Erkunde Belle Epoque, Edwardian Kleidung und noch mehr!

1900-05 Smocked Blouse Example of a transitional sleeve from the large leg of mutton sleeves of the 1890s to the straighter sleeves that followed.

1900-05 Smocked Blouse Example of a transitional sleeve from the large leg of mutton sleeves of the 1890s to the straighter sleeves that followed.

The Mystery of the Gray Striped Dresses: at top, a dress owned by Rosamund (Mrs. Edward) Hussey of Kent, England, maker unknown. Next to it is a painting by the American society portraitist JJ Shannon of Mrs. Hussey wearing the dress, shortly after her marriage in 1900. Below that, a photo of the painting being made! (Courtesy UK National Trust.) Bottom, two similar dresses by Jeanne Paquin. Left, 1912 (owned by the Met) and right, 1910 (sold by Auctions Eve). Both silk.

The Mystery of the Gray Striped Dresses: at top, a dress owned by Rosamund (Mrs. Edward) Hussey of Kent, England, maker unknown. Next to it is a painting by the American society portraitist JJ Shannon of Mrs. Hussey wearing the dress, shortly after her marriage in 1900. Below that, a photo of the painting being made! (Courtesy UK National Trust.) Bottom, two similar dresses by Jeanne Paquin. Left, 1912 (owned by the Met) and right, 1910 (sold by Auctions Eve). Both silk.

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Late (1810s-1820) silhouette. The skirt is shorter, slimmer, and the whole silhouette is "stiffer" with the trademark 3 ruffles at the bottom of the skirt.

Late (1810s-1820) silhouette. The skirt is shorter, slimmer, and the whole silhouette is "stiffer" with the trademark 3 ruffles at the bottom of the skirt.

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