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Evening gown, Jeanne Paquin, Paris, Winter 1911. Two pieces, Empire waist. Black silk net over ivory silk satin and black velvet sash and bow. All decorated with white and jet beads, Augusta Auctions

Evening gown, Jeanne Paquin, Paris, Winter 1911. Two pieces, Empire waist. Black silk net over ivory silk satin and black velvet sash and bow. All decorated with white and jet beads, Augusta Auctions

Opera coat by Jeanne Paquin, 1912, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Illustration from "Gazette du bon ton: arts, modes & frivolités," 1912-1913, Tome I, courtesy of the Smithsonian Libraries.

Opera coat by Jeanne Paquin, 1912, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Illustration from "Gazette du bon ton: arts, modes & frivolités," 1912-1913, Tome I, courtesy of the Smithsonian Libraries.

Jeanne Paquin - Robe de Bal - Ivoire - Broderies de Perles et Dentelle Rose, Beige et Ivoire - 1895.

Jeanne Paquin - Robe de Bal - Ivoire - Broderies de Perles et Dentelle Rose, Beige et Ivoire - 1895.

JEANNE PAQUIN 1905-1907  TRAJE DE NOCHE MOTIVOS HELENICOS EN SEDA, PLATA Y PIEDRAS

JEANNE PAQUIN 1905-1907 TRAJE DE NOCHE MOTIVOS HELENICOS EN SEDA, PLATA Y PIEDRAS

1912 - Paquin.   I wish I knew where this was from. I love that cape-y jacket and would love to see the front.

1912 - Paquin. I wish I knew where this was from. I love that cape-y jacket and would love to see the front.

Evening dress, Jeanne Paquin, spring/summer collection, 1912. Dress in pastel shades combines a "tunique" in light green silk in tabby weave with a skirt made of cream silk satin. The rose red corset belt accentuates the high waist. Photo: Stephan Klonk. Kunstgewerbemuseum Berlin via Europeana Fashion

europeanafashion: Evening dress by Jeanne Paquin, spring/summer... (Fripperies and Fobs)

Evening dress, Jeanne Paquin, spring/summer collection, 1912. Dress in pastel shades combines a "tunique" in light green silk in tabby weave with a skirt made of cream silk satin. The rose red corset belt accentuates the high waist. Photo: Stephan Klonk. Kunstgewerbemuseum Berlin via Europeana Fashion

The Mystery of the Gray Striped Dresses: at top, a dress owned by Rosamund (nee Anstruther)(Mrs. Edward) Hussey of Kent, England, maker unknown. Next to it is a painting by JJ (James Jebusa) Shannon (1862-1923) of Mrs. Hussey wearing the dress, shortly after her marriage in 1900. Below that, a photo of the painting being made! (Courtesy UK National Trust.) Bottom, two similar silk dresses by Jeanne Paquin. Left, 1912 (owned by the Met) and right, 1910 (sold by Auctions Eve).

The Mystery of the Gray Striped Dresses: at top, a dress owned by Rosamund (nee Anstruther)(Mrs. Edward) Hussey of Kent, England, maker unknown. Next to it is a painting by JJ (James Jebusa) Shannon (1862-1923) of Mrs. Hussey wearing the dress, shortly after her marriage in 1900. Below that, a photo of the painting being made! (Courtesy UK National Trust.) Bottom, two similar silk dresses by Jeanne Paquin. Left, 1912 (owned by the Met) and right, 1910 (sold by Auctions Eve).

Augusta Auctions, April 17, 2013 - NYC, Lot 39: Paquin Evening Gown, Paris, Winter 1911

Augusta Auctions, April 17, 2013 - NYC, Lot 39: Paquin Evening Gown, Paris, Winter 1911

Afternoon Dress, Jeanne Paquin (1869-1936): 1910, French, silk velvet, silk satin, silk lace.

Afternoon Dress, Jeanne Paquin (1869-1936): 1910, French, silk velvet, silk satin, silk lace.

PAQUIN 1912 TRAJE DE NOCHE EN SEDA Y ALGODON MARFIL, ROSA Y AZUL PRIMAVERA VERANO

PAQUIN 1912 TRAJE DE NOCHE EN SEDA Y ALGODON MARFIL, ROSA Y AZUL PRIMAVERA VERANO

An Edwardian evening dress from Jeanne Paquin’s spring/summer collection, c.1912, of turquoise, rose and ivory silk with lace detailing.

An Edwardian evening dress from Jeanne Paquin’s spring/summer collection, c.1912, of turquoise, rose and ivory silk with lace detailing.

Evening dress, Spring/Summer 1912 (back view) | Jeanne Paquin (French, 1869-1936) | Materials: silk, cotton | Modern translation of the late 18th century shepherdess style worn by Marie Antoinette and her ladies at Fountainbleu. The cotton 'fichu' and 'apron' are embroidered with chain stitch, a modern version of 18th century tambour work. The green silk panel wrapping around the torso is a contemporary interpretation of the polonaise overskirt | The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Evening dress, Spring/Summer 1912 (back view) | Jeanne Paquin (French, 1869-1936) | Materials: silk, cotton | Modern translation of the late 18th century shepherdess style worn by Marie Antoinette and her ladies at Fountainbleu. The cotton 'fichu' and 'apron' are embroidered with chain stitch, a modern version of 18th century tambour work. The green silk panel wrapping around the torso is a contemporary interpretation of the polonaise overskirt | The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

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