Category Archives: Second Republic

Capotes de Lemoniev Pelvey. La Mode may 1850.

La Mode. Paul Gavarni. Crinoline fashion. Romantic costumes

La Mode. May 1850.

Capotes de Lemoniev Pelvey.

La Mode may 1850.

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Crinoline costumes by Mad. Debaizieux. Romantic era 1850.

Mad. Debaizieux. Crinoline costumes. Romantic era fashion. La Mode. Paul Gavarni.

La Mode 1850

Dresses by Mad. Debaizieux.

La Mode 1850.

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Romantic era crinoline fashion. La Mode 1850.

Crinoline fashion. La Mode. Romantic era costumes. Biedermeier fashion.

Crinoline fashion. La Mode 1850.

Crinoline fashion. La Mode 1850.

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Romantic fashion in the Reign of Philippe. 1830 to 1848.

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Romantic fashion in the Reign of Philippe. Romantic era costumes, German Biedermeier.

Fashion in the Reign of Philippe. 1830 to 1848.

Romantic fashion in the Reign of Philippe. 1830 to 1848.

Romantic era, German Biedermeier.

The Revolution of July, 1830 — Fashions in Louis Philippe’s reign — Microscopical bonnets, called “bibis,” “cabriolets” — Variety of caps — Fashions of the Middle Ages and of the Renaissance — The stage — Historic costumes — Influence of Rachel, the actress — Greek and Roman fashions — Colours — Various designations of materials — Bedouin sleeves — Bonnets and head-dresses — Pamela bonnets — Novel eccentricities — Taglioni gowns, gathered “4 la Vierge,” laced “à la Niobe,” &c. — The “Sylvestrine” — Costumes to be worn on occasions of attempts on the king’s life — Bouquets for balls.
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The Second Republic. Fashion 1848 to 1851.

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Fashion and Costumes of the The Second Republic.

Fashion and Costumes of the The Second Republic.

Fashion and Costumes of the The Second Republic. 1848 to 1851.

Tricoloured stuffs of 1848 — Girondin mantles — Open gowns — Summer dresses — Kasawecks and their derivatives — Beaver bonnets; velvet bonnets, and satin or crape drawn bonnets — Cloches, Cornelia, Moldavian, and Josephine cloaks; mantles — Isly green — Opera cloaks — Numerous styles of dressing the hair: a la Marie Stuart, a la Valois, Leda, Proserpine, and Ceres — Marquise parasols — Jewellery — Straw bonnets — “Orleans” and “armure” — Work reticule or bag — “Chinas” — Pagoda sleeves — Waistcoats; basque bodices — New and economical canezous.
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Paris Commune 1871. Vengereuses. Parisian communards, Federates.

Paris Commune, Vengereuses Parisian communards, Federates, Pétroleuses

Vengereuses 1871

Paris Commune 1871. Vengereuses. Parisian communards, Federates.

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