Today, let's continue our look at Paris fashions of the 1930s by checking out some daytime wear from 1935. Which is your favorite? Look! I found one photo in color! The garments above are all from Marcel Rochas.
I don't know if you can see the detail, but this jacket by Phillipe et Gaston is made from black wool braid that is set on it's side and sewn together in swirls to make the "fabric". It is trimmed in black Persian lamb fur.
Lucille Manguin camel wool day dress and short coat. Note that the coat is completely lined in fur. I'm not sure if that is seal, mouton, or sheared beaver.
Callot Soeurs offered this gray wool day dress trimmed in sheared lamb fur at the bodice and sleeves.
This Anny Blatt gray and white wool suit was completely knitted by hand by women in the Swiss Alps. It is trimmed with blue wool felt.
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