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    • Hobble skirted suit

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    • The hobble skirt is introduced by Paul Poiret and the freer style falls victim to this fashion fad. This is the first clear example of women buying and attempting to wear the dictates of Parisian couturiers backed by the fashion press. This is...
    • Along the Bois de Boulogne

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    • From Diary of a Century. A long, narrow silhouette in a two-piece outfit. The hat looks like a lamp shade. With the appearance of the sheath corset, the skirt is tightened around the ankles to make the hobble
    • 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

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