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(1879-1944) was born in Paris. He opened his own salon after serving an apprenticeship for Doucet and working for Charles Frederick Worth (1825-1895). He was one of the most creative fashion designers of the 20th century. He also revived fashion illustration, founded a school for the decorative arts and even diversified into perfume. His brilliantly coloured, looser clothes, often inspired by the 'orientalist' enthusiasm for Eastern fashions and traditions, were extremely popular

Paul Poiret Designs, The Straight Tube dress. It still has a waistline but no corset or anything of the sort. This allowed some women to completely abandon the corset. Paul Poiret, Belle Epoque, Edwardian Era, Edwardian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Retro Mode, Mode Vintage, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Photos

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Edwardian bohemian looks style floral evening lounging wear harem pants jumpsuit unusual unique antique vintage fashion hobble skirt long dress gown Trios ∴ the three graces, sisters, triplets & groups of 3 in art and vintage photos - Poiret dresses, 1911 Paul Poiret, 1914 Fashion, Fashion History, Fashion Photo, Women's Fashion, Edwardian Era, Edwardian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Retro Fashion

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Paul Poiret (French, Paris Paris), silk, ca. This image shows the blue color better than most and shows the kimono sleeves. 30s Fashion, Art Deco Fashion, Fashion History, Fashion Dresses, Vintage Fashion, Edwardian Fashion, Kimono Fashion, Vintage Beauty, Gothic Fashion

Paul Poiret | Evening dress | French | The Met

During the first decade of the twentieth century, Paul Poiret initiated a fashion sea change when he declared the wasp-waisted silhouette outmoded, and the columnar form of high-waisted Directoire-Revival gowns the vogue

design-is-fine: Paul Poiret, Dining room, Paris. From magazine Kunst & Dekoration. Via University of Heidelberg. Paul Poiret, Art Deco Furniture, Furniture Styles, Interior Architecture, Interior And Exterior, Interior Design, Interior Decorating, Interiores Art Deco, Art Nouveau

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Paul Poiret, Dining room, 1913. Paris. From magazine Kunst & Dekoration. Via University of Heidelberg.

Evening coat, attributed to Paul Poiret, circa Via Pitti Palace Costume Collection. 30s Fashion, Art Deco Fashion, Fashion History, Retro Fashion, High Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Fashion Design, Paul Poiret, Vintage Outfits

Manteau attribué à Paul Poiret circa 1920, cadeau d'Anna Piaggi à la Galleria del Costume di Palazzo Pitti

The shock of it! Harem pants scored a fashion victory in 1911 when Parisian women started wearing the Eastern-inspired designs of couturier Paul Poiret, known for liberating women from the corset. His new discovery was called 'jupe culotte'. Paul Poiret, Edwardian Fashion, European Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Modern Fashion, Belle Epoque, Style Édouardien, Vintage Dresses, Vintage Outfits

1911 France. Paul Poiret. This costume was sewn fashion designer Paul Poiret specifically for the Ball "in 1000 and 2 nights."

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La Quiétude 1918 by Kees Van Dongen Monsieur and Madam Paul Poiret. Vanity Fair

Paul Poiret 1927 Wool Carpet - Paul Poiret Savonnerie carpet for S. Île de France Salon Martine France, 1927 hand-woven wool w x 97 l inches Exhibited: Poiret: King of Fashion, 9 May - 5 August The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York Paul Poiret, Wool Carpet, Rugs On Carpet, Carpets, Decoration, Art Decor, Textiles, 5 W, Textile Artists

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Denise Poiret, muse and wife of Paul Poiret. Paul Poiret was the self-proclaimed "King of Fashion" and arguably one of the most influential designers of the century. Paul Poiret, Jeanne Lanvin, Behind Every Great Man, Evolution Of Fashion, French Fashion Designers, Musa, Madame, Fashion History, People

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One cannot speak of Poiret without mention of his wife Denise. Long before any fashion history novice would proclaim that Chanel (curse her,...