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Intérieur de la boutique 22 Fbg, 1912 © Patrimoine Lanvin. #Lanvin125

Intérieur de la boutique 22 Fbg, 1912 © Patrimoine Lanvin. #Lanvin125

1913 Ladies Home Journal, straw hat trim From the Board: "Vintage & Antique Clothing"  QJ

1913 Ladies Home Journal, straw hat trim From the Board: "Vintage & Antique Clothing" QJ

This is an example of a hobble skirt, which Poiret made very popular. These were so tight around the legs that women literally had to hobble to walk. This particular hobble skirt was made by Paquin.

Opera coat House of Paquin (French, Designer- Mme. Jeanne Paquin (French, French, silk, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Evening dress, Mme. Hayward, London, ca. 1909-10. Silk, metal, cotton. This skirt is part of a dress that is included in Janet Arnold's "Patterns of Fashion: Englishwomen's dresses and their construction ca. 1860-1940." She describes it as "an evening dress in black silk net covered with tiny 1/8" silver sequins over an ivory satin underskirt." Museum of London

Hayward, London, ca. "an evening dress in black silk net covered with tiny silver sequins over an ivory satin underskirt." Museum of London

Ca. 1911 chiffon and silk satin gown

Shaded green evening dress, probably French, bodice is trimmed with pale pink pearls and pink chiffon rose buds, white silk fringe and silver beaded fringe on the sleeves and on the train, ca.

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Brown cotton sateen, cotton floss, soutache cord, and tape. Museum of the Fashion Institute of Technology

Sensible Fashion

Percy, England, ca. Aqua silk satin with cream embroidery & black velvet. In the early century, cultivated women regarded pastels & muted shades as refined~

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