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Vanessa Friedman, "When the Famous Dressed Themselves," The New York Times (11 November 2015). The Met and the Palais Galliera in Paris are unveiling shows celebrating two women with fabulous style (and no stylists): Jacqueline de Ribes and Élisabeth, Countess Greffulhe.

When the Famous Dressed Themselves

Vanessa Friedman, "When the Famous Dressed Themselves," The New York Times (11 November 2015). The Met and the Palais Galliera in Paris are unveiling shows celebrating two women with fabulous style (and no stylists): Jacqueline de Ribes and Élisabeth, Countess Greffulhe.

When the Famous Dressed Themselves - The New York Times

When the Famous Dressed Themselves

New York Times; The Madame Grès exhibition at the  Musée Bourdelle in Paris (until Aug.  28), curated by Olivier Saillard, creative director of  Palais Galliera museum in Paris

Is Fashion Really Museum Art?

New York Times; The Madame Grès exhibition at the Musée Bourdelle in Paris (until Aug. 28), curated by Olivier Saillard, creative director of Palais Galliera museum in Paris

Tilda Swinton's performance in "Cloakroom — Vestiaire Obligatoire," which opens Saturday in Paris, incorporates outerwear belonging to audience members.

In a New Performance Piece, Tilda Swinton Turns Fashion Into Art

Tilda Swinton's performance in "Cloakroom — Vestiaire Obligatoire," which opens Saturday in Paris, incorporates outerwear belonging to audience members.

When the Famous Dressed Themselves - The New York Times.  A Richard Avedon photo of Jacqueline de Ribes at the Metropolitan Museum. Credit The Richard Avedon Foundation

When the Famous Dressed Themselves

When the Famous Dressed Themselves - The New York Times. A Richard Avedon photo of Jacqueline de Ribes at the Metropolitan Museum. Credit The Richard Avedon Foundation

For those spending any time in New York City between now and January @museumatfit's Proust's Muse: The Countess Greffulhe is a must! Yesterday, I had the pleasure of seeing the exhibition that celebrates the fashionable French beauty Èlisabeth de Caraman-Chimay, the Countess Greffulhe. The so-called "Lily Dress" by the House of Worth, circa 1896 and featured here, is one of many examples of superb craftsmanship and impeccable taste on loan from the Palais Galliera, whose own exhibition on…

For those spending any time in New York City between now and January @museumatfit's Proust's Muse: The Countess Greffulhe is a must! Yesterday, I had the pleasure of seeing the exhibition that celebrates the fashionable French beauty Èlisabeth de Caraman-Chimay, the Countess Greffulhe. The so-called "Lily Dress" by the House of Worth, circa 1896 and featured here, is one of many examples of superb craftsmanship and impeccable taste on loan from the Palais Galliera, whose own exhibition on…

In what is billed as the artist’s first major New York show, the New Museum conveys the startling range of the German painter’s work.

In ‘Albert Oehlen: Home and Garden,’ a Restless, Foraging Painter

In what is billed as the artist’s first major New York show, the New Museum conveys the startling range of the German painter’s work.

The acclaimed Madame Grès exhibition at the   Musée Bourdelle in Paris (until Aug.  28). Olivier Saillard, creative director of  Palais Galliera museum, has created a dialogue between clothing and  sculpture.

The acclaimed Madame Grès exhibition at the Musée Bourdelle in Paris (until Aug. 28). Olivier Saillard, creative director of Palais Galliera museum, has created a dialogue between clothing and sculpture.

The Met and the Palais Galliera in Paris are unveiling shows celebrating two women with fabulous style (and no stylists): Jacqueline de Ribes and Élisabeth, Countess Greffulhe.

When the Famous Dressed Themselves

The Met and the Palais Galliera in Paris are unveiling shows celebrating two women with fabulous style (and no stylists): Jacqueline de Ribes and Élisabeth, Countess Greffulhe.

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