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    • Chiffonelle

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    • Light silk unboned corset covering undergarment. During the next decade this will be the only undergarment worn by the slim and trim (designed by Graftons)
    • Peignoirs

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    • Variety of peignoirs suitable for wear in the boudoir. Many lace ruffles, satin ribbons, tassels, etc., decorate the robes, also known as wrappers (Atelier Bachwitz, photographer)
    • Wool suit

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    • Teal wool suit with beaver trim. Front panel and skirt is re-embroidered (Brandt, designer)
    • Silk outfits

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    • Silk and chiffon over silk with various trims in spring pastels. Note pouter pigeon breast effect. A result of the boned corset, which is worn under the breasts, is pushing the breast up and out (Atelier Bachwitz, photographer)
    • Day dress

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    • Cyclamen pink crepe gorgette dress. Godets embroidered in silver dentelles and silver ribbon trim. Pink chiffon plasteron (Les Grandes Modeles)
    • Wool dress

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    • Pique de laine trimmed in an unusual manner with multi-color silk grosgrain. An unusual zipper front closure (La Grande Modeles)
    • Summer dress

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    • Summer silk print dress with pink silk border at neck, sleeves and hem. Godets are inserted at the hem. Note the contribution made by the green hat (La Grande Modeles)
    • Casual suit

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    • New Age casual mixed suit with great style. Vest has a tapestry front. The blouse is white with an extra long stock tie (La Gazette du Bon Genre)
    • Jacket with chemise

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    • Series designed by magazine editors based on Chinese inspirations. A red jacket over a white chemise. The dress and jacket are trimmed with Chinese medallion style flat braids (La Gazette du Bon Genre)
    • Crepe suit

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    • Black wool crepe suit with red metallic soutache embroidery. Marie, Martha & Regina Callot were as highly esteemed as Poiret and others. They opened their salon in Paris in 1895 and continued until 1928 (Max Meyer Collection, Spring 1923)
    • Three women

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    • Left: Ermine trimmed blue coat. Middle: Jersey dress trimmed with multi-color jersey at neck, waist and sleeve. Right: Black velvet and lame short evening dress (designed by Anna; Les Idees Nouvelles de la Mode et Des Arts, 1925)
    • Men's sport outfits

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    • The left-hand figure is in a two-button double-breasted sack jacket with contrasting trousers. The right figure is in a one-button sack suit with patch pockets and matching tip cap (Majestic Tailors Catalogue, Chicago, Spring/Summer, 1920)
    • Hats

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    • Left to right: Tilted brim black straw hat with black and white belting. Black lace straw hat with yellow flowers and wide brim. Black crochet crown with milan strips over (Leslie -- Custom Millinery; Department Bergdorf Goodman)
    • Crepe dress

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    • Brown pebble crepe dress with multiple buttons and loops on wrists and bodice. Tricolor velveteen scarf at neck (Davidow Collection, 1930)
    • Shirt dress

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    • Since the turn of the century, the classic and commonly worn American shirt dress (formerly the shirtwaist). Multi-striped heavy silk crepe (George Hoyningen-Huene, photographer; Harper's Bazaar, March 1939)
    • Sport ensemble

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    • Two-piece sport ensemble. Chevron striped bias cut jacket and pants. The culottes are a very popular women's trouser style (Davidow Collection, 1930)
    • Town meets country

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    • Left figure is wearing a double-breasted blue flannel suit with a round collared blue shirt. Spitafield silk tie, black shoes, bowler, yellow chamois gloves. Right figure is in a three-button notched lapel, black and white herringbone Shetland wool...
    • Hunt ball

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    • The scarlet tail coats indicate club membership. Guests wear black or midnight blue tail coats. Unfazed by events in the outside world, the dance in some circles goes on uninterrupted (G.B. Shepherd, illustrator)
    • All silk and yards wide

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    • Three coats that capture the Dior New Look of 1946. The coats are cut with full skirts to cover the multiple crinoline underskirts (Richard Avedon, photographer)
    • Evening gown

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    • Tucked bodice black over red taffeta. Five tier skirt of black silk net over red taffeta (designed by Gleason for Bergdorf Goodman Custom Collection, fall 1954)

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