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Smoking et blouse par Lucien Lelong. Les Modes (Paris) july 1936

Smoking evening gown by Lucien Lelong, Les Modes July Photo by Dorvyne.

Androgynous Girl - 1920's -

Fashion - freedom to show off more of your femininity, or deny it altogether. I want to dress like this all the time casual tomboy style vintage pants jacket hat plaid wool ~

Many of us are in awe of the French woman's style. Here is a very simple list of ten wardrobe essentials.

Yves Saint LaurentThe Le Smoking tux is one of the designer’s most enduring pieces

Sasha Pivovarova in Schiaparelli Haute Couture, by Glen Luchford///Vogue Paris November 2014 ✖️✨✖️

Sasha Pivovarova by Glen Luchford for Vogue Paris November 2014

Clemence Poesy attending Chanel Haute Couture Fall 2013

Clemence Poesy attends the Chanel show as part of Paris Fashion Week Haute-Couture Fall/Winter at Grand Palais on July 2013 in Paris, France.

Жакет в клетку: 5 секретов, как создать самый стильный образ

Жакет в клетку: 5 секретов, как создать самый стильный образ

Tribute? Emma wore a tuxedo jacket and trousers to the Vogue Paris Foundation dinner, which could have been an homage to famed French designer Yves Saint Laurent, who coined the look for women

Emma Watson looks racy in black midriff flashing lacy two-piece

Emma wore a tuxedo jacket and trousers to the Vogue Paris Foundation dinner, which could have been an homage to famed French designer Yves Saint Laurent, who coined the look for women

Charles James puffer coat, 1937

France - Evening dress by Jeanne Lanvin - Wool crêpe, silk chiffon, trimmed with gilt sequins Charles James must have been inspired by this jacket!

Dress, Lucien Lelong, Paris, 1928. Silk (satin, chiffon, embroidery), glass (diamante), metal (gilt thread). Lelong was one of the leading couturiers of the 1920s. Christian Dior, Pierre Balmain, and Hubert de Givenchy all worked for him. His clients included Greta Garbo, Gloria Swanson, Colette, and Rose Kennedy. McCord Museum.

Dress, Lucien Lelong, Paris, 1928. Silk (satin, chiffon, embroidery), glass (diamante), metal (gilt thread). Lelong was one of the leading couturiers of the 1920s. Christian Dior, Pierre Balmain, and Hubert de Givenchy all worked for him. His clients included Greta Garbo, Gloria Swanson, Colette, and Rose Kennedy. McCord Museum.

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