Винтажная одежда для кукол: Haute Couture

Miss Virginia Lachasse

Miss Lachasse was one of a collection of fashion dolls created for a touring exhibition to raise money for the Greater London Fund for the Blind. She was based on Virginia Woodford, the leading model at the Lachasse couture house in Mayfair.

Her wardrobe shows the clothes a typical couture client would possess. It includes lingerie, accessories and jewellery, made specially by exclusive London companies such as Asprey. It also has what is thought to be the smallest pair of nylon stockings ever made.

The Théâtre de la Mode dolls of 1945-6 functioned as ambassadors for French couture in their world-wide tour after the war. Miss Lachasse, with her equally exquisite miniaturisation of fashionable dress, shows London's skills.

Винтажная одежда для кукол: Miss Virginia Lachasse

Винтажная одежда для кукол: Miss Virginia Lachasse

Miss Lachasse wears top coat by Lachasse 
in Rankine Hamilton ‘Dream Touch’ tweed, 
London 1954.

Miss Lachasse wears formal evening gown
by Lachasse in silk satin by Jacqmar; 
surrounded by her outfits and accessories.

Винтажная одежда для кукол: Miss Virginia Lachasse

Винтажная одежда для кукол: Miss Virginia Lachasse

Fine wool afternoon dress and leather belt; 
with brassiere, corset and suede gloves by Warners, 
nylon stockings by Aristoc, 
and leather handbag by Asprey. 
London, 1954.

Detail of a cocktail dress with embroidered label by 
Lachasse. London 1954.



Источник публикации: The Golden Age of Couture



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