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January 24, 2011

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Nancy

One particular piece in Galliano's collection, the black blazer with strips of crochet (?) on the the front coming down the sides, made me think of a coat from Paul Poiret.
Poiret designed a tailored black wool coat with filigree applique (1919). I first saw that coat in the book "Poiret" by Harold Koda and Andrew Bolton published by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

Paul Poiret... Ballet Russe....

I enjoyed reading your article.

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