mercredi 27 mars 2013

1931 FACE DOS PROFIL / Galerie du Crédit Municipal de Paris

Robe Madeleine Vionnet 1931/ Archives de Paris The exhibition "1931, back-face-profile" is dedicated to the deposition model. It is designed and produced by the Galliera Museum, with the assistance of the Archives of Paris. This exhibition is an invitation to discover the extraordinary creativity of the Parisian fashion of the 1930s, through archival documents, revealed for the first time to the public in Paris. March 28 to July 6, 2013.   This exhibition presents a new collection of photographs and fashion designs from a collection of over three million model deposits preserved in the Archives of Paris. These documents reveal an industry of high fashion anxious to protect their creations against copying, depositing in each collection, the main models of clothing or accessories from the tribunal of Paris. Valuables, they testify to the extraordinary creativity and virtuosity of a golden age of Parisian couture, with the presence of the biggest names like Madeleine Vionnet, Jeanne Lanvin, Hermes ... but also houses neglected and no less talented as Druilhe Callot Sisters, Heather. Yet the documentary requirement induces a photographic device to industrial design, the model is duplicated in diptychs, triptychs and sometimes three-sided mirrors, which can turn around (front, back, profile) into a kinetic view and modern dress. The year 1931 is exceptionally rich deposits (more than 10,000) and saw the birth of a style that marks the 1930s. Lines apparent simplicity build sophisticated day dresses with cutouts or inlays. High contrast with the two-tone geometric united skirts. Pajamas become elements of a wardrobe active and worldly. For evening satin sheath black and white reigns, bust and hips molded plunging neckline in the back. In parallel there is the temptation of a popular romantic ruffles and chiffon while. Fur, including ermine, is needed at any time of the day. To highlight the major fashion trends of the year, pictures and drawings are set against publications of the time as well as clothing and accessories from the collections of Galliera. COMMISSIONER: Sylvie Lécallier, responsible for photographic collection of Galliera Assisted by Corinne Dom and Alexander Samson

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