George Barbier French Fashion Prints  1912
Journal des Dames et des Modes

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Robe de chambre
by George Barbier
CP96 Reg Price: $145
Sale Price: $135
Manteau de Theatre
by George Barbier
CP71 Reg Price: $145
Sale Price: $135
Travestissement d'apres Longhi
by George Barbier
CP56 Reg Price: $145
Sale Price:  $135
Robe de charmeuse garnie de zibeline
by Victor Lhuer
CP128 Reg Price: $165
Sale Price: $135
Toilette de nuit en linon a pois garnie
by Robert Pichenot
CP54 Reg Price: $165
Sale Price: $135
Jupe de satin bordeaux
by Germain Leurain
CP169 Reg Price: $145
Sale Price: $115
Robe de taffetas et mousseline de soie peinte
by Fabius
CP184 Reg Price: $145
Sale Price: $125
Robe de velours mais
by Pierre E. Leguai
CP111 Reg Price: $145
Sale Price: $125
Robe d'apres-midi en velours noir
by H. Robert Dammy
CP48 Reg Price: $145
Sale Price: $125
Robe de Garden Party
by H. Robert Dammy
CP159 Reg Price: $165
Sale Price: $135
Robe de nansouk bordee de linon bleu de ciel
by Victor Lhuer

CP177 Reg Price: $165
Sale Price: $135
Robe de jeune fille en crepe de chine
by H. Robert Dammy
CP59 Reg Price: $165
Sale Price: $135
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George Barbier Costumes Parisiens Pochoir Prints 1912

These extremely rare prints are from the Journal des Dames et des Modes, Costumes Parisiens. These pochoir illustrations were published from 1912-1914, with only 1,279 copies published per issue. The selection offered here is from printing #240, with the title page so marked.

Similar to the Bon Ton Gazette, but even more scarce, it was designed to appeal to the elite of Paris, with high fashion plates and chatty articles on all aspects of life for the privileged, it transcends its mundane goals through the incredible quality of the publication from the high quality paper to the breath taking beauty of the prints and the high quality of the art throughout.

Many of the works of the fashion designers of the day were featured, especially George Barbier, who made his debut as a fashion designer with this work. The most notable artists utilized were Brunelleschii, Leon Bakst, J. van Brock, Etienne Drian, Pierre Legrain, Victor Lheur, Armand Vallee, Gerda Wegener, along with many others. George Barbier was truly a luminary of the time, becoming hugely successful in the world of design and haute couture fashion illustration, contributing to Vogue as well as Bon Ton and Journal des Dames. His designs for the magazine are particularly prized.

 

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