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Peg-top Silhouette- silhouette became much more natural, with clothes staying closer to the actual shape of the body. But the clothing of this period was not altogether natural: pegging, or creating width in the hips and closeness at the hem, introduced a look that was very popular from 1908 up to the beginning of World War I in 1914.

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The peg-top silhouette incorporated fullness, concentrated at the hip then narrowing gradually to the ankles.

Catálogo de Paul Poiret para 1911 - Dibujos de Georges Lepape

Catálogo de Paul Poiret para 1911 - Dibujos de Georges Lepape

Tea gown: a hybrid between a bathrobe of this time and an evening gown. Tea gowns were made of rich fabrics like evening gowns but had higher necklines. Also, they were easier to put on and women did not need the help of their ladies maid to get into these dresses.   Tea-gown of white lace and satin. (1899)

Tea gowns (from early century)- Was an informal entertaining dress. It was designed to look like a robe worn over a dress.

Paul Iribe, Illustrations for Paul Poiret

Paul Iribe, Illustrations for Paul Poiret

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Resultados de la Búsqueda de imágenes de Google de http://grupos.emagister.com/alumnos/5/9/5/0/5/foto_59505b.jpg

Fawn Velveteen — Paul Poiret Muguette Buhler 1922

Fawn Velveteen — Paul Poiret Muguette Buhler 1922

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Beautiful Art Deco Fashion Girls Elegant Costumes for the Evening Designer Paris Decorative boarder date of 1925 Giclee Fine Art Print 11x17 by DragonflyMeadowsArt on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/163513622/beautiful-art-deco-fashion-girls-elegant

Art Deco Ladies Fashion Print, Elegant Costumes, Evening Wear, Jazz Age Designer Clothes, Paris, 1925, Wall Decor, Giclee Art Print 11x17

Les Robes de Paul Poiret, 1908.    Art-Nouveau -styled fashion plate by French fashion designer Paul Poiret. The hand-stenciled pochoir print by the artist Paul Iribe.

Paul Iribe : "Les robes de Paul Poiret", // Art-Nouveau-styled fashion plates by French fashion designer Paul Poiret with hand-stenciled pochoir prints by the artist Paul Iribe.

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Paul Poiret: was a French fashion designer. His contributions to twentieth-century fashion have been likened to Picasso's contributions to twentieth-century art.

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