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Paris Fashions of the 1890s: A Picture Sourcebook with 350 Designs,…

by Stella Blum

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Here are 350 haute couture designs from the 1890s reproduced from rare original issues of The Young Ladies Journal, an English periodical devoted to French dress design. Introduction and captions.
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France was the established center of fashion in the Victorian era, setting trends for the rest of Europe and America. Some of these plates are in color, which also was used in the magazines of the period. ( )
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