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scans from "La Vie Heureuse", 1910/1911

Sometimes I see in magazines I scan interesting pictures or articles not linked with Lantelme destiny or people she knew. I think I’ll also show these pictures in my blog because I don’t want to create additional blogs for them :) 45 more words

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books by Sem

Scans of the book “Le vrai et le faux chic” by Sem (1914), on Gallica site, with many pictures.

Scans of the book “Tangoville” by Sem (1913), with many pictures.

Belle Epoque

Tate Modern vs V&A

Expecting the Tate Modern to be somewhat MoMA-esque in appearance, with sleek black and clean lines, steel and glass industrial facades and a certain kind of futuristic appeal, I was somewhat (and not unpleasantly) surprised to discover something quite opposite to my expectations. 317 more words


French Revolutionary Fashion: Accessories of War, Part 2

We left off with the bonnet rouge, or the red cap of liberty, being adopted as an accessory of the French Revolution that represented the ideals of liberty, equality, and fraternity. 1,133 more words

Fashion History project

The fashion history projects are back!

Taking inspiration from a decade of the 20th century, our designers created outfits that can be worn today. No Halloween costumes here! 93 more words


And the Winner Is...

The results of my random number generator are in! The lucky number is 20, and the winner of my blogiversary giveaway of a choice of 5 PatternVault e-booklets is: 123 more words

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