mardi 14 mai 2024 14:00
Etude , 17, rue drouot 75009 paris
Sale information

Fashion & Vintage Live Sale

Tuesday May 14 at 2:00 pm

Possibility to view lots by appointment, please contact the studio before the sale. Condition report and additional photos on request.

Sales charge 28% + 1.8% incl. VAT live

Expert Pierre Zanier

Sale manager Chloé Berthenet

For all inquiries: 01 47 70 36 16

Participate in the sale :

- live on drouot or interenchere

- by leaving buy orders:

A selection of women's and men's fashions in Live Edition on Tuesday May 14 from 2:00 pm.

Haute couture with this beautiful dress by Hubert de Givenchy for the summer 1962 collection. Early suit and coat by Antonio del Castillo for Jeanne Lanvin.

Luxury fashion with this Christian Dior Boutique trapeze coat by Yves Saint Laurent, a Chanel jacket from the winter 1996 collection and numerous other pieces by Hermès, Givenchy, Christian Lacroix, Nina Ricci, Roberto Cavalli, Saint Laurent Rive Gauche, Fendi or Thierry Mugler.

A wide range of accessories and leather goods, including Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Gucci and Longchamp, as well as collectible Hermès squares, such as Hugo Grygkar's original edition insects from 1958 and Xavier de Poret's bassets. Couture jewelry with a few Chanel pieces and this rhinestone tiger head brooch by Gianni Versace.

As always, we offer a men's selection in the second half of the sale, with classics such as Sulka, Dior and Berluti jackets, as well as Burberry trench coats. There's also a fine range of sweaters by Gucci, Jean Paul Gaultier and Miu Miu.

To accessorize, we'll be offering lots of Arnys and Hermès ties, as well as a small collection of S T Dupont lighters and luxury pens from Mont Blanc and Cartier.

As usual, we'll be presenting a few vintage sneakers by Off White, Louboutin, Adidas or Balenciaga, and the sale will conclude with city shoes by classics such as Weston or John Lobb.

The sale is accompanied by a special Online edition devoted entirely to the House of Léonard. Drawn from the wardrobe of a friend and die-hard fan of the brand, you'll find several decades' worth of creations, from Mikado silk jersey dresses to household linen and beach towels.

The inventor of fully fashioned printing, Daniel Tribouillard contributed to the ready-to-wear boom with his lightweight jersey dresses: "150 grams of happiness". The iconographic richness of his floral motifs earned him the honor of being chosen by the Japanese to design a collection of traditional kimonos in 1983 - an unprecedented honor for a Westerner.

From furnishings to tableware, the 90s saw the advent of the brand as Daniel Tribouillard became CEO. Now a fixture on the catwalks, its floral prints were worn by all the stars of the day, from Johnny and Laeticia Hallyday to Ivana Trump.


Items can be collected from 16 Rue la Bruyère, 75009 Paris from the afternoon after the sale, on presentation of a paid slip. Monday to Sunday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. BY APPOINTMENT. Lots may be collected free of charge for two weeks.

Storage of lots is free for two weeks, then 10 euros per lot per week. Worldwide shipping possible.

Worldwide shipment by colissimo on request.

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