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This 1989 exhibition of the Brooklyn Museum was called The Opulent Era: Fashions of Worth, Doucet and Pingat, and featured many exquisite works from the greatest couture houses of la belle époque.

This 1989 exhibition of the Brooklyn Museum was called The Opulent Era: Fashions of Worth, Doucet and Pingat, and featured many exquisite works from the greatest couture houses of la belle époque.

La Belle Epoque.  The Belle Époque or La Belle Époque (French pronunciation: [bɛlepɔk]; French for "Beautiful Era") was a period in French history that is conventionally dated as starting in 1890 and ending when World War I began in 1914.

La Belle Epoque. The Belle Époque or La Belle Époque (French pronunciation: [bɛlepɔk]; French for "Beautiful Era") was a period in French history that is conventionally dated as starting in 1890 and ending when World War I began in 1914.

Woolen costume ca. 1900. From an exhibit of Edwardian clothing at the Gemeente Museum, the Hague, via Walking Through History with Jasper & Angela

Woolen costume ca. 1900. From an exhibit of Edwardian clothing at the Gemeente Museum, the Hague, via Walking Through History with Jasper & Angela

LÁMINAS VINTAGE,ANTIGUAS,RETRO Y POR EL ESTILO.... | Aprender manualidades es facilisimo.com

LÁMINAS VINTAGE,ANTIGUAS,RETRO Y POR EL ESTILO....

LÁMINAS VINTAGE,ANTIGUAS,RETRO Y POR EL ESTILO.... | Aprender manualidades es facilisimo.com

Lady Curzon's yellow silk evening dress with oak leaf design by Jean-Philippe Worth, ca. 1902

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Lady Curzon's yellow silk evening dress with oak leaf design by Jean-Philippe Worth, ca. 1902

Polaire was the stage name used by French singer and actress Émilie Marie Bouchaud (May 14, 1874 – October 14, 1939). Born in Algeria - Throughout her career Polaire was skilled in using her appearance to attract attention. In her early days as a café singer in the 1890s she wore very short skirts and also cropped her hair, fashions that did not become common in the rest of society until the 1920s.

Polaire was the stage name used by French singer and actress Émilie Marie Bouchaud (May 14, 1874 – October 14, 1939). Born in Algeria - Throughout her career Polaire was skilled in using her appearance to attract attention. In her early days as a café singer in the 1890s she wore very short skirts and also cropped her hair, fashions that did not become common in the rest of society until the 1920s.

Fabulous use of stripes!

With and Without: How Wearing a Corset Affects You and Your Clothes

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