|Title||Evening dresses and wraps, 1926 |
|Publisher||Les Idees Nouvelles de la Mode et des Arts |
|Place of Publication||France -- Paris |
|Publication Date||1926 |
|Original Source||Les Idees Nouvelles de la Mode et des Arts (no. 10, plate 13) |
|Notes||Left pattern: Sleeveless dress in brown velvet with a V-shaped neckline and wide armholes. Tiers of soft ruffles with applied side draperies that create an uneven hemline. Three levels of waterfalls down center of dress with skirt gathered to the top of the second waterfall at the waistline. Embroidered with a flower pattern and finished with a flower corsage at the right shoulder.|
Center pattern: Sleeveless dress in gray velvet with a scooped neckline. Loose bodice over a straight skirt which ties at the waistline with a long sash of velvet that hangs down the center of the skirt to the hemline. Embroidered with a floral design.
Right pattern: Blue sleeveless dress with a loose wrapover bodice which forms a low V-shaped neckline, infilled with flesh-colored silk. Worn with a large patterned shawl with long fringe of silk.
Front right pattern: Long cape in blue velvet trimmed with pleats along the loose sleeves and back yoke. Trimmed along the hem, sleeves, and neckline with gray fox fur.
The artistic director of Les Idees Nouvelles is G.P. Joumard.
|TGM Subjects||Evening gowns--Drawings|
Women--Clothing & dress
|Digital Collection||Fashion Plate Collection|
|Order Number||COS486 |
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|Repository||University of Washington Libraries. Special Collections Division |
|Repository Collection||Fashion Plate Collection (Uncataloged)|
|Object Type||Fashion illustration|
|Physical Description||pochoir, hand-colored ; 31 x 23 cm. |
|Digital Reproduction Information||Scanned from original image at 400 dpi saved in TIFF format, resized and enhanced using Adobe Photoshop, and imported as JPEG2000 using Contentdm software's JPEG2000 Extension. 2009. |