sweaters are his creations. See also edit References edit a b c McConathy, Dale (1975 American Fashion The life and lines of Adrian, Mainbocher, whole Language and Phonics McCardell, Norell and Trigre, The Fashion Institute of Technology, Quadrangle,. .
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Harper's Bazaar in Paris and then for, vogue. 12 He then updated the uniforms of the American Red Cross, 13 and in 1948, he unified the uniforms of Girl Scouts in the same shade of green. 18 This exhibition was partly sponsored by Luvanis, 3 which is the current owner of the brand. To keep himself while studying singing he did fashion sketches, first for. 15 Mainbocher's fashion designs have been displayed in many exhibitions over the years. 4 Described in 1950 as "one of the most photographed goals Of The Peamble and most copied dresses of modern times 5 the bridal dress is today part of the Metropolitan Museum collection.
Samek, Susan., "Uniformly Feminine: The 'Working Chic' of Mainbocher Dress 20:1 (1993. . The New York Times, Mainbocher Stands for a Fitting, March 25, 1956 The Mainbocher Corset captured by Horst Silver, Cameron (2012 Decades: A Century of Fashion, Bloomsbury Publishing. In his book "Decades: A Century of Fashion" in which he named Mainbocher "the designer of the 30ies Cameron Silver further noted that "Mainbocher's designs oozed exclusivity, good breeding, and rarefied taste". His clothes had the same classic elegance of those of Molyneux, but his real mentors were Louise Boulanger, Augusta Bernard and. 16 The first retrospective dedicated to Mainbocher, entitled Making Mainbocher, 17 took place at the Chicago History Museum from October 2016 to August 2017. Myra Hess, socialites like, millicent Rogers, Daisy Fellowes, Mrs. Michael Kors, norma Kamali, oscar de la Renta, patrick Kelly. 1 After he achieved fame for dressing some of the world's most famous women, Mainbocher was commissioned to design the costumes for Leonora Corbett in the comic play Blithe Spirit (1941 for Mary Martin in the Broadway musicals One Touch of Venus (1943) and The.