Dress Madame Grès (Alix Barton) (French, Paris 1903–1993 Var region) Date: ca. 1967 Culture: French Medium: a,b) silk

Dress Madame Grès (Alix Barton) (French, Paris Var region) Date:ca. 1967 Culture:French Medium:a,b) silk Dimensions:N/A Credit Line:Gift of Thomas L.

Stunning Grecian style gown!  Madame Gres, 1952 Women's vintage fashion photography designer clothing

The Myri was inspired in part by looking at iconic dresses from the century that have stood the test of time. Madame Gres understood that draped garments would fit perfectly into the modern women’s lifestyles. Here: Madame Grès evening gown Vogue 1950

Dress, Evening  Madame Grès (Alix Barton)  (French, Paris 1903–1993 Var region)  Date: 1958 Culture: French Medium: silk Dimensions: Length at CB: 54 in. (137.2 cm) Credit Line: Gift of Mrs. Leon L. Roos, 1973

fashioninhistory: Evening Dress (detail) Madame Grès 1958 Grès, working earlier as Alix, created dresses in shafts of fabric, the diverse fluting of which served on the body like the entasis of a classical column.

Madame Alix Gres, the mid-20th-Century couturier, was peerless for enrobing a woman with the timeless, enticing allure of a Greek goddess.--CH

The Rise and Fall of Mme Gres

Reason - Madame Gres was a famous designer of the 1930s.

The Rise and Fall of Mme Gres

Germaine Émilie Krebs, known as"Madame Grès" Formally trained as a sculptress, she produced haute couture designs for an array of fashionable women.

Madame Grès exhibition at the Musée Bourdelle in Paris

Madame Grès herself was an invention. Born Germaine Krebs and later renamed Alix Barton (whilst her couture house from was known a.

Madame Gres construction (diy inspo... i have several bras like this that i never use anymore.)

Mdm Gres construction technique for strapless dress with cup support

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