Jacques Fath, born in Maisons-Laffitte in 1912 was a French fashion designer considered one of the three dominant influences on postwar Haute Couture, with Christian Dior and Pierre Balmain.

A popular and occasionally innovative designer known for dressing "the chic young Parisienne", Fath utilized such materials as hemp sacking and sequins made of walnut and almond shells.
His famous 1950 collection was called Lily, and its skirts were shaped to resemble flowers.
For eveningwear, he advocated velvet gowns.
During World War II, Fath was known for "wide fluttering skirts" which, The New York Times explained, "he conceived for the benefit of women forced to ride bicycles during gasoline rationing".
His clients included Ava Gardner, Greta Garbo, and Rita Hayworth, who wore a Fath dress for her wedding to Prince Aly Khan.

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