Costumes Trotteurs. Modèls de Worth, Cheruit, Dœuillet.

Worth, Cheruit, Dœuillet, Le Style Parisien, Parisian Chic,
Modèls de Worth, Cheruit, Dœuillet, 1916

Le Style Parisien 1916. Costumes Trotteurs.

Modèls by Georges Dœuillet, Madeleine Chéruit and Charles Frederick Worth.

Source: LE STYLE PARISIEN, 1916. COSTUMES TROTTEURS. Modèls de Worth, Cheruit, Dœuillet.

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