Evening Dress, Madame Grès, 1939 Kerry Taylor Auctions via Tumblr

Evening Dress, Madame Grès, 1939 Kerry Taylor Auctions via Tumblr

Madame Grès

Madame Grès

Evening Dress by Grès. Photo by Phillipe Pottier, 1950.

Evening Dress by Grès. Photo by Phillipe Pottier, 1950.

Madame Gres designer - Google Search

Revealing Madame Grès

Madame Gres designer - Google Search

Evening ensemble Madame Grès (Alix Barton) (French, Paris 1903–1993 Var region) Date: late 1960s–mid-1980s

Evening ensemble Madame Grès (Alix Barton) (French, Paris 1903–1993 Var region) Date: late 1960s–mid-1980s

Madame Grès exhibition at the Musée Bourdelle in Paris

Madame Grès exhibition at the Musée Bourdelle in Paris

Madame Gres Evening dress, Stoneware | Palais Galliera | Fashion Museum of the City of Paris

Robe du soir, Grès

Madame Gres Evening dress, Stoneware | Palais Galliera | Fashion Museum of the City of Paris

Madame Grès at the Musée Bourdelle - "For a dress to survive from one era to the next, it must be marked with an extreme purity." ~ Madame Grès "Her favorite fabric was silk jersey, and a single dress could take from 13 to 21 meters. Her talent for pleating could reduce 9 feet of fabric into a mere 2.8 inches." http://www.thefashionhistorian.com/2011/08/madame-gres.html

Madame Grès at the Musée Bourdelle - "For a dress to survive from one era to the next, it must be marked with an extreme purity." ~ Madame Grès "Her favorite fabric was silk jersey, and a single dress could take from 13 to 21 meters. Her talent for pleating could reduce 9 feet of fabric into a mere 2.8 inches." http://www.thefashionhistorian.com/2011/08/madame-gres.html

madame gres-- the perfect red-orange

madame gres-- the perfect red-orange

Evening Dress, Madame Grès: ca. 1944, one-piece cut of silk jersey finely pleated. "...Madame Grès opened the fashion house Alix in 1934, but was forces to close it in 1939. In 1942 she opened a new house under her husband's "nom d'artiste", Grès. In the mid-1930s she became known for extravagantly arranged clothes made of silk jersey in the classical Greek style and with few visible seams..."

Evening Dress, Madame Grès: ca. 1944, one-piece cut of silk jersey finely pleated. "...Madame Grès opened the fashion house Alix in 1934, but was forces to close it in 1939. In 1942 she opened a new house under her husband's "nom d'artiste", Grès. In the mid-1930s she became known for extravagantly arranged clothes made of silk jersey in the classical Greek style and with few visible seams..."

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