(1913 - 1997)
Line Vautrin was active/lived in France. Line Vautrin is known for sculpture.
Biography Line Vautrin
After brief stints with the couturier Elsa Schiaparelli and a
Parisian photography firm, Line Vautrin taught herself metal foundry,
which had been her father's trade, and went door-to-door selling her
cast jewelry. In 1937 she rented a stand at the Paris International
Exposition that attracted enough clientele for her to open a shop in the
Rue de Berri. As business improved, she moved to the more fashionable
Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré. Vautrin started out making jewelry, belts,
powder compacts and buttons: At the time, the term for her line of work
was parurière (one who makes and sells fashion accessories).
Eventually, however, she hit on her signature style, developing a
material she coine
... Displaying 750 of 1545 characters.
also viewed by people who viewed Line Vautrin