Evening gown, by Jeanne Paquin, France, 1912. Silk satin, netting and lace, glass beads and cotton flowers. Helen Larson Historic Fashion Collection.
1895 Jeanne Paquin ivory silk ball gown with pearl & rose lace embroidery.
Opera coat by Jeanne Paquin, 1912, at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Illustration from "Gazette du bon ton: arts, modes & frivolités," 1912-1913, Tome I, courtesy of the Smithsonian Libraries.
The Mystery of the Gray Striped Dresses: at top, a dress owned by Rosamund (nee Anstruther)(Mrs. Edward) Hussey of Kent, England, maker unknown. Next to it is a painting by JJ (James Jebusa) Shannon (1862-1923) of Mrs. Hussey wearing the dress, shortly after her marriage in 1900. Below that, a photo of the painting being made! (Courtesy UK National Trust.) Bottom, two similar silk dresses by Jeanne Paquin. Left, 1912 (owned by the Met) and right, 1910 (sold by Auctions Eve).
Evening gown, Jeanne Paquin, Paris, Winter 1911. Two pieces, Empire waist. Black silk net over ivory silk satin and black velvet sash and bow. All decorated with white and jet beads, Augusta Auctions
Jeanne Paquin - Just lovely.
Opera Coat (image 1) | Jeanne Paquin | France | 1910 | silk, fur, cotton | National Gallery of Australia | Accession #: NGA 89.1361
Design House: (a–c) House of Paquin (French, 1891–1956) Designer: (a–c) Mme. Jeanne Paquin (French, 1869–1936) Designer: (d) Thurn (American) Date: spring/summer 1910 Culture: French Medium: wool, metal, silk
Model in Paquin Dress - 1930 - Creation: ‘Garden Party’, Paris - by Jeanne Paquin (French, 1869-1936)