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Today’s Inspiration: Jacques Griffe Jacques Griffe (Theodore Antoine Emile Griffe) was a a French Haute couture designer born in the early 20th century (I’ve seen a few conflicting birthdates). He started his career working for a tailor, he worked for design house Mirra before serving in WWII; he was captured and held as a prisoner of war. After the war, Griffe worked for Vionnet (see past post) where he started as a cutter, learned how to drape, and started creating his own designs. Around 1942 he opened his own design house, Griffe Of Paris (he also had a ready-to-west line called ‘Evolution’). When Molyneux (see past post) retired around 1950, Griffe took over his studio (I have read that Griffe worked as an apprentice to Molyneux, but I don’t know that for certain). Jacques Griffe also designed costumes for film and theatre. Griffe was known as a master draper- he created intricate bias-cut gowns, designs with crinoline supports, which was a sort of throw-back when he was designing clothes. The image of the model in the scalloped ballgown, standing at a window might be his most famous piece, but a lot of his work had similar architectural design elements. His work was very traditionally feminine- which was a perfect fit for a French Couturier designing in the post WWII, “New Look” era. He worked with challenging fabrics like lamé and moire and made complicated and difficult sewing look effortless. Griffe retired near the end of the 1960’s. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• #JacquesGriffe #Griffe #GriffeOfParis #Vionnet #Molyneux #Evolution #HighFashion #WearableArt #HauteCouture #Couture #FashionDesign #FashionDesigner #DesignerEverything #FrenchFashion #FashionHistory #CostumeDesign #CostumeHistory #HistoryOfDress #DressHistory #Atelier #Bespoke #Hollywood #CostumeHistory #WomensWear #WhatWomenWore #ReadyToWear #PrêtàPorter #TodaysInspiration

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Barbara Mullen is wearing silk crepe dress draped over one shoulder by Jacques Griffe, photo by Guy Arsac, Paris 1957. As a boy, Griffe was taught sewing, first by his seanstress mother, and then by a local tailor. He then worked for and trained with Mirra, a couturier in Toulouse. In 1936 he went to Paris where he was employed by Vionnet. There he learned the art of draping and cutting the fabric the Vionnet way - using a small jointed mannequin. After WWII, Griffe worked briefly as an assistant to Molyneux, and opened his own design establishment in 1946. Though his collections were small, he gained attention in the fashion press. In 1950, he took over the house of Molyneux, who was retiring. Besides his couture collections, Griffe also did a ready-to-wear line, “Evolution.” Since he was equally able to sketch, he did both. Unlike his mentor, he was more of a colorist. He chose conservative colors— grey, brown, black, and checks in alpaca, wool jersey, crêpe, and broadcloth for suits and coats. Seen in them is the hand of a creative tailor—he was the first to introduce the boxy jacket, tunic, and cone-shaped coat of the 1950s. Aesthetically pleasing lines were imposed by his cut onto darts and seams used for fitting between the waist and shoulders. Decorative curved welt seams ending in an arrow were often used. His day and afternoon dresses were softer than his suits. Sleeves were often kimono cut; bodices often blouson. Asymmetrical clothing ended in drapes, scarves, or bows at neck or hips. Evening dresses were also soft, supple, and feminine. Gowns were sheaths, or had extremely elaborate full skirts, floor or ballet length that ended in harem or flounced hems. Skirt decorations were either shirred, bands graduated in size, repeated swirled ruffles, or petal-like panels of pleating. Griffe retired in 1968, and though his skill as a designer was second to none, he has, unfortunately, been largely fogotten in the 21st century. #jacquesgriffe #couture #barbaramullen #guyarsac #frenchcouture #historyoffashion #fashionlegacy #histoiredelamode #vionnet #molyneux #asymmetricalgown #silkjersey #paris #50s #glamour #instafashion

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Playsuit with detachable skirt by Molyneux, les modes June 1934, photo by Dorvyne #30sfashion #30sstyle #1930ssfashion #1930sstyle #thirtiesstyle #thirtiesfashion #1930sfashion #1930sstyle #dorvyne #molyneux #1934 #lesmodesmagazine

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We had to repost this fabulous picture of two of our favourite things... @tessiturebevilacqua and @annabelsmayfair and to top it all @j.p.molyneux - the renowned interior designer - what a combination. The gorgeous cushions pictured in Annabels are covered in melograno silk lampasse . . . #annabelsmayfair #silklampasse #tessiturebevilacqua #melograno #interiors #interiordesign #designinspiration #luxurylifestyle #decor #decoration #interior #designers #acutabovetherest #molyneux #highendinteriors #luxuryhomes #designcentrechelseaharbour #designcentrech #visitourshowroom #exclusivedistribution #internationalstyle #internationalsuppliers #italianstyle

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Oi! O Rue la Boétie de Molyneux é um perfume floral, com notas amadeiradas bem intensas e que, na minha pele, dura por mais de seis horas.✨No blog tem post fresquinho contando tudo a respeito. Vem ver se você gosta!💕 #ruelaboetie #molyneux #perfumesimportados .......... #PraCegoVer Em um fundo branco está o frasco retangular do perfume, destampado, com detalhes em dourado. Há um desenho, em cinza, de flores, arabescos e um círculo com aparência orgânica.😘[Ana]

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Quando a gente ama uma fragrância.... QUARTZ ROSE- MOLYNEUX!!!😍😍😍♥♥♥ Fragrância elegante, divertida e muito majestosa!!!😱😱😱 Vem pra Ivs!!!😊😊😊 #amamostudoisso #MOLYNEUX #equipemara #paravocêdivar 😘😘😘

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I have just acquired this photograph of Gertrude Lawrence taken by Paul Tanqueray in 1932. This is one of the most important fashion images of the 1930’s, stripes and dots provide a foretaste of Op Art. Gertrude Lawrence wears a brown and cream bias cut wool suit , a masterpiece of cutting by Molyneux . Molyneux dressed her for nothing , for so famous was she and such a perfect clothes horse, he could achieve no greater publicity. His othe most famous client was the Duchess of Kent , Princess Marina Of Greece. #fashion #1930s #1930sfashion #spots&stripes #biascut #suit #perfectclothes #gertrudelawrence #star #theatre #superstar #theatrestar #actress #noelcoward #molyneux #captainedwardmolyneux #couture #couturier #parisfashion #broadway #actrees #actor

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Finishing off #ManU at #Molyneux...

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آگهی شهر(تهران) قهوه سازنو توضیحات:اصل مولینکس، آکبند، بدون کارتن، قیمت مقطوع، فقط150هزارتومان دسته بندی: #وسایل_آشپزخانه #وسایل #غذاخوری تلفن:09351007240 تاریخ آگهی:97/12/26 #آگهی #شهر #تهران #قهوه #قهوه_ساز #اصل #مولینکس #آکبند #مقطوع #دیوار #دیوارتهران #دیوارقم_تهران #advertisement #city #tehran #coffee #coffeemaker #originals #molyneux #akband #fixed #divar #divartehran #divarqom_thran

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I just luv thiis image 🖤 Pleats are so current I have recently sourced Pleated Vintage Teadresses & Highwaisted Skirts Keep an eye on Oh Deer Vintage Posts & Stories 🖤 • • • • • #Repost @documenting_fashion • • • • • A perfectly timed gust of wind catches her dress, showing off its lovely sun ray pleats, and her airy, dotty scarf ... #jeanmoral #harpersbazaar 1938 #molyneux #parisfashion #fashionhistory #fashionstudies #dresshistory #vintagefashion #1930sfashion

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A perfectly timed gust of wind catches her dress, showing off its lovely sun ray pleats, and her airy, dotty scarf ... #jeanmoral #harpersbazaar 1938 #molyneux #parisfashion #fashionhistory #fashionstudies #dresshistory #vintagefashion #1930sfashion

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@ancap_society_ Is on track to becoming a household name right next to Block, Rockwell, (early) Molyneux, Hoppe, Benson and others. Pick up a copy if you haven't already, I'm putting my order through sometime next Friday. His work is absolutely phenomenal from what I've read so far, so please do buy. I'll be sure to do a full review once my copy arrives #libertarian #endthefed #ancap #minarchist #taxationistheft #capitalism #freemarket #hoppe #molyneux #block #benson #rockwell

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O perfume que remete a vida para toda mulher que não abre mão da sua liberdade. O perfume Vivre de Molyneux, traz a fragrância elegante e alegre para você criar sempre sua própria história. #molyneux #perfume #fragrancia #lojassaopatricio #promocao #50ml

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Hoje o perfume do dia é essa grande descoberta que tive o prazer de conhecer através do canal YouTube da linda @lalylihh . Perfume floral amadeirado, fragrância delicada ,expressa a feminilidade e cativa todos ao redor. Topo: Tangerina,íris, peônia e Jasmim. Corpo: Madeira branca, Vetiver e Almíscar. Tem a mesma proposta do Prada Infusion d'iris. #molyneux #paris #parfum #perfumes #youtubers #influencer #perfumesfemininos

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Molyneux & Dior admiring Stanfield’s ‘Mount St Michael, Cornwall’ ❤️ @ngvmelbourne

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Above Paris on the Eiffel Tower ---Harper's Bazaar: September 15, 1939 issue. Erwin Blumenfeld photo of Lisa Fonssagrives catching the breeze while wearing a floaty dress by Molyneax...... . . . . . #paris #aboveparis #fashion #harpersbazaar #1930s #fashionphotography #30sfashion #lisafonssagrives #erwinblumenfeld #latoureiffel #molyneux #frenchfashion #owltalk #blackandwhite #feelthebreeze #designerfashion #frenchdesigner #vintsgefashion #instastyle #instaglam #dreamy #vintagephoto #paris #chiffon #dress #eveningdress #fashionfantasy #floaty #beautiful

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The world’s BIGGEST philosophy show!🌎🌍🌏🧠💭 . False modesty is just another form of hypocrisy. . I know what I’m good at, and I’m good at this. . . 🎥 FULL video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yTK_xAUd7IE&t=2518s [Kanye, Atlas Shrugged and New Employment!] . . 🎥 Find more videos like this at: WithoutRulers.com . . #Philosophy #PhilosophyShow #AtlasShrugged #AynRand #Education #ReadMore #FreeCollege #NotAnArgument #StefanMolyneux #Molyneux #Freedomain #Peace #Love #Anarchy #WithoutRulers #LifeUnchained #AnarchoCapitalism #AnarchoCapitalist #Ancap #Anarchism #Anarchist #Voluntaryism #Voluntaryist #Libertarianism #TaxationIsTheft #Libertarian #Democrats #Republicans #Conservatives #MAGA

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Another fabulous 60s pattern now in my #etsyshop! #Molyneux #VogueParisOriginal https://etsy.me/2StoAZe

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This 70s mod vintage #edwardmolyneux is coming together beautifully. A lot of work for a simple looking dress. But here it is at the 50% point. One day, I’ll make my Oscars dress.🧵🧵🧵🧵🧵🧵🧵🧵🧵🧵🧵🧵🧵 #molyneux #fashion #style #vintage #vintagedresses #wip #v1049 #voguepatterns #vogueparisoriginal #isew #sewersgonnasew #sewersofinstagram #sewphotohop #collector #designers #paris #navyblue #details #dressmaker #ootd #potd #wiwt #70sfashion #workinprogress

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Ready stok. 08975490082 WA. Lokasi:cirebon. #moly # #molyneux # #molly # #holymoly # #mollybrazy # #mollybrazy #

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Pq dizer desse lindinho , importado hein !!! Faz a vibe p quem quer economizar e ama o Prada infusion iris com toque mais suave e aveludado 👌🏻, agradeço a @top.internacional por me fazer conhecer essa gracinha de perfume p dia dia , ótimo após banho , cheirinho de limpeza , de bebe , pelo seu atalcado, me lembrou a linha mamãe Bebe da @naturabroficial , certeza q usarei muito no dia dia e p deixar minhas noites mais leves com esse cheirinho calmante 👏🏻💓💓 obrigada @top.internacional @luanasouza15 @verbenealira @shoppingtacaruna pelo mimo lindo 💓💓acertaram , vamos aos detalhes ? Rue la Boetie de Molyneux é um perfume Floral Amadeirado Almiscarado Feminino. Rue la Boetie foi lançado em 2014. As notas de topo são Bergamota e Tangerina as notas de coração são Peônia, Íris e Jasmim as notas de fundo são Vetiver, Almíscar branco e Madeiras brancas (fragantica) #amamosloquehacemos #altaqualidade #loucosporperfumes #perfumesimportados #molyneux @molyneuxparis #amamosmimos #amamosperfumes

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Da crazy gang 😜😎💯💙💛 #tran #mccabe #molyneux #bush #family

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The Paris home of Juan Pablo Molyneux - a beautiful, collected interior.

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Os mais usadinhos da semana aí estão.. ainda estou na pegada dos leves, frescos e confortáveis ❤️ . . . . #perfumes #perfumaria #youtubersbrasil #resenha #natura #chanel #molyneux #dior

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Reading all about the wartime utility scheme in Fashion on the Ration and although I knew the bare facts, the detail is fascinating. IncSoc, the group of London designers charged with bringing style to austerity were headed up by the designer Molyneux, ‘The Captain’. Here a wool houndstooth dress from 1948 exemplifies his approach to style coupled with functionality...those pockets! @museumatfit #molyneux #edwardmolyneux #utilitydress #austerity #houndstooth #wooldress #1940s #1940sfashion #1940sdress #1940sstyle #wartimefashion #fashionontheration #dresshistory #fashionhistory

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Wolves away last year! Missing the boys, looking forward to Dortmund away! #coys #tottenham #spurs #thfc #yids #yidsontour #yidarmy #wolves #molyneux #midlands #wolverhampton #awaydays

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VIVRE MOLYNEUX PARFUM 7,5 ml первый выпуск 70- е годы, слюда! Очень красивый аромат!!! Именно Франция 🇫🇷 ( не Америка) Цена 6000₽ #парфюм #Редкость #Оригинал #винтаж #калининград #духи #kaliningrad #vintage #fragrance #коллекционер #vivre #molyneux #купитьпарфюм

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New episode of The Lolberts Podcast is up at lolberts.com It’s Snowing in Las Vegas; Let’s Get Some Subway #libertarianism #libertarian #lolbert #lolbertarian #lolberts #thelolberts #vegassnow #mollymeme #molyneux #stefanmolyneux #petloss #gab #propertarian #jussiesmollett #jussiesmollet

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#Repost from @divina_ispirazione. Barbara Mullen is wearing silk crepe dress draped over one shoulder by Jacques Griffe, photo by Guy Arsac, Paris 1957. As a boy, Griffe was taught sewing, first by his seanstress mother, and then by a local tailor. He then worked for and trained with Mirra, a couturier in Toulouse. In 1936 he went to Paris where he was employed by Vionnet. There he learned the art of draping and cutting the fabric the Vionnet way - using a small jointed mannequin. After WWII, Griffe worked briefly as an assistant to Molyneux, and opened his own design establishment in 1946. Though his collections were small, he gained attention in the fashion press. In 1950, he took over the house of Molyneux, who was retiring. Besides his couture collections, Griffe also did a ready-to-wear line, “Evolution.” Since he was equally able to sketch, he did both. Unlike his mentor, he was more of a colorist. He chose conservative colors— grey, brown, black, and checks in alpaca, wool jersey, crêpe, and broadcloth for suits and coats. Seen in them is the hand of a creative tailor—he was the first to introduce the boxy jacket, tunic, and cone-shaped coat of the 1950s. Aesthetically pleasing lines were imposed by his cut onto darts and seams used for fitting between the waist and shoulders. Decorative curved welt seams ending in an arrow were often used. His day and afternoon dresses were softer than his suits. Sleeves were often kimono cut; bodices often blouson. Asymmetrical clothing ended in drapes, scarves, or bows at neck or hips. Evening dresses were also soft, supple, and feminine. Gowns were sheaths, or had extremely elaborate full skirts, floor or ballet length that ended in harem or flounced hems. Skirt decorations were either shirred, bands graduated in size, repeated swirled ruffles, or petal-like panels of pleating. Griffe retired in 1968, and though his skill as a designer was second to none, he has, unfortunately, been largely fogotten in the 21st century. #jacquesgriffe #couture #barbaramullen #guyarsac #frenchcouture #historyoffashion #fashionlegacy #histoiredelamode #vionnet #molyneux #asymmetricalgown #silkjersey #paris #50s #glamour #instafashion

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Barbara Mullen is wearing silk crepe dress draped over one shoulder by Jacques Griffe, photo by Guy Arsac, Paris 1957. As a boy, Griffe was taught sewing, first by his seanstress mother, and then by a local tailor. He then worked for and trained with Mirra, a couturier in Toulouse. In 1936 he went to Paris where he was employed by Vionnet. There he learned the art of draping and cutting the fabric the Vionnet way - using a small jointed mannequin. After WWII, Griffe worked briefly as an assistant to Molyneux, and opened his own design establishment in 1946. Though his collections were small, he gained attention in the fashion press. In 1950, he took over the house of Molyneux, who was retiring. Besides his couture collections, Griffe also did a ready-to-wear line, “Evolution.” Since he was equally able to sketch, he did both. Unlike his mentor, he was more of a colorist. He chose conservative colors— grey, brown, black, and checks in alpaca, wool jersey, crêpe, and broadcloth for suits and coats. Seen in them is the hand of a creative tailor—he was the first to introduce the boxy jacket, tunic, and cone-shaped coat of the 1950s. Aesthetically pleasing lines were imposed by his cut onto darts and seams used for fitting between the waist and shoulders. Decorative curved welt seams ending in an arrow were often used. His day and afternoon dresses were softer than his suits. Sleeves were often kimono cut; bodices often blouson. Asymmetrical clothing ended in drapes, scarves, or bows at neck or hips. Evening dresses were also soft, supple, and feminine. Gowns were sheaths, or had extremely elaborate full skirts, floor or ballet length that ended in harem or flounced hems. Skirt decorations were either shirred, bands graduated in size, repeated swirled ruffles, or petal-like panels of pleating. Griffe retired in 1968, and though his skill as a designer was second to none, he has, unfortunately, been largely fogotten in the 21st century. #jacquesgriffe #couture #barbaramullen #guyarsac #frenchcouture #historyoffashion #fashionlegacy #histoiredelamode #vionnet #molyneux #asymmetricalgown #silkjersey #paris #50s #glamour #instafashion

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Exuberant ! Haute Couture at its best ! Over the top , let them gave it ! #Repost @rachel.elspeth.gross with @get_repost ・・・ Today’s Inspiration: Jacques Griffe Jacques Griffe (Theodore Antoine Emile Griffe) was a a French Haute couture designer born in the early 20th century (I’ve seen a few conflicting birthdates). He started his career working for a tailor, he worked for design house Mirra before serving in WWII; he was captured and held as a prisoner of war. After the war, Griffe worked for Vionnet (see past post) where he started as a cutter, learned how to drape, and started creating his own designs. Around 1942 he opened his own design house, Griffe Of Paris (he also had a ready-to-west line called ‘Evolution’). When Molyneux (see past post) retired around 1950, Griffe took over his studio (I have read that Griffe worked as an apprentice to Molyneux, but I don’t know that for certain). Jacques Griffe also designed costumes for film and theatre. Griffe was known as a master draper- he created intricate bias-cut gowns, designs with crinoline supports, which was a sort of throw-back when he was designing clothes. The image of the model in the scalloped ballgown, standing at a window might be his most famous piece, but a lot of his work had similar architectural design elements. His work was very traditionally feminine- which was a perfect fit for a French Couturier designing in the post WWII, “New Look” era. He worked with challenging fabrics like lamé and moire and made complicated and difficult sewing look effortless. Griffe retired near the end of the 1960’s. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• #JacquesGriffe #Griffe #GriffeOfParis #Vionnet #Molyneux #Evolution #HighFashion #WearableArt #HauteCouture #Couture #FashionDesign #FashionDesigner #DesignerEverything #FrenchFashion #FashionHistory #CostumeDesign #CostumeHistory #HistoryOfDress #DressHistory #Atelier #Bespoke #Hollywood #CostumeHistory #WomensWear #WhatWomenWore #ReadyToWear #PrêtàPorter #TodaysInspiration

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💜. #Repost @rachel.elspeth.gross ・・・ Today’s Inspiration: Jacques Griffe Jacques Griffe (Theodore Antoine Emile Griffe) was a a French Haute couture designer born in the early 20th century (I’ve seen a few conflicting birthdates). He started his career working for a tailor, he worked for design house Mirra before serving in WWII; he was captured and held as a prisoner of war. After the war, Griffe worked for Vionnet (see past post) where he started as a cutter, learned how to drape, and started creating his own designs. Around 1942 he opened his own design house, Griffe Of Paris (he also had a ready-to-west line called ‘Evolution’). When Molyneux (see past post) retired around 1950, Griffe took over his studio (I have read that Griffe worked as an apprentice to Molyneux, but I don’t know that for certain). Jacques Griffe also designed costumes for film and theatre. Griffe was known as a master draper- he created intricate bias-cut gowns, designs with crinoline supports, which was a sort of throw-back when he was designing clothes. The image of the model in the scalloped ballgown, standing at a window might be his most famous piece, but a lot of his work had similar architectural design elements. His work was very traditionally feminine- which was a perfect fit for a French Couturier designing in the post WWII, “New Look” era. He worked with challenging fabrics like lamé and moire and made complicated and difficult sewing look effortless. Griffe retired near the end of the 1960’s. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• #JacquesGriffe #Griffe #GriffeOfParis #Vionnet #Molyneux #Evolution #HighFashion #WearableArt #HauteCouture #Couture #FashionDesign #FashionDesigner #DesignerEverything #FrenchFashion #FashionHistory #CostumeDesign #CostumeHistory #HistoryOfDress #DressHistory #Atelier #Bespoke #Hollywood #CostumeHistory #WomensWear #WhatWomenWore #ReadyToWear #PrêtàPorter #TodaysInspiration

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#Repost @rachel.elspeth.gross ・・・ Today’s Inspiration: Jacques Griffe Jacques Griffe (Theodore Antoine Emile Griffe) was a a French Haute couture designer born in the early 20th century (I’ve seen a few conflicting birthdates). He started his career working for a tailor, he worked for design house Mirra before serving in WWII; he was captured and held as a prisoner of war. After the war, Griffe worked for Vionnet (see past post) where he started as a cutter, learned how to drape, and started creating his own designs. Around 1942 he opened his own design house, Griffe Of Paris (he also had a ready-to-west line called ‘Evolution’). When Molyneux (see past post) retired around 1950, Griffe took over his studio (I have read that Griffe worked as an apprentice to Molyneux, but I don’t know that for certain). Jacques Griffe also designed costumes for film and theatre. Griffe was known as a master draper- he created intricate bias-cut gowns, designs with crinoline supports, which was a sort of throw-back when he was designing clothes. The image of the model in the scalloped ballgown, standing at a window might be his most famous piece, but a lot of his work had similar architectural design elements. His work was very traditionally feminine- which was a perfect fit for a French Couturier designing in the post WWII, “New Look” era. He worked with challenging fabrics like lamé and moire and made complicated and difficult sewing look effortless. Griffe retired near the end of the 1960’s. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• #JacquesGriffe #Griffe #GriffeOfParis #Vionnet #Molyneux #Evolution #HighFashion #WearableArt #HauteCouture #Couture #FashionDesign #FashionDesigner #DesignerEverything #FrenchFashion #FashionHistory #CostumeDesign #CostumeHistory #HistoryOfDress #DressHistory #Atelier #Bespoke #Hollywood #CostumeHistory #WomensWear #WhatWomenWore #ReadyToWear #PrêtàPorter #TodaysInspiration

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Today’s Inspiration: Jacques Griffe Jacques Griffe (Theodore Antoine Emile Griffe) was a a French Haute couture designer born in the early 20th century (I’ve seen a few conflicting birthdates). He started his career working for a tailor, he worked for design house Mirra before serving in WWII; he was captured and held as a prisoner of war. After the war, Griffe worked for Vionnet (see past post) where he started as a cutter, learned how to drape, and started creating his own designs. Around 1942 he opened his own design house, Griffe Of Paris (he also had a ready-to-west line called ‘Evolution’). When Molyneux (see past post) retired around 1950, Griffe took over his studio (I have read that Griffe worked as an apprentice to Molyneux, but I don’t know that for certain). Jacques Griffe also designed costumes for film and theatre. Griffe was known as a master draper- he created intricate bias-cut gowns, designs with crinoline supports, which was a sort of throw-back when he was designing clothes. The image of the model in the scalloped ballgown, standing at a window might be his most famous piece, but a lot of his work had similar architectural design elements. His work was very traditionally feminine- which was a perfect fit for a French Couturier designing in the post WWII, “New Look” era. He worked with challenging fabrics like lamé and moire and made complicated and difficult sewing look effortless. Griffe retired near the end of the 1960’s. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• #JacquesGriffe #Griffe #GriffeOfParis #Vionnet #Molyneux #Evolution #HighFashion #WearableArt #HauteCouture #Couture #FashionDesign #FashionDesigner #DesignerEverything #FrenchFashion #FashionHistory #CostumeDesign #CostumeHistory #HistoryOfDress #DressHistory #Atelier #Bespoke #Hollywood #CostumeHistory #WomensWear #WhatWomenWore #ReadyToWear #PrêtàPorter #TodaysInspiration

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E os mais usadinhos da semana foram esses 3. Tava com saudade do burberry edp.. que delícia de perfume! O Rue la Boétie foi a resenha de ontem, in love com ele ❤️ . . . #perfumes #perfumesdasemana #cartier #burberry #molyneux

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Vai lá no canal 🎬 conferir a resenha do lindo Rue La Boétie de Molyneux. Falei dele e fiz comparações com o querido Prada infusion d Iris que amamos. 💚💚💚 . . . . #molyneux #perfumesimportados #perfumaria #prada #resenha #youtuber #pausaparafeminices

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“I put forward an argument, if the argument is disproven, then i will refine it. That’s how philosophy works, that’s how science works, that’s how any rational approach to life works!” -Stefan Molyneux 🖤💛 . . 🎥 FULL video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C42pqp_QOx8&t=1983s [“Universally Preferable Behaviour - Debunked (Stefan Molyneux Refuted)" - REBUTTED] . . 🎥 Find more videos like this at: WithoutRulers.com . . #Philosophy #Arguments #Debates #NotAnArgument #TheArtOfTheArgument #UniversallyPreferableBehavior #UPB #SecularEthics #StefanMolyneux #Molyneux #FreedomainRadio #Peace #Love #Anarchy #WithoutRulers #LifeUnchained #AnarchoCapitalism #AnarchoCapitalist #Ancap #Anarchism #Anarchist #Voluntaryism #Voluntaryist #Libertarianism #Libertarian #Democrat #Conservative #MAGA #Trump #Government

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Quartz Pour Homme de Molyneux é a fragrância leve e refrescante para o homem moderno que deseja aproveitar o lado bom da vida. #molyneux #perfume #fragrancia. *Sou representante, entre em contato e conheça todas as novidades ! que temos para sua loja. *Linha ATACADO

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O perfume que remete a vida para toda mulher que não abre mão da sua liberdade. O perfume Vivre de Molyneux, traz a fragrância elegante e alegre para você criar sempre sua própria história. #molyneux #perfume #fragrancia

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ザ・リリーズ/好きよキャプテン (1976) #香水 #香り #parfum #parfums #perfume #perfumes #profumo #profumi #عطر #духи #eaudeparfum #eaudetoilette #cologne #scent #fragrance #fragrantica #perfumecollection #perfumelovers #vintage #ビンテージ #ヴィンテージ #vintageperfume #collection #Molyneux #captain #Lilies #70s #リリーズ の曲に合わせてお届けするのは、 #モリニュー が1975年に発表した「キャプテン」です。 アロマティック・ウッディの男らしい香り。

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Good shift tonight from Shrewsbury Town, gave the Premier League big boys a fright! #salop #molyneux

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Lucie Rie buttons at CoCA, the York Art Gallery. Made during and after the World War ll, they were her bread and butter work, during the time of austerity which led to the production of uncomplicated functional clothing, which benefited from these little jewels of sculptural form with beautiful glazes. She considered the scale and weight as well as colour, to match the fabrics. Hans Coper and Jupp Dembach also joined the button making factory. #bimini #houseofworth #molyneux #jacqmar #lampl

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Quartz Rose é o perfume Molyneux que exala autoconfiança e energia positiva, para as mulheres independentes, elegantes e brilhantes. A vida pertence totalmente a elas. #perfume #fragrancia #molyneux Representante Maranhão entre em contato.

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Quartz Rose é o perfume Molyneux que exala autoconfiança e energia positiva, para as mulheres independentes, elegantes e brilhantes. ⠀ A vida pertence totalmente a elas. #perfume #fragrancia #molyneux #topinternacional

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• _____ 🌸💜 Vivre 💜🌸 _____ • _________ • 🌸 Molyneux 🌸 • _________ выпущен в 1971 году. Принадлежит к группе цветочные альдегидные. Верхние ноты: Альдегиды, Кориандр, Зеленые ноты и Бергамот Средние ноты: Ирис, Апельсиновый цвет, Жасмин, Гиацинт, Иланг-иланг, Ландыш и Роза Базовые ноты: Кожа, Сандал, Бобы тонка, Дубовый мох, Ветивер и Мирра. _________________________________________ #molyneux #vivre #welivetoexplore #beautifu #destinations #thegaypassport #uniladadventure #Drone #DJI #MavicPro #wonderful #places #travelstoke #lonelyplanet #lpfanphoto #mylpguide #topdestinationsph #wonderfulplaces #thearchipelago #Ipfanphoto #discoverearth #fantasticearth #earthoutdoors #weeklyfeature #letsgosomewhere #lifeofadventure #visualsoflife #exploretocreate #PlacesShare

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• 🍀 Парк на ДВРЗ 🍀 • ----------------------------------------------------------- • 😎: Гуль, гуль, гуль... • 🐥: -- Извини, мне некогда! 😜🍀 • ___________ 😄 😄 😄 ___________ • ______________________________________ #molyneux #vivre #welivetoexplore #beautifu #destinations #thegaypassport #uniladadventure #Drone #DJI #MavicPro #wonderful #places #travelstoke #lonelyplanet #lpfanphoto #mylpguide #topdestinationsph #wonderfulplaces #thearchipelago #Ipfanphoto #discoverearth #fantasticearth #earthoutdoors #weeklyfeature #letsgosomewhere #lifeofadventure #visualsoflife #exploretocreate #PlacesShare

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• _____ 🌺 ❤ Vivre ❤ 🌺 _____ • __________ • 🌺 Molyneux 🌺 • _________ Духи уже давно закончились, но флакон ещё хранит запах, производивший фурор в своё время. Единственный флакон, сохранившийся у меня каким-то чудом. Очень жаль, что когда-то были выброшены многие другие флаконы... Выброшены не задумываясь, что возможно это была последняя встреча с любимым ароматом и вы больше никогда не встретитесь.  Мне подарили это чудо лет в 15. И еще где-то десяток лет он стоял не тронутый, пока я к нему подросла и смогла его оценить. Для меня Vivre - "старичок" (аромат создан до моего рождения), учитель, наставник в любви к миру парфюмерии. Потрясающий аромат и невероятная стойкость... -------------------------- 🌺 ------------------------- P. s. Так увлеклась фотографированием этого флакона, что продолжение следует. Очень хотелось через фото передать те чувства, что испытываю к этому аромату. __________________________________________ #molyneux #vivre #welivetoexplore #beautifu #destinations #thegaypassport #uniladadventure #Drone #DJI #MavicPro #wonderful #places #travelstoke #lonelyplanet #lpfanphoto #mylpguide #topdestinationsph #wonderfulplaces #thearchipelago #Ipfanphoto #discoverearth #fantasticearth #earthoutdoors #weeklyfeature #letsgosomewhere #lifeofadventure #visualsoflife #exploretocreate #PlacesShare

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