"Gastronomique: A Cookbook For Gourmets" 1962 ALLEN, Ida Bailey

[408] pp.

ALLEN, Ida Bailey

Doubleday & Company, Inc.


9.5" x 6.4"

Inscribed to Pauline Trigere happy cooking et Bon appetit from Ida Bailey Allen

Pauline Trigère (November 4, 1908 – February 13, 2002) was a Franco-American couturière. Her award-winning styles reached their height of popularity in the United States during the 1950s and 1960s.[1] Recognized early in her career as an innovator of cut and construction, Trigère brought to women of all ages all over the world such novelties as the jumpsuit, the sleeveless coat, the reversible cape and the embroidered sheer bodice.[1] She reinvented ready-to-wear fashion, matching form to function with bold prints and architectural silhouettes to create a distinctly modern female aesthetic. Trigère's loyal clients included Grace Kelly, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Elizabeth Taylor, Kay Wiebrecht, and Evelyn Lauder.

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