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24 articles taggés "fashion"
"Collecting Should Be Fun"
"Collecting should be fun" goes the mantra of the star make-up artist and collector Terry de Gunzburg, who is opening a new store in Paris.
Emmanuel de Bayser’s Design
Descending from a long line of experts and dealers in Old Master drawings, Emmanuel de Bayser tracks down famous names in French post-war design.
Karl Lagerfeld: The Colour of the 18th Century
To pay tribute to the couturier who died on 19 February, La Gazette has decided to focus on the collector, particularly his love for the French 18th…
Balenciaga and Spanish Painting
The famous designer proved a worthy successor to the great Spanish masters, in a summer exhibition at the Thyssen-Bornemisza National Museum.
Paul Smith, Gentleman Collector
The most stylish of English fashion designers is also an art lover who visits exhibitions, takes countless pictures, admires architects, and collects…
The Beauties and Their Illustrator
René Gruau marked a style and drew the lines of an era. Nearly two hundred of his fashion and advertising creations were a decided hit when they came…
Marie-Antoinette: Metamorphoses of an Image
The Very Fabric of Fashion
With a preemption for a dress from Worth design house and prices well above the estimates, couture opened the Drouot bidding ball with a bang.
Harper’s Bazaar: The First Fashion Magazine
Upside Down. The Underside of History at the Musée de Valangin
Miren Arzalluz Rethinks Fashion at the Palais Galliera
A renovated building and a major opening show… Under Miren Arzalluz’s leadership, the Paris fashion museum aims to confirm its scientific legitimacy…
The Gilles Labrosse Collection: Gems of Fashion
The sale of the unique collection of costumes assembled by this enthusiast was eagerly awaited, as several pieces were of undeniable museum quality.…
Timeless Chic of a Hermès Kelly Bag
With its extremely simple trapezoidal volume, the "Kelly" bag remains one of the House of Hermès’s signature items.
Maison Poursin and the Art of Buckles
Renowned since 1830, Poursin is one of the oldest manufacturers in Paris and the last one in France still making buckles—a guardian of 19th-century…
Led by Jean Paul Gaultier, Fashion Backs Sidaction
Jean Paul Gaultier is the artistic director of an auction to benefit the fight against AIDS. Organized with Drouot Estimations in partnership with…
Fashion for Sidaction
Mobilization for Sidaction has not weakened: the innovative initiative raised €212,550 this year.
L for Lace
Lace is an intricate, openwork fabric without weft or warp featuring a wide range of techniques and motifs. Linen, cotton, silk, gold and silver thread…
French Empress Eugénie: Patron and Collector
When Emperor Napoleon III announced his decision to marry Eugénie María de Montijo de Guzman, Comtesse de Teba in 1853, the imperial family, European…
Chantal Thomass: Beyond the Bustier, the Fashion!
The sale of the French designer's archives at Drouot traces the journey—more complex than it looks at first sight—of a woman whose fame went beyond…
From a Festive Crinoline to a Graphic Swimsuit
The sale of Gilles Labrosse's extensive collection continued in Moulins, exploring the imaginative charms of 19th and 20th-century couture from Boston…
The Art of the Drape by Madeleine Vionnet
With this flame red dress, Madeleine Vionnet (1876-1975) again proves her great modernity in designing a silhouette.
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Fashion Designer Vanessa Bruno Admires Sheila Hicks and Hubert Lenoir
The French fashion designer was chosen to take over the presidency of the MoCo, a new contemporary art center in Montpellier , which opened in June…
Jeanne Paquin and Georges Barbier: A Remarkable Duo
Two leading names in fashion and illustration unite on the painted leaf of a fan, stirring up the wind of preemption.
The Truly Sculptural "Crash" Watch by Cartier
The Dark Eye of Odilon Redon: Dreamer of the Infinite
Nicolas Sageot: Virtuosity in Metal and Tortoiseshell
The American Realism of John Register
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