Beauty in Exile: The Artists, Models, and Nobility who Fled the Russian Revolution and Influenced the World of Fashion
Harry N. Abrams, 2000 - 480 pagine
Petersburg, enjoyed great notoriety in Paris) and his wife Princess Irina Romanova; to the Hitrovo House of Lingerie, founded by Olga Hitrovo, who was descended from one of the oldest noble families in Russia; to the stunning Princess Mary Eristova and the "society model" Gali Bajenova, who were the favorites at Chanel: Russian high society turned their beauty and discriminating tastes into successful trades, distinctively shaping Western fashion of the twentieth century.".
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