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Hats with their matching dresses are displayed at an exhibit titled Lilly Dache: Glamour at the Drop of a Hat at the Museum at FIT in New York. Ms. Dache opened her first hat shop in 1924.

Hats with their matching dresses are displayed at an exhibit titled Lilly Dache: Glamour at the Drop of a Hat at the Museum at FIT in New York. Ms. Dache opened her first hat shop in 1924.

Madeleine Vionnet was a revolutionary designer for her time; not as universally well known as Coco Chanel but just as influential to the world of fashion. She is credited with creating the bias cut, a technique of cutting on the diagonal grain of the fabric which creates a sinuous and slightly clingy silhouette

Madeleine Vionnet and the Bias Cut

Madeleine Vionnet was a revolutionary designer for her time; not as universally well known as Coco Chanel but just as influential to the world of fashion. She is credited with creating the bias cut, a technique of cutting on the diagonal grain of the fabric which creates a sinuous and slightly clingy silhouette

Lawrence greeted fans while showing a bit more love to the cameras with a rear view of her strapless leotard through the dress.

Jennifer Lawrence wears see-through dress at ‘Catching Fire’ premiere

Lawrence greeted fans while showing a bit more love to the cameras with a rear view of her strapless leotard through the dress.

"There is a flitting hither and thither of 'stylish' young girls, a rustling of muslin flounces, a rattle of dance music in the morning hours, a sound of high-pitched voices at all times."

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