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French designer Jeanne Lanvin designed this silk evening cape back in 1925

Coco Chanel to Christian Dior: Haute couture dresses on display

ca 1925 Jeanne Lanvin (attrib) evening cape, of silk velvet and silk satin, glass beads and jet beads.

This 1924 travel coat was designed by French designer Madeleine Vionnet...

Coco Chanel to Christian Dior: Haute couture dresses on display

Black wool velour coat with beaver fur trim, by Cripps, Sons and Co., English (Liverpool), c. 1926-30. Lined with grey wool flannel and black rayon "silk".

Black wool velour coat with beaver fur trim, by Cripps, Sons and Co., English (Liverpool), c. Lined with grey wool flannel and black rayon "silk".

Coco Chanel c. 1926 Helen Larson Historic Fashion Collection

Domestic Affairs: Spotlight on FIDM Museum’s Helen Larson Historic Fashion Collection

Chanel  1927-1929

Chanel Coat and Dress Ensemble Green overstitched cotton coat lined in printed silk muslin, edged w/ scalloped silk muslin appliqués, Sleeves lined in green silk serge. Scalloped edgde dress in black, yellow and red printed silk muslin.

Ensemble Madeleine Vionnet, 1927 The Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Madeleine Vionnet (attributed to) (France, 1876 - Woman’s Afternoon Dress with Cape, circa 1927 Costume/clothing principle attire/upper body; Costume/clothing principle attire/entire body, Printed silk georgette, Gift of Mrs.

Sleeveless evening coat, mid-calf, Natalia Goncharova for Maison Myrbor.  Silk with random patchwork, open front.  Victoria and Albert Museum

Evening coat

1925 Natalia Goncharova (probably) design for Marie Cuttoli House of Myrbor evening coat of hand-sewn and hand-embroidered silk and satin, appliqué, lined with satin.

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