A small, single book-piece, this work from BnF editions (L’Œil curieux collection) immerses us in the world of French haute couture between the Second Empire and the 1940s. Photographed on the fly by the Séeberger brothers in a luxurious and often humorous context, these men of elegance staged the creations of major fashion designers: Worth, Doucet, Lanvin, Poiret, Chanel, Patou…
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