Madeleine vionnet

Discover the iconic designs of Madeleine Vionnet, a visionary fashion designer known for her revolutionary bias cut technique. Explore the exquisite craftsmanship and timeless elegance of her creations.
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Evening dress spring/summer 1938 Madeleine Vionnet French

Though there are separate specialists for applied braid and fringe, known as the crépinières, Vionnet chose in this instance to employ an embroidery of individual graduated lengths of silk thread passed and looped through the fabric, with each thread forming two drops of fringe

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Madeleine Vionnet and Art Deco

A friend showed me this very interesting book. Its main argument is that Art Deco fashion was greatly influenced by Cubism. I found the argument contrived and not at all convincing but it didn't stop me enjoying the wonderful images of Art Deco style garments. One of my favourite designers in the book is Madeleine Vionnet. She was known for her great skill in working with fabric on the bias. In this 1932 dress step-shaped, bias-cut panels make a sheath that skims the body. So revolutionary…