Traditional costumes from Châteauneuf-du-Faou, Carantec, Douarnenez, Quimper, Plonévez-Porzay, Scaër, Plogonnec and Langolen.
FRANCE – 18TH CENTURY. TRADITIONAL COSTUMES AND INDOOR FURNISHING, 1794.
The elegant Parisian society of 1792 in the gardens of the Royal Palace: elegant crowd, gathered under the trees, discussing and courting.
The portrait of Virginie Amélie Avegno Gautreau.
Madame X. or the exciting life in the Paris of the Belle Époque.
Production of wooden shoes in the Basse-Bretagne in 1840. View into the interior of a hut where a family lives together.
Another old custom gone. Art-Goût-Beauté. October 1923. Fashion by Jean Patou, Jeanne Hallée, Molyneux.
When Mme. Sarah Bernhardt first came to America, all her scenic costumes were designed by Maison de couture Félix.
La Jeune Locrienne. Chapeau de Camille Roger.
No 2 de la Gazette du Bon Ton. Anée 1922.
A few pretty novelties. Premet has made a black velvet dress with an edging of paste diamond lace. Philippe et Gaston put large diamond squares on white Georgine crepe.
Getting ready for Deauville. The parsienne is already enjoying foretastes of the idyllic delights of country life.