The hats of Parisian milliner Madame Paulette have appeared in countless scenes over time. From the 1940 through the 80s, Paulette’s works sat perched atop the likes of everyone from Gloria Swanson to Rose Kennedy, Eva Péron to Princess Grace of Monaco. Designing for everyone from Pierre Balmain to Coco Chanel throughout her career, Paulette worked well into her 80s for the likes of Thierry Mugler and Claude Montana. Chic is the word.
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