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Tea gown belonging to the actress Réjane, ca. 1898–99. White cotton voile trimmed with white cotton mechanical lace and white embroidery in rose motifs. Photo: Eric Emo. Palais Galliera

Pour recevoir dans l’intimité, en particulier le matin, les femmes avaient l’habitude de revêtir ce qu’on appelait un « peignoir

Morning dress ca. 1880. Wool flannel, silk satin, linen. Purple printed with Confederate flags and trimmed with maroon silk satin. Slight walking train. Princess-style seams trimmed with satin bands; hem of flared skirt trimmed with satin ruffle. Center front closure with painted black & gold buttons; fully lined with brown linen. Bottom is dress seen in 1957 at exhibit honoring the Daughters of the Confederacy. Richmond History Center

Morning dress ca. 1880. Wool flannel, silk satin, linen. Purple printed with Confederate flags and trimmed with maroon silk satin. Slight walking train. Princess-style seams trimmed with satin bands; hem of flared skirt trimmed with satin ruffle. Center front closure with painted black & gold buttons; fully lined with brown linen. Bottom is dress seen in 1957 at exhibit honoring the Daughters of the Confederacy. Richmond History Center

Robes de bal, env. 1950 (Cora Ginsburg LLC catalogue).                                                                                                                                                                                 Plus

Bon, les amis, il faut ab-so-lu-ment que je vous parle de ma dernière découverte : la broderie d'élytres de scarabée. Non, non, je ne suis...

Bustle, 1885. I cannot imagine walking around with that attached to my butt...

bustle and underwear (skirt), Victorian fashion. Don de madame Marie-José Lepicard. Vers 1885 Toile de coton, laine et ruban de velours bleu. Palais Galliera, musée de la Mode...

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