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  • All fields: 1910-1930
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    • Undergarments

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    • From Gazette du Bon Ton. Corsets are reduced to a two-piece garment. The step-in lingerie and negligees are reminiscent of the First Empire
    • Women's dress

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    • From Gazette du Bon Ton. This new slender line for day will soon be generally adopted. Most hats are large; occasionally they are small and smooth fitting. Large muffs are one of the most important accessories
    • Women's dress

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    • From Gazette du Bon Ton. Many dresses have a peplum. Sometimes it is stiffened to stand out from the body. This gown takes its inspiration from the First Empire
    • Checkered suit dress

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    • From Gazette du Bon Ton. A checkered suit dress with a trim hat. The coat suggests a man's cutaway. Trim emphasizes the line of the garment
    • Garden party outfit

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    • From Gazette du Bon Ton. A garden party outfit in rose with a double-tiered peplum and matching stole. Elbow-length sleeves finish in a self-ruffle. Large hats like this leghorn are the last to go
    • Blouse and skirt

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    • From Gazette du Bon Ton. A softly tailored blouse and skirt combination. An arrangement suggestive of braces pulls two parts together into an ensemble
    • Two ladies

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    • Large hats and full boas in silhouette. When feathers become overabundant, boas are replaced by furs among the fashionable
    • Print dress

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    • From Gazette du Bon Ton. This soft, white cotton print dress is hobbled by contrasting bands of black velvet
    • Women's dress

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    • From Gazette du Bon Ton. The kimono sleeve and jacket are of oriental influence. Notice the eyes rimmed in kohl. This early hairstyles will soon be popular
    • Women's dress

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    • From Gazette du Bon Ton. A classic silhouette with a full peplum. As the skirt creeps up the ankle, stockings and shoes acquire a new importance
    • Women's dress

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    • From Gazette du Bon Ton. The little, remaining skirt fullness is gathered into an arrangement at the back of this evening gown. Arms tend to be bare. In this example a chiffon drape is arranged in a winglike effect over the arms
    • Worth gown

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    • From Gazette du Bon Ton. A Worth gown, Directoire in feeling. The strong, bright colors and contrasting details are important new design trends
    • Evening dress

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    • A bodice of layered lace. The tunic and cummerbund are of rose velvet. The chiffon underskirt is embroidered in a rococo swag motif. The floating, winglike sleeves are echoed at the back of the cummerbund with a velvet butterfly
    • Ida Rubenstein

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    • From Works by Bakst. This cape coat, not yet effected by the new tubular line, is unusual for the period. The starkly handsome ensemble includes the usual wide, full muff
    • Poiret gown

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    • From Gazette du Bon Ton. Influenced by the Ballet Russe, Poiret introduces brilliant and strongly contrasting color. This draped kimono coat is revolutionary in its color and line. A small fitted hat is low on the forehead
    • Women's dress

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    • From Gazette du Bon Ton. Tailored styles, influenced by men's clothing, appear for daytime. This example derives from the Norfolk jacket
    • Hat

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    • From Gazette du Bon Ton. A starkly tailored hat enhanced by a bold ribbon drape and buckle

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