un moment avec Lee Paris, France In the old house and atelier of sculptor Antoine Bourdelle, another sculptor's work is celebrated, though none in stone or clay. Couturier Madame Grès always wanted to be sculptor, and has said she considers herself one. And so amidst Bourdelle's molds and...

ModaLisboa Love - Ricardo Preto Fall 2011 - Photo by Telma Russo  Tive a grande oportunidade de ver as criações de Madame Grés, recentemente, no MUDE, em Lisboa, e passei um tempo infinito a olhar para aqueles fantásticos e esculturais vestidos. Agora há semelhante oportunidade de apreciar...

- Madame Grès' Museum poster The Fashion/Art debate rages on. While a Jean Paul Gaultier retrospective opens in Montreal and the news that Rodarte's first couture collection will soon appear at The LA County Museum of Art, one exhibition continues quietly on in Paris. Madame Grès, La...

For someone like myself, who immerses herself in fashion history on a regular basis, it's hard to believe that Madame Gres could go unnoticed, particularly by an experienced dealer. After all, some would argue that Madame Gres was the greatest couturier in history! But unlike other legends...

I feel like I've lagged so far behind in writing about this, that everything that needs to be said about the Madame Grès exhibition at the Musée Bourdelle in Paris, has already been said. I'd like to first and foremost refer people to Suzy Menkes' indepth review of the exhibition (if we all...

Today I went to see "Mme Gres" exhibition. Germaine Emilie Krebs was a French haute couture fashion designer, she launched her design house under the name of Grès in Paris in 1942. Trained as a sculptress, she had designed haute couture designs for fashionable women of his era as Marlene...

Unbelievably, there's never been a retrospective of Madame Grès in Paris—until now. A lifetime of the visionary couturière's work can be seen in an inspirational exhibition organized by the Musée Galliera, but held in the Musée Bourdelle. Madame Grès, born Germaine Émilie Krebs, always wished...

I agree with you, usually I am not a big fan of clothes exhibitions. There is something breath taking in a movement of a garment and the person wearing brings a new dimension to it. Yet somehow the magnificent museum setting highlights all the folds of the materias, it just works. Kym's...

Alexis and Lisa in the Madame Gres exhibit Students presenting their customer profile project Visit some of the Tumblr pages created in Summer 2011: Parsons Salle Fellini Tumblr page,Le Petit Chic, GiGi and Just Ones and Zeroes. Many of the students have continued with their pages, let...

The sculpted dresses of Madame Grès have found a home at the Bourdelle Museum. The exhibition showcased 80 creations from the collections of the Galliera Museum, as well as loans from private collectors and contemporary designers. Automne 1933. Robe du soir fourreau. Jersey de viscose...

 

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