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GEORGE BARRIER | ENRICO SACCHETTI | ETIENNE DRIAN | PAUL IRIBE | CHARLES MARTIN | ANDRÉ-EDOUARD MARTY | DELMAS | ERTÉ (ROMAIN DE TIRTOFF) | GEORGES LEPAPE | HELEN DRYDEN | PlERRE BRISSAUD | EDUARDO GARCIA BENITO | LIBISZEWSKI | CHRISTIAN BÉRARD | SONIA DELAUNAY | BRADLEY WAlKER TOMLIN | ERIC (CARL ERICKSON) | RENÉ BOUËT- WILLAUMEZ | JAÇQUES DEMACHY | RENÉ BOUCHÉ | PIERRE LOUCHEL | BERNARD BLOSSAC | GERD GRIMM | FRANCIS MARSHALL | CECIL BEATON | RENÉ GRUAU | RUBEN ALTERIO | MATS GUSTAFSON | JOE EULA | PATRICK ARLET | PIERRE LE-TAN | FRANÇOIS BERTHOUD | LORENZO MATTOTTI | TAKEJI HAYAKAWA

Residenz Museum, Munich, Germany
Museum at the Fashion Institute, New York, USA
Tudor Hall, Montreal, Canada
Haus der Wirtschaft, Stuttgart, Germany
Le point, Zurich, Switzerland
CS-Forum, Geneva, Switzerland
Museum of San Diego, USA
Historical Society Chicago, USA
Louvre, Paris, France
Modemuseum, Munich, Germany
Musee de la Mode et du Costume, Paris, France
Simpson Piccadilly, London, UK
Royal College of Art, London, UK
Bass Museum of Art, Miami, USA
The Fashion Foundation, Tokyo, Japan
University Museum, Hong Kong, China
Museum im NRW-Forum, Düsseldorf, Germany
St.Moritz, Switzerland
Schloßmuseum zu Weimar, Germany
Brussels, Belgium
Wrocław, Poland
Seoul, Korea

MIM Inc/Meett Associates presents in the USA the Zahm Collection, a marvelous collection of original fashion illustrations for single or for multiple tour exhibits. Extensive (200 page catalogue) collection book is available. Other than NYC, Chicago, San Diego and Miami more than 15 years ago, this show has not been on display in the US since. 

 

Among art experts, this Collection is considered to be of exceptional interest since it comprises solely over 200 first-rate illustrations and is the largest collection of its kind worldwide. Fashion illustrations of this standard did not only depict the changes in fashion, they pay tribute to the creativity of couturiers and reflect on the artistic direction of the 20th century.

 

The 20th Century is not only considered the century of fashion- but also of fashion illustration. One of the main reasons for this success can be found in the endless possibilities of technique and style available: exaggerated contouring and contrast, minimalism and reduction to the point of omission and embellished emphasis to caricature. Far beyond the style and line of clothing, they directly reflect the trends and lifestyles of the period and portray the change in fashion in a revolutionary way, truly a mirror of the 20-Century through the eye of fashion!

 

All illustrations, graphics, aquarelles, and oils are without exception originals! Great attention is paid to the period contemporary framing of the works shown at exhibitions. Due to the worldwide success of the exhibitions in renowned museums and institutions, the international market became aware of this fascinating art sector.

 

The Collection has been exhibited in prestigious museums around the world among others in, New York, Paris, Tokyo, London, Munich, Zurich, Montreal, Chicago, Geneva, Seoul, St. Moritz, Brussels, Hong Kong, and Kobe.



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