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peers Madeleine Chéruit, Jeanne Paquin, Paul Poiret, Redfern & Sons ...

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House of Worth 1908. Armed with copies of Les Modes, you would browse through the latest works of the Grand Couturiers like Poiret, Worth, Callot Soeurs, Jeanne Paquin,Madeleine Chéruit and so on, for inspiration on how to outshine your friends, not to mention enemies!

Les Createurs de La Mode 1910 - Salon de Vente - Worth Charles Frederick Worth October 1825 – 10 March widely considered the Father of Haute couture, was an English fashion designer of the century, whose works were produced in Paris.

"Post-Proustian Glamour" by Michael Angelo Tata    rhizomes.05 fall 2002   While researching Paul Poiret, Marie Gerber and the Callot Sisters, Madeleine Vionnet, Jacques Doucet, Madeleine Cheruit, Jeanne Paquin, and Charles Worth, I was rewarded!  Especially after reading these words by Proust's narrator in Time Regained, "...I should build up my book, so to speak, like a dress rather than like a cathedral."

"Post-Proustian Glamour" by Michael Angelo Tata rhizomes.05 fall 2002 While researching Paul Poiret, Marie Gerber and the Callot Sisters, Madeleine Vionnet, Jacques Doucet, Madeleine Cheruit, Jeanne Paquin, and Charles Worth, I was rewarded! Especially after reading these words by Proust's narrator in Time Regained, "...I should build up my book, so to speak, like a dress rather than like a cathedral."

Louis Strimpl, detail, La Cote d'Azur ou Une fête sur la terrasse (The Cote d'Azur or A party on the terrace), La Gazette du Bon Ton, Summer 1915.    Louis Strimpl Illustrating design by Georges Dœuillet, House of Beer, Madeleine Chéruit, House of Callot Soeurs, Mme. Jeanne Paquin, House of Worth, Jeanne Lanvin,  Jacques Doucet, Martial & Armand, Jenny Sacerdote, known as Madame Jenny and House of Premet.

Louis Strimpl, detail, La Cote d'Azur ou Une fête sur la terrasse (The Cote d'Azur or A party on the terrace), La Gazette du Bon Ton, Summer 1915. Louis Strimpl Illustrating design by Georges Dœuillet, House of Beer, Madeleine Chéruit, House of Callot Soeurs, Mme. Jeanne Paquin, House of Worth, Jeanne Lanvin, Jacques Doucet, Martial & Armand, Jenny Sacerdote, known as Madame Jenny and House of Premet.

Louis Strimpl, detail, La Cote d'Azur ou Une fête sur la terrasse (The Cote d'Azur or A party on the terrace), La Gazette du Bon Ton, Summer 1915.    Louis Strimpl Illustrating design by Georges Dœuillet, House of Beer, Madeleine Chéruit, House of Callot Soeurs, Mme. Jeanne Paquin, House of Worth, Jeanne Lanvin,  Jacques Doucet, Martial & Armand, Jenny Sacerdote, known as Madame Jenny and House of Premet.

Louis Strimpl, detail, La Cote d'Azur ou Une fête sur la terrasse (The Cote d'Azur or A party on the terrace), La Gazette du Bon Ton, Summer 1915. Louis Strimpl Illustrating design by Georges Dœuillet, House of Beer, Madeleine Chéruit, House of Callot Soeurs, Mme. Jeanne Paquin, House of Worth, Jeanne Lanvin, Jacques Doucet, Martial & Armand, Jenny Sacerdote, known as Madame Jenny and House of Premet.

By the Seeberger Bros. Victorian Era

vintage everyday: Typical Fashion Style of Edwardian Era – Vintage Photos of Ladies in Trailing Dresses with Peach Basket Hats

A partially covered person is to the dead girl's left and is helping to hold her upright for the photo (same child as in the wheelchair photo here).  ca. 1865, memento mori

This site exists to discredit the idea of the Victorian standing post mortem photo. Post mortem photos do exist, but none of them are stand alone.

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Les Createurs de La Mode 1910 - 38 - Les Deshabilles

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Charles Frederick Worth ballgown with 11 foot train, circa 1888, worn for presentation to Queen Victoria's Court.

Charles Frederick Worth ballgown with 11 foot train, circa worn for presentation to Queen Victoria's Court. I hope the Queen was duly impressed!

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