Jan 17, 2018 | By Samuel Trotman
After working for Sotheby’s for many years, Kerry Taylor left to start her own auction company specializing in clothing and textiles. Her new company has auctioned off the famous collections of Daphne Guinness and Jerry Hall. Her upcoming auction, Passion for Fashion, on June 17th will not disappoint with three centuries of couture and accessories featuring standout pieces from many of the most important designers in history. Below is a small sampling of the incredible garments for sale. If you cannot make it to the auction, a full color catalogue is available and all garments are presented on their website.
From Left: Poiret 1911, Un-labeled 1917, Madame Grés 1961
From Left: Worth 1902, Christian Dior 1952, Christian Dior 1952, YSL 1970s
From Left: Paco Rabanne 1980s, Jean Paul Gaultier 1996, Babani 1912, Jeanne Paquin 1927
From Left: Courréges 1967, Robert Capucci 1980s, Jacques Fath, 1949-50, Courréges 1970s For further information and pictures visit their website at: www.kerrytaylorauctions.com
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