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Jeanne Paquin (1869–1936) was a leading French fashion designer, known for her resolutely modern and innovative designs. She was also the first woman designer to open her own fashion house in Paris


1902 Rare design by Jeanne Paquin , romantic gown in pale blue was worn for the evening Theatre


Jeanne Paquin (1869 - 1936) - was a leading French fashion designer, known for her modern and creative designs. She was born in Saint-Denis, Franch. Paquin was trained as a dressmaker in Maisson Rouff. 1891, she open her own fashion house.


Black silk chiffon and velvet day dress with embroidered net lace collar, by Jeanne Paquin, French, c. 1903. The hanging grape cluster decorations match the flowing dress lines. During the Art Nouveau period, motifs of organic natural objects were favored and often used as clothing ornaments.


Jeanne Paquin labelled green lace and satin dress, Summer 1927 Large woven satin label, dated and numbered 40563, with diagonal satin bands converging at the front with two floating panels, interal satin waist slip, bust 92cm, 36in - Estimate £500 - £700 Kerry Taylor Auctions - London - June 17, 2009

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1925 Jeanne Paquin Colorful Beaded Silk-Tulle Flapper Dress

1925 Jeanne Paquin silk tulle flapper dress, Paris. This breathtaking beaded flapper has a stunning combination of colors and novelty designs. The base is an ivory silk that is remarkably sound. The overlay is a beautiful black silk-tulle which gives an illusion design. The scenic cherries and floral pattern is made of thousands of tiny glass beads that have a faint metallic sheen to them. Pinks and bright blues mix with deep olives and coppers; giving almost an ombre-gradient affect.


Sophie Malgat wearing Jeanne Paquin, 1951. Photograph by Georges Saad for L'Art de la Mode.

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Evening dress

Chimère evening gown; Jeanne Paquin, 1925.