Madeleine Vionnet donated most of her designs to the archives of the UFAC (now part of the Musee de la Mode et du Textile in Paris), in 1952, including 120 dresses from 1921 to 1939.
In 1988, the Vionnet label was purchased by the Lummen family. There were no new fashion collections. The family focused on accessories and perfumes ("Madeleine Vionnet" in 1996 and "MV" in 1998). Then in 2006, it was announced that the family had a designer and would be reviving the label of Vionnet as a fashion label. The first collection was the Fall 2007 Ready-to-Wear with designer Sophia Kokosalaki. Her attitude was that “it has to be French, formal, and pure.” The reviews of the small collection were favorable. She did one more collection for the house and then Marc Audibe was appointed the artistic director. He did one collection for the house and then the house stopped revealing the name of its designers.