Robe de maison - Jacques Doucet

Robe de maison - Jacques Doucet

Madeleine Vionnet, souvenirs de Jacques Doucet (1985) - Vionnet - Couturiers

Madeleine Vionnet, souvenirs de Jacques Doucet (1985) - Vionnet - Couturiers

Madeleine Vionnet, souvenirs de Jacques Doucet (1985) - Vionnet - Couturiers

Madeleine Vionnet, souvenirs de Jacques Doucet (1985) - Vionnet - Couturiers

Jacques Doucet (couturier) - Wikiwand

Jacques Doucet (couturier) - Wikiwand

Eileen Gray Table aux chars, circa 1915 Bois laqué, ébène, ivoire  - Conçue pour le couturier Jacques Doucet Collection particulière, courtesy Galerie Vallois, Paris   © photo : Vallois-Paris-Arnaud Carpentie

Eileen Gray Table aux chars, circa 1915 Bois laqué, ébène, ivoire - Conçue pour le couturier Jacques Doucet Collection particulière, courtesy Galerie Vallois, Paris © photo : Vallois-Paris-Arnaud Carpentie

Jacques Doucet, 1898-1900 Jaquette portée par Cléo de Mérode  Velours de soie, broderie de perle de jais et paillettes Coll. UFAC, Don Cléo de Mérode, 1949 Inv. 49-14-1 © ADAGP, Paris, 2011 © Les Arts Décoratifs, Paris / photo : Jean Tholance

Jacques Doucet, 1898-1900 Jaquette portée par Cléo de Mérode Velours de soie, broderie de perle de jais et paillettes Coll. UFAC, Don Cléo de Mérode, 1949 Inv. 49-14-1 © ADAGP, Paris, 2011 © Les Arts Décoratifs, Paris / photo : Jean Tholance

Jacques Doucet was first, and foremost, a connoisseur of art.  Additionally, his passion for the refined and exquisite overflowed into his dealings with fashion, making him one of the finest French couturiers during the Belle Époque

Jacques Doucet was first, and foremost, a connoisseur of art. Additionally, his passion for the refined and exquisite overflowed into his dealings with fashion, making him one of the finest French couturiers during the Belle Époque

Jacques Doucet's hôtel particulier stairs, 33 rue Saint-James, Neuilly-sur-Seine, 1929 photograph by Pierre Legrain - Art déco — Wikipédia

Jacques Doucet's hôtel particulier stairs, 33 rue Saint-James, Neuilly-sur-Seine, 1929 photograph by Pierre Legrain - Art déco — Wikipédia

Cette étroite commode de Paul Iribe est décorée par la "rose Iribe" caractéristique. Sa surface est recouverte de Galuchat vert. Ce meuble fut designé pour le couturier Jacques Doucet.

Cette étroite commode de Paul Iribe est décorée par la "rose Iribe" caractéristique. Sa surface est recouverte de Galuchat vert. Ce meuble fut designé pour le couturier Jacques Doucet.

Jacques Doucet was first, and foremost, a connoisseur of art.  Additionally, his passion for the refined and exquisite overflowed into his dealings with fashion, making him one of the finest French couturiers during the Belle Époque

Jacques Doucet was first, and foremost, a connoisseur of art. Additionally, his passion for the refined and exquisite overflowed into his dealings with fashion, making him one of the finest French couturiers during the Belle Époque

Maison Jacques Doucet (1853-1929), couturier français. Paris, rue de la Paix, 1908

Maison Jacques Doucet (1853-1929), couturier français. Paris, rue de la Paix, 1908

Jacques Doucet was first, and foremost, a connoisseur of art.  Additionally, his passion for the refined and exquisite overflowed into his dealings with fashion, making him one of the finest French couturiers during the Belle Époque

Jacques Doucet was first, and foremost, a connoisseur of art. Additionally, his passion for the refined and exquisite overflowed into his dealings with fashion, making him one of the finest French couturiers during the Belle Époque

Jacques Doucet was first, and foremost, a connoisseur of art.  Additionally, his passion for the refined and exquisite overflowed into his dealings with fashion, making him one of the finest French couturiers during the Belle Époque

Jacques Doucet was first, and foremost, a connoisseur of art. Additionally, his passion for the refined and exquisite overflowed into his dealings with fashion, making him one of the finest French couturiers during the Belle Époque

Jacques Doucet was first, and foremost, a connoisseur of art.  Additionally, his passion for the refined and exquisite overflowed into his dealings with fashion, making him one of the finest French couturiers during the Belle Époque

Jacques Doucet was first, and foremost, a connoisseur of art. Additionally, his passion for the refined and exquisite overflowed into his dealings with fashion, making him one of the finest French couturiers during the Belle Époque

French Art Deco: le manteau de la cheminée de la maison du couturier Jacques DOUCET (33 rue St James, à Neuilly-sur-Seine, France), a été conçu par Jacques LIPCHITZ (ainsi que les chenêts) (1928).

French Art Deco: le manteau de la cheminée de la maison du couturier Jacques DOUCET (33 rue St James, à Neuilly-sur-Seine, France), a été conçu par Jacques LIPCHITZ (ainsi que les chenêts) (1928).

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