reboux

This 1890s hat and muff set is made from the feathers of the Great Crested Grebe, a bird that was so desired for its use in fashion that its near extinction caused the formation of the The Royal Society for the Protection of Birds.

The set was designed by Caroline Reboux, a famed Parisian milliner especially renowned for her use of feathers.

1934.

Woman at left wears an antelope beret by Reboux with a black astrakhan cape by Max; woman at right wears a grege angora beret rolled into a tricorne by Reboux with a breitschwantz and ermine cape by Max.

Image by Condé Nast Archive/CORBIS

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Vernissage de l’artiste Brigitte Reboux

Vernissage de l’artiste Brigitte Reboux

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Vernissage à Paris

Vivre dans une société de consommation de subir le gaspillage énerve plus d’un entre nous, ça prend réellement la tête et par moments on ne sait plus comment gérer tout ça. Mais il y a des personnes sensibles avec un accès direct vers une poésie qui nous entoure partout, tout le temps, à commencer par le plus petit détail à nos côtés jusqu’à l’univers infini. Brigitte Reboux,…

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Princess Nathalie Paley – 1936

Princess Nathalie Paley – 1936

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Princess Nathalie Paley wearing a Persian lamb bolero, a three-quarter-length wool dress by Lucien Lelong, and a striped hat by Reboux

Vogue – December 1936

© André Durst

Archiviato in:Lucien Lelong, Nathalie Paley, PHOTO BLACK & WHITE Tagged: 30’s & old, André Durst, Lucien Lelong, Vintage, Vogue

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