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House of Georges Doeuillet

1900-1920s Ladies Fashions

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CAREER HIGHLIGHTS:

Started out as a silk merchant.
Doeuillet had trained with fashion designer Callot Soeurs. He was thier business manager.
Opened his couture house in Paris in 1900. Address: Place Vend˘me.
First designer to make robes-de-style, later called cocktail dresses.
Had live mannequins (models) parade at the beginning of each season's showing.
1928/1929: House of Doucet merged with the House of Doeuillet after the death of Doucet.
1937: The House of Doeuillet closed.

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La Gazette du Bon
1914

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La Gazette du Bon Ton
1914


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La Gazette du Bon
April 1914


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Harry Angelo Book
Spring 1916


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La Gazette du Bon Ton
March 1920


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La Gazette du Bon Ton
April 1920


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La Gazette du Bon Ton
April 1920


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April 1920


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La Gazette du Bon Ton
May 1920


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La Gazette du Bon Ton
July 1920



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La Gazette du Bon Ton
1922

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Webpage Bibliographical Information:

  • "Illustrations of Model Gowns, Harry Angelo Company," New York & Paris, Spring 1916.
  • L'Art et la Mode, Year 43, No. 50, Dec. 16, 1922.
  • La Gazette du Bon Ton, March, April 1914.
  • La Gazette du Bon Ton, March, April, May, July 1920.
  • La Gazette du Bon Ton, 1922.

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