Renee Marciel Poster Print No.3

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A poster print of a lady in a beautiful 1950s evening dress by French Fashion Designer Renee Marciel.

This is a high quality reproduction print of an original dress design by Renee Marciel - who became know as one of the most unconventional designers of the 1950s Miami scene.

We just love Renee's artwork, both the clothes and the models she sketches have such attitude! This poster would look stunning mounted in a black frame, and would work well in any vintage or mid century inspired interior.

If you are a lover of fashion or beauty (or are buying for someone who is) then please read more about Renee Marciel below - she had a fascinating career in fashion, and was a very eccentric character!

A special edition print produced on high quality lithographic giclee art print paper - in Paris, France. Date: unknown (it is a later edition, but the exact date is unknown). 

DIMENSIONS:
Width: 50cm
Height: 70cm

*Postage to Mainland UK: £4.95 via signed for delivery service (or delivered free of charge with any large furniture item that requires courier delivery). This print will be sent out rolled in an extra strong cardboard tube.

About Renee Marciel
The Fashion Designer Renee Marciel trained at the Beau Arts School in Lyon, but after the war in 1946, she decided to relocate to the US. Renee taught herself fashion cutting, draping and fitting and started selling her designs in the Fashion District in New York. Renee then decided to move to the flamboyant area of Miami and is said to have sketched most of her designs from her swimming pool! Upon arrival in Miami she purchased several yards of fabric and began work on her first small collection of designs and eventually her work was noticed and stocked by Saks 5th Avenue. Renee Marciel ended up being an incredibly successful force in fashion and one of the most unconventional designers of the 1950s Miami scene. Renee was an eccentric character who despised pastels and ignored trends. Her collections become known for bright colour palettes of white, black, orange, blue and green.

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