Paul Poiret, Kimono Inspired Robe, ca. 1913

Paul Poiret, Kimono Inspired Robe, ca. 1913

Fancy dress costume, 1911 Paul Poiret (French, 1879–1944) Seafoam green silk gauze, silver lamé, blue foil and blue and silver coiled cellophane cord appliqué, and blue, silver, coral, pink, and turquoise cellulose beading; L. (a) 50 1/4 in. (127.6 cm)

Fancy dress costume, 1911 Paul Poiret (French, 1879–1944) Seafoam green silk gauze, silver lamé, blue foil and blue and silver coiled cellophane cord appliqué, and blue, silver, coral, pink, and turquoise cellulose beading; L. (a) 50 1/4 in. (127.6 cm)

Evening costume by Paul Poiret, 1911-1920, at the Kobe Fashion Museum.

Evening costume by Paul Poiret, 1911-1920, at the Kobe Fashion Museum.

Paul Poiret , Afternoon Dress and Hat, 1923   (Dress) Silk crepe de chine and velvet with silk and metallic thread embroidery; (hat) silk with leather appliqué and metallic thread embroidery

Paul Poiret , Afternoon Dress and Hat, 1923 (Dress) Silk crepe de chine and velvet with silk and metallic thread embroidery; (hat) silk with leather appliqué and metallic thread embroidery

Paul Poiret is a French designer who "freed the bosom, shackled the legs, but gave liberty to the body" with his corset-less designs with narrow hems.

Paul Poiret is a French designer who "freed the bosom, shackled the legs, but gave liberty to the body" with his corset-less designs with narrow hems.

Paul Poiret, Silk faille dinner dress, 1922-23  **I like the lines but would prefer a different Color/Pattern

Paul Poiret, Silk faille dinner dress, 1922-23 **I like the lines but would prefer a different Color/Pattern

Paul Poiret's Minaret tunic originated from dress inspired by harem pants underneath a flared tunic.  | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Paul Poiret's Minaret tunic originated from dress inspired by harem pants underneath a flared tunic. | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Coat - the fashion of Paul Poiret (circa 1911) echoed the Japanese kimono

Coat - the fashion of Paul Poiret (circa 1911) echoed the Japanese kimono

Dress called "Strozzi" by Paul Poiret. Photo appeared in the April, 1911 edition of "Art and Decoration." Photo by Edward Steichen.

Dress called "Strozzi" by Paul Poiret. Photo appeared in the April, 1911 edition of "Art and Decoration." Photo by Edward Steichen.

Paul Poiret popularized the "lampshade" dress in 1913. Other designers then jumped on the bandwagon. From top to bottom: Poiret, Poiret, Paquin, Jenny, Abat-Jour, Premet, Poiret, Beer, and Laferrière.

Paul Poiret popularized the "lampshade" dress in 1913. Other designers then jumped on the bandwagon. From top to bottom: Poiret, Poiret, Paquin, Jenny, Abat-Jour, Premet, Poiret, Beer, and Laferrière.

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