paul poiret martine
Poiret also purchased two adjoining buildings on the Faubourg St. Honore, which he later established as Martine and Rosine. École Martine (housed in Poiret’s premises in the rue d’Antin) was an experimental art school for young working-class girls. The business consisted of École Martine, Atelier Martine, and La Maison Martine. Les Robes of Paul Poiret. Paul Poiret, Atelier Martine & Textiles January 12, 2020 January 10, 2020 / Adam Lid O ne of the most interesting aspects of Paul Poiret was that his design work was not limited solely to fashion but rather he expended into related areas such as fragrances, interior design, home furnishings, and textiles and as such such, he could be considered to be one the first “total lifestyle” designers. Martine, which opened on April 1, 1911, was the interior design business owned and operated by Paul Poiret, a noted Parisian couturier. In 1911, fashion designer Paul Poiret set up two companies, one for each of his daughters. For Martine, the youngest, he established Les Ateliers de Martine.For Rosine, the eldest, he established Parfums de Rosine.Both enterprises flourished until Poiret fell victim to the stock market crash of 1929.

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