French tailoring workshop, active in the late-nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries, the creations of which may be found in numerous museums today. The founders Victoire Morin and Marie Blossier moved to Paris from Vienna some time after 1878, and were at the height of their success between 1885 and 1905. They specialized in the clothing of the court, which was heavily influenced by the fashions of Middle Europe, and became tailors to Queen Maud of Norway, Queen Alexandra of England, Queen Margherita of Italy, Queen Alexandra of Denmark, and the Russian Tsarinas. The workshop closed down after World War I.