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The Museum at FIT's latest exhibition is a wonderful meditation on the style of one woman and the power of the gaze | Observer | #ProustsMuse

The Museum at FIT's latest exhibition is a wonderful meditation on the style of one woman and the power of the gaze | Observer | #ProustsMuse

"Such authors as Proust, Edmond de Goncourt and Robert de Montesquiou, her uncle, wrote about Greffulhe’s outfits, almost turning themselves into fashion critics while minutely reporting on each detail. Such excerpts are displayed alongside the dresses.  “It’s very rare to have so much literature on somebody’s outfits,” says the museum director."Byzantine dress by Worth, 1904

"Such authors as Proust, Edmond de Goncourt and Robert de Montesquiou, her uncle, wrote about Greffulhe’s outfits, almost turning themselves into fashion critics while minutely reporting on each detail. Such excerpts are displayed alongside the dresses. “It’s very rare to have so much literature on somebody’s outfits,” says the museum director."Byzantine dress by Worth, 1904

Evening dress, Beauchez, c. 1900, from the Palais Galliera's collection. Worn by the Comtesse Greffulhe. Photo: Julien Vidal / Galliera / Roger-Viollet

Evening dress, Beauchez, c. 1900, from the Palais Galliera's collection. Worn by the Comtesse Greffulhe. Photo: Julien Vidal / Galliera / Roger-Viollet

robe de jour Soinard, vers 1887

robe de jour Soinard, vers 1887

La Mode retrouvée | Palais Galliera | Musée de la mode de la Ville de Paris

La Mode retrouvée | Palais Galliera | Musée de la mode de la Ville de Paris

Countess Greffulhe’s fans including one in ostrich feathers and gloves Photo by Dominique Maître

Countess Greffulhe’s fans including one in ostrich feathers and gloves Photo by Dominique Maître

Arsenic in the shell

Arsenic in the shell

Men and Women's Clothing circa 1860s

Men and Women's Clothing circa 1860s

expo robes de la comtesse de Greffulhe (1860-1952), Galliera, Paris

expo robes de la comtesse de Greffulhe (1860-1952), Galliera, Paris

Herbert Luey Evening dress | Met Museum | ca. 1890 One of the cases where the back of the gown certainly exceeds the front. Such spectacular draping! This is what happens with proper fabric choice, ladies and gents.

Herbert Luey Evening dress | Met Museum | ca. 1890 One of the cases where the back of the gown certainly exceeds the front. Such spectacular draping! This is what happens with proper fabric choice, ladies and gents.

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