style, Felix, Image Mode, Photoshop Me
Vintage advertisement, fashion, arts, erotica, printed collectibles - Paris, France
Margaine-Lacroix (Couture) 1908 Tanagréenne Dress, Fashion Photography, Felix
Phyllis Dare in The Girl in the Train, 1910. Vaudeville Theatre, London.  Margaine-Lacroix dressed many stars of the French stage and theatrical productions in both Paris and London Vintage Ads, Vintage Images, Monument, King Edward Vii, Vaudeville, Gilded Age
Phyllis Dare in The Girl in the Train, 1910. Vaudeville Theatre, London. Margaine-Lacroix dressed many stars of the French stage and theatrical productions in both Paris and London
Gertie Millar in the Dancing Mistress, dressed by Margaine-Lacroix. Adelphi Theatre London, 1912-13 20s Fashion, Fashion Photo, Adelphi Theatre, As Nancy, Musical Comedy, National Portrait Gallery
Gertie Millar in the Dancing Mistress, dressed by Margaine-Lacroix. Adelphi Theatre London, 1912-13
L'Officiel 1925 Flapper Era, Famous
Couture house, 19, blvd. Haussmann, c. 1908 Designer Gowns, Leaning Tower Of Pisa, Rtw, Landmarks, Pretty
Couture house, 19, blvd. Haussmann, c. 1908
In a 1912 New York Times article bylined Margaine Lacroix, the designer who only four years earlier had shocked Paris with her sexy dresses opined on the question, "Do Women Like Eccentric Clothes?" She argued that they do not. "Now, as ever, the woman of society does not wear bizarre clothes," she wrote. You will say, are not the great Parisian houses, or at any rate a number of them, turning out numbers of extraordinary eccentricity? You are quite right. They are. And to that I can only rep... Eccentric Clothes, Sexy Dresses, Bizarre, Parisian, Turning, Extraordinary, Rate
Margaine Lacroix On Eccentric Fashion - Deep Glamour
In a 1912 New York Times article bylined Margaine Lacroix, the designer who only four years earlier had shocked Paris with her sexy dresses opined on the question, "Do Women Like Eccentric Clothes?" She argued that they do not. "Now, as ever, the woman of society does not wear bizarre clothes," she wrote. You will say, are not the great Parisian houses, or at any rate a number of them, turning out numbers of extraordinary eccentricity? You are quite right. They are. And to that I can only rep...
1912 - Modèle de la Maison Margaine-Lacroix (Phot. Talbot) by Punkmemory, via Flickr Daytime Wear, Kaiser, 1910s
1912 - Modèle de la Maison Margaine-Lacroix (Phot. Talbot)
1912 - Modèle de la Maison Margaine-Lacroix (Phot. Talbot) by Punkmemory, via Flickr
M-L salon c.1908 Paul Poiret, Pinboard
March 1910. Margaine-Lacroix mannequins in the new jupe-culotte. The Belle Epoque, Victorian Women, French Fashion, Victorian Dress
March 1910. Margaine-Lacroix mannequins in the new jupe-culotte.
L'Irrestible corset with patented system of front-lacing (revolutionary for its time, it gave a smooth back line, but more importantly enabled women to dress un-aided. Vintage Underwear, Vintage Corset, Vintage Lingerie, Lace Corset, Historical Underwear
Bon Marché | Corset | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
L'Irrestible corset with patented system of front-lacing (revolutionary for its time, it gave a smooth back line, but more importantly enabled women to dress un-aided.
New exhibition at Westminster Reference Library. Nov. 19-30th  2012.  Watch this board for regular up-dates on the exhibition and the work of forgotten couturière Jeanne Margaine-Lacroix, 1868-1930. Westminster, 30th, Dates, Exhibition, Library, Regular
New exhibition at Westminster Reference Library. Nov. 19-30th 2012. Watch this board for regular up-dates on the exhibition and the work of forgotten couturière Jeanne Margaine-Lacroix, 1868-1930.
1912 Fashion Through The Decades, Retro Fashion, Moda Retro
Margaine-Lacroix 1912 Marguerite Herleroy, Evening Gown
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A dress with M-L's signature embroidery - inspired by the styles of ancient Greece, C. 1900-1910. Edwardian Tea Dress, Greece Dress, Greece Outfit, Medieval Clothing, Fantasy Clothing
Een terugblik op Mode ♥ Kunst, een affaire | Berthi’s Weblog
A dress with M-L's signature embroidery - inspired by the styles of ancient Greece, C. 1900-1910.
Margaine-Lacroix mannequins pictured in the Parc de Vincennes in March 1910, wearing the new jupe-culotte - an early version of trousers. Black And White Photographs, Vintage Photographs, Historical Photos, Vintage Dress
Margaine-Lacroix mannequins pictured in the Parc de Vincennes in March 1910, wearing the new jupe-culotte - an early version of trousers.
1908: Robes  "Sylphide".  The patented robe-sylphide was constructed on a special very lightly-boned stretch silk tricot lining and advertised as "supprimant le corset" - overcoming the need for a corset. It was worn with a minimum of underwear and aimed to give the wearer a more natural, supple, slender line than the type of fashionable dress then common, worn over a rigidly-boned corset. Vintage Gowns, Divas
Deep Glamour - The intersection of imagination and desire
1908: Robes "Sylphide". The patented robe-sylphide was constructed on a special very lightly-boned stretch silk tricot lining and advertised as "supprimant le corset" - overcoming the need for a corset. It was worn with a minimum of underwear and aimed to give the wearer a more natural, supple, slender line than the type of fashionable dress then common, worn over a rigidly-boned corset.