Photograph Signed by the "Big Four" of the Versailles Peace Conference, 10 7/8 x 13 3/4 inch print on 14 1/2 x 15 1/2 inch card, [Paris, 1919] signed in lower margin by WOODROW WILSON ("Woodrow Wilson") as President of the United States, GEORGES CLEMENCEAU ("G Clemenceau") as Premier of France, DAVID LLOYD GEORGE ("D Lloyd George") as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, and VITTORIO ORLANDO ("V.E. Orlando) as Prime Minister of Italy.
Captured inside Dior's flagship in 1953, fledgling designer John Moore is shown with his employer Mattie Talmack, the owner of the esteemed American couture house. Talmack, reputed for buying patterns from the best Parisian couture houses, explains the significance of Diorâs new flat look as viewed on the model Odile.
Captured here in Dior's flagship in 1959 is Argentine model, Kouka wearing a Novia dress from Dior's S/S 1959 Haute Couture Collection. Within her first season at Dior, the Argentinean-born Kouka became a star. Initially used by Yves Saint Laurent for his premier collection â âI was his muse,â she says â few could forget her dramatic appearance. First, there were her wide Latin eyes enhanced by her Soeurs Carita style bob, and then there was the Kouka catwalk performance that consisted of walking with thrust-out hips.