Knitted dresses with fur or wool collar. Le style parisien 1915. Plate XX.
Petites Robes en Tricot ou Lainage Garnies de Fourrures. Modèles ” du Style Parisien “.
Fig. 240. Dress made in bands of different stuffs but similar shades; jersey and silk, cloth and crépe de Chine (the newest fashion for mourning) taffeta and serge, etc. … . The collar my be either of some thick material; velvet or cloth, or light one such as crépe or chiffon.
Fig. 241. Dress in iron grey spun or woolen material trimmed with stitching or narrow braid; belt in shiny leather; fox fur at the collar and sleeves.
Fig. 242. Dress in light snuff-colored spun or woolen stuff trimmed with kolinski. The belt consists of a band of shiny leather edged with the spun or woollen stuff.
Fig. 243. Dress in woolen or spun material of an iron grey tint, trimmed with Sitka fox; braiding and silver buttons.
Fig. 244. Dress in black spun or woolen stuff; collar and buttons in jaguarette of a fine tawny hue.
Fig. 245. Dress in light beige wool or jersey material trimmed with putois. The belt and the band of the skirt are in shiny leather.
Gallery: Le style parisien.Planche XX. Supplément du ” Style Parisian ” No 3. Le Directeur – Gérant: Lucien Vogel.
Mrs. Anne Turner in Edwardian widow costume. Executed Nov. 15th, 1615.
Mrs. Anne Turner (born Anne Norton 1576–1615), English maidservant convicted of the murder of Sir Thomas Overbury. The Thomas Overbury affair was the greatest scandal of seventeenth century England featuring a heady mix of adultery, murder and necromancy, and has been described as “one of the most sensational crimes in English history”. Mrs Anne Turner (1576 – 1615), was the widow of a respectable London doctor who was hanged at Tyburn for her role in the famous 1613 poisoning of Sir Thomas Overbury.
Turner was hanged at Tyburn on 15 November 1615. Her hangman, not by coincidence, also wore “bands and cuffs of the same colour.” Yellow starch then went out of fashion. Turner reportedly left behind three illegitimate children she had with the English politician Sir Arthur Mainwaring (c.1580 – 1648).
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