courreges 1960                                                                                                                                                                                 Plus

courreges 1960 Plus

Courrèges, photo Peter Knapp | Madame Rêve Paris

Courrèges, photo Peter Knapp | Madame Rêve Paris

André Courrèges

André Courrèges

10-12-11  Courrèges, 1965

10-12-11 Courrèges, 1965

Courrèges mini dress

Courrèges mini dress

Courrèges

Courrèges

Diana Ross en André Courrèges, 1966

Diana Ross en André Courrèges, 1966

by André Courrèges

by André Courrèges

Source : Courrèges coat 1960 #demoisellecapeline wedding planner Bretagne et FRANCE (demoisellecapeline@gamile)

Source : Courrèges coat 1960 #demoisellecapeline wedding planner Bretagne et FRANCE (demoisellecapeline@gamile)

Courrèges -robe 150- mini cabas AC

Courrèges -robe 150- mini cabas AC

Source : Courrèges Archives #demoisellecapeline wedding planner Bretagne et FRANCE (demoisellecapeline@gamile)

Source : Courrèges Archives #demoisellecapeline wedding planner Bretagne et FRANCE (demoisellecapeline@gamile)

Harper’s Bazaar April 1965, Jean Shrimpton wearing Courreges, photographer Richard Avedon

Harper’s Bazaar April 1965, Jean Shrimpton wearing Courreges, photographer Richard Avedon

Lunettes Courrèges © Richard Avedon

Lunettes Courrèges © Richard Avedon

Dress, André Courrèges, 1960's.                                                                                                                                                                                 Plus

Dress, André Courrèges, 1960's. Plus

André Courrèges - Vive la France! 1970 1971

André Courrèges - Vive la France! 1970 1971

Basque fashion visionary André Courrèges’s designs revolutionized fashion. The vaunted and historical miniskirt, defined by Courrèges as being 4” or more above the knee, was shown as early as 1961 in his first independent show....

Basque fashion visionary André Courrèges’s designs revolutionized fashion. The vaunted and historical miniskirt, defined by Courrèges as being 4” or more above the knee, was shown as early as 1961 in his first independent show....

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