Dress, Cape and Belt, Maggy Rouff (French, 1896-1971): 1934, printed silk chiffon. "When Maggy Rouff opened her fashion house in 1929 in Paris, the tradition of designers achieving celebrity status had already been established by Charles Frederick Worth. The success of women designers like Madeline Vionnet, Madame Paquin and the Callot Soeures, inspired a new generation of women to design."
Evening dress Lucien Lelong (French, 1889–1958) Design House: House of Lelong (French, founded 1923) Date: early 1930s Culture: French Medium: silk. Front
Evening Dress, Callot Soeurs, France: ca. 1932-1935, French, silk satin with loops of bakelite. Label/Imprint: "Made in France / Callot Soeurs / Paris / Nouvelle Marque Déposée"
Robe de mariée 1919
MAGGY ROUFF, circa 1938. All short-shirt for the beach
Dinner dress (image 1) | House of Lanvin | French | 1939 | silk, spangles | Metropolitan Museum of Art | Accession Number: C.I.46.4.17a–c
Maggy Rouff evening dress 1925
Black chiffon evening gown, Harry Collins, New York, 1919, embroidered with black jet beads. Dress has floating back panels edged in jet beads, and another jet panel on the side of the skirt with a laddering effect. Meadow Brook Hall Costume Collection, Oakland Univ.
Maggy Rouff (Couture) 1935 Dress for cruise, Pap studio
Day Dress. Plum ribbed silk faille with chemical lace detailing, circa 1911. Oversized Tan Straw Hat, circa 1911. Parasol: Plum and cream cotton sateen with oak handle, via StickleyMuseum.org.