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    • Family costume party, Winter 1901

    • Bodices; Boots; Bows (Ribbon work); Boys' clothing; Braid; Buttons; Caps (Headgear); Clothing and dress; Coats; Collars; Dresses; Feathers; Flowers; Fur garments; Girls' clothing; Gloves; Hairstyles; Hats; Men's clothing; Neckwear; Pleats (Sewing);...
    • A family costume party is the theme for this illustration in the February, 1901 edition of La Mode Illustrée. Although they represent a family of the early twentieth-century, the man, his wife, their four children, and another woman are dressed in...
    • French masquerade gown, 1914

    • Bows (Ribbon work); Clothing and dress; Dresses; Flowers; Hair ornaments; Hairstyles; Necklaces; Ribbons; Roses; Sleeves; Stripes; Wigs; Bodices
    • This Parisian Costume entitled "Manon" of 1914 was designed by artist H. Robert Dammy in the late eighteenth-century style of the court of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette. The costume, meant to be worn at a masquerade ball, has a rose motif. The...
    • A French woman and two children, 1914

    • Boys' clothing; Buttons; Clothing and dress; Collars; Color in clothing; Dogs; Dresses; Flowers; Girls' clothing; Hairstyles; Leaves; Shoes; Sleeves; Sofas; Stripes; Wall panels; Women's clothing; Frames
    • A mother and her two children model their Parisian fashions for 1914. The mother wears a long, sleeveless beige dress in silk crèpe de chine, with loose folds falling from its white jewel neckline. The dress is loosely belted at the waist and has...
    • Fashions, Winter 1838

    • Belt buckles; Belts (Clothing); Bodices; Bows (Ribbon work); Brooches; Cameos; Collars; Color in clothing; Cuffs (Clothing); Dresses; Feathers; Flowers; Gloves; Handkerchiefs; Hats; Headgear; Hosiery; Lace and lace making; Leaves; Pleats (Sewing);...
    • Two women stand in the center, and above them are four hats, and the torso of a third woman. A green, wide-brimmed bonnet with flowers, a pink wide-brimmed bonnet with roses and lace, a small white cap with lappets, pink ribbon, and white flowers,...
    • Young French woman of the reign of Louis XIV

    • Clothing and dress; Color in clothing; Women's clothing; Lace and lace making; Brocade; Earrings; Necklaces; Fans; Bows (Ribbon work); Bodices; Sleeves
    • A woman in dress of the period of Louis XIV wears a bodice of dark burgundy velvet with jewels trimming the front. Her skirt is burgundy with a train, open at the front and gathered back at the hips with pink bows. The undersleeves show at the open...
    • Walking dresses, Summer 1831

    • Belt buckles; Bodices; Bows (Ribbon work); Braid; Clothing and dress; Collars; Cuffs (Clothing); Dresses; Flowers; Girls' clothing; Gloves; Hats; Lace and lace making; Parasols; Ruff; Shoes; Sleeves; Umbrellas; Women's clothing; Women's hats;...
    • Two women and a young girl model their summer walking dresses. The woman on the left wears an ankle length green satin walking dress with a white three tiered ruff at the jewel neckline. The dress has the dropped shoulders of the period, forming a...
    • Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte, 1812

    • Boots; Coats; Cuffs (Clothing); Epaulettes; Hats; Headgear; Men's clothing; Swords; Gloves; Spurs; Tassels
    • One of several drawings from "La Vieille Armee francaise" (1820) or "La Vie politique et militaire de Napoleon" (Paris, 1826), showing infantry uniforms or "military exploits under the First Empire, which made [Charlet's] work popular with the...
    • Fashions and bonnets, Winter 1840

    • Belts (Clothing); Books; Bouquets; Bows (Ribbon work); Brooches; Caps (Headgear); Clothing and dress; Dresses; Feathers; Flowers; Gloves; Handkerchiefs; Lace and lace making; Ribbons; Rope; Sashes (Clothing); Tassels; Women's clothing; Women's...
    • The woman on the left wears a purple, off-the-shoulder dress with a fitted bodice and full skirts. The neckline is edged with a wide band of white lace, and the sleeves are short, puffing twice above the elbow and ending in a cascade of white lace...
    • Two women and a child in a parlor, France 1853

    • Blouses; Bodices; Bows (Ribbon work); Carpets; Chairs; Clothing and dress; Collars; Cuffs (Clothing); Draperies; Dresses; Gloves; Hair ornaments; Hairstyles; Hats; Lace and lace making; Mirrors; Ribbons; Sleeves; Tassels; Vases; Wall panels;...
    • Two women and a girl stand in a well-appointed French parlor during France's Second Empire period. The woman in the center wears a blue dress with a three-tiered skirt and three-quarter sleeves. The dress is accented with bands and square motifs of...

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