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15 Reasons Why Elsa Schiaparelli Was A Total Genius

babeofbiscay: “ Evening wear by Elsa Schiaparelli S/S 1938 ”

Two-Piece evening dresses, Bodice and Skirt Circa summer Made from Multicolored silk satin and faille stripe (left). White silk satin with multicolored "Mae West" figures (right).

1948 Elsa Schiaparelli (back)

ca 1948 Elsa Schiaparelli evening dress of white satin and matte lavender faille. Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, gift of the Brooklyn Museum, gift of Claire Ramsay Roman, Accession Number:

Elsa Schiaparelli. Light blue evening gown with wired pintucks and interior colored ruffles at flared hem, mid-1930s Elsa Schiaparelli. Ánh sáng màu xanh áo dạ hội với pintucks dây và diềm xếp màu nội thất tại hem loe, giữa năm 1930

Elsa Schiaparelli, light blue evening gown with wired pintucks and interior colored ruffles at flared hem, France. Courtesy of Beverley Birks Collection. Photo by Eileen Costa The Museum at FIT

Schiaparelli Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Woman's Dress

Philadelphia Museum of Art - Collections Object : Woman's Dress Designed by Elsa Schiaparelli, French (born Italy), 1890 - 1973 Geography: Made in France, Europe Date: Summer 1937 Medium: Silk crepe with self appliqués and silk velvet ribbon

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Elsa Schiaparelli

Evening Dress Elsa Schiaparelli, 1940 The Philadelphia Museum of Art

Evening Dress Elsa Schiaparelli, 1940 The Philadelphia Museum of... (OMG that dress!)

Circa 1947 Schiaparelli silk evening dress purple evening gown large bow back bustle late 40s vintage fashion couture

Circa 1947 Schiaparelli silk evening dress purple evening gown large bow back bustle late vintage fashion couture

Evening gown, no date, in silk and metallic lace and lavender voided velvet. Small train, royal purple silk satin bandeau waist with silk flower at center bodice. Torso Vintages/1st Dibs

Evening gown, no date, (but Empire waist puts it in Edwardian period.) Silk and metallic lace and lavender voided velvet. Small train, royal purple silk satin bandeau waist with silk flower at center bodice.

Patou evening dress ca. 1947-1949 via The Costume Institute of The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Chartreuse taffeta evening dress by House of Patou, French, In marketing company A. Tenney Associates commissioned French couturiers to design clothing that featured Estron, a new synthetic fiber developed by Tennessee Eastman Corporation.

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