Neue Modelle

Fitted and comfortable jumpsuit . The wide leg cut in the trousers gives the jumpsuit a very nice, flowing drape and makes it very comfortable to wear. The pattern includes two different trousers as well as sleeve lengths.

Our pattern was named after Marie Skłodowska Curie (* 7 November 1867 in Warsaw, Russian Empire; † 4 July 1934 Passy,France ).

Curie made a name for herself as an outstanding physicist and chemist who knew what she was talking about. Marie Curie grew up in the part of Poland that belonged to Russia at the time. Since women were not allowed to study there, she moved to Paris and studied physics and mathematics. She laid the foundations for modern nuclear physics. Curie received the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1903, together with her husband Pierre Curie and Antoine Henri Becquerel. In 1911 she was awarded the Nobel Prize for Chemistry. Marie Curie is the only woman among four people to have been awarded a Nobel Prize several times so far. Besides Linus Pauling, she is the only person to have received Nobel Prizes in two different fields. The physicist also campaigned for the promotion of female and foreign students and thus began an important step for science and human rights.

You can find our patterns here in the shop Marie.

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