Diana Slip

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Diana Slip was an early 20th-century French manufacturer of lingerie and fetishwear, founded by Léon Vidal, the publisher of Les Éditions Gauloises.[1][2] They employed renowned photographers of the time, including Roger Schall and Brassaï, to photograph their products.[1] Their main competitor was Yva Richard.[1][3]

References

  1. ^ a b c Singer, Olivia. "The Forgotten Fetishwear Company of 1920s Paris". AnOther. Retrieved 2016-10-12. 
  2. ^ Strike, Karen. "Vintage Bondage and Fetish Gear By Yva Richard and Diana Slip (NSFW)". Flashbak. Retrieved 2016-10-12. 
  3. ^ Dupouy, Alexandre (1994). Yva Richard : L'âge d'or du fétichisme (in French). Editions Astarté. ISBN 978-2909607030. 


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