Posted by on Nov 6, 2019 in Helen's Blog | 0 comments

French Fashion Women First World War 1914-1918

Bard Graduate Center Gallery. Photos/Collage Helen Oppenheim

Interesting exhibition on French Fashion, Women and The First World War and just after, on view until January 5, 2020 at the Bard Graduate Center Gallery on The Upper West Side in NY. Well worth a visit. Here’s just a few of the fashions:
Top Left to Right: French fashions during the early days of the war, Artist/Designer: Louis Remy Sabattler, February 1915 … At the races, Artist/Designer: Seeberger Freres, June 1919 … Bottom Left to Right: Evening Dress by Callot Sisters, 1915 … Madeleine Vionet, silk satin, silk embroidery, silk chiffon, Paris, June 1918 … Doucet’s afternoon dresses and evening gown, Pierre Brissaud, June 1914 … The Bard Graduate Center Gallery is part of the Bard Graduate Center for Decorative Arts, Design History, Material Culture. The exhiibition was curated by Maude Bas-Krueger and Sophia Kurkdjian. To see more, CLICK HERE

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