TWO BELLE EPOQUE LACE SKIRTS, c. 1905. Both beige & w/ trains: 1 silk w/ torchon & tape lace insertions. 1 Battenburg lace w/ blossom & fan motifs. Back
Polaire was the stage name used by French singer and actress Émilie Marie Bouchaud (May 14, 1874 – October 14, 1939). Born in Algeria - Throughout her career Polaire was skilled in using her appearance to attract attention. In her early days as a café singer in the 1890s she wore very short skirts and also cropped her hair, fashions that did not become common in the rest of society until the 1920s.
Boucheron - A Belle Epoque diamond necklace, circa 1899. Made for Mary-Louise McKay, the wife of the American silver prospector and millionaire John McKay. Source: Vincent Meylan, Boucheron, The Secret Archives.
Hats from Expostion Universalle, Paris (1900) Những chiếc mũ hoạ tiết hoa lá khá rắc rối và trông nặng nề là một trong những trend thời này. Mũ khá cao và người phụ nữ có thể thể hiện kiểu tóc gibson của mình.
In the Spring of 1908, three women walked onto the Longchamp racecourse in Paris and jaws dropped. The elite society event was known for debuting the latest
Wonderful Belle Epoque Evening Dress, c. 1911. By Callot Soeurs, love the combination of textures and fabrics