Alexander's Denise Boulet

From Alexander’s Fashion of History Collection. Denise Boulet was the wife and muse of renowned French designer Paul Poiret and served as the model for many of his renowned flapper styles. Alexander’s Denise Boulet wears a deep plum, floor length dress with black and gold lace and purple bugle beads. Over the dress she wears an olive green satin, kimono style, coat that’s trimmed with matching bugle beads. 10”.
SKU: SD-1291

Availability: In stock



The Madame Alexander doll company was founded by a true American entrepreneur, Beatrice “Madame” Alexander, in 1923. From licensed dolls (which they were the first American company to mass-produce) like Scarlett O’Hara and the Dionne Quintuplets to collectible children’s dolls like Wendy to fashion dolls like Cissy, the company is perhaps the single most enduring and well-known American doll company. If you don’t believe us go look at your doll collection, you’ve got one.



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