Madeleine Vionnet (1876 - 1975) was a French fashion designer. she was called as "queen of the bias cut" or the "architect of dressmaker. Vionnet's designs showed the natural shape of women.

Madeleine Vionnet was a French fashion designer. Called the "Queen of the Bias Cut" and "The Architect" among dressmakers, Vionnet is best known for her elegant Grecian-style dresses and for introducing the bias cut to the fashion world.

Coat 1925 Nasjonalmuseet for Kunst, Arketektur, og Design

Coat 1925 Nasjonalmuseet for Kunst, Arketektur, og Design

Jacket, Field, Wool, OD (November 13, 1945): the Ike Jacket, worn by T/5 Crote Carson, 23, Paratrooper and Ground Soldier from Appomattox, VA

Eisenhower Jacket -- An 'Ike Jacket' was a military based jacket that was gathered by a fitted belt at the waist. They are named for Supreme Allied Commander Dwight Eisenhower, who wore this style of jacket.

Madeleine Vionnet, Robe "mouchoirs", hiver 1920

Tutorial for the famous Madame Vionnet scarf dress - 20 minutes or less to make!The finished dress is quite pretty & the site has a model wearing one.This reminds me of a Grecian tunic dress.I would like to see it in a nice linen

Evening Dress Callot Soeurs, 1925 The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Evening Dress Callot Soeurs, 1925 The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Fracomina SS 2018 - Main Collection

Fracomina SS 2018 -Main Collection

Fracomina SS 2018 - Main Collection

Chanel : Front Row - Paris Fashion Week - Haute Couture Spring Summer 2018

Chanel : Front Row - Paris Fashion Week - Haute Couture Spring Summer 2018

Fracomina SS 2018 - Main Collection

Fracomina SS 2018 -Main Collection

Fracomina SS 2018 - Main Collection

Dress (image 5) | Attributed to Madeleine Vionnet | France; Paris | 1920 | pique edged cotton voile | Augusta Auctions | April 20, 2016/lot 247

North America's auction house for Couture & Vintage Fashion. Augusta Auctions accepts consignments of historic clothing and textiles from museums, estates and individuals.

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1941

Late Twenties Wedding Gown

is an example of a bias cut Vionnet dress. The bias cut creates a slinky form fitting shape that comes from precisely cutting the fabric. The bias cut was pioneered by Madeline Vionnet.

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