Tag Archives: History of fashion

  1. Weber, Caroline. QUEEN OF FASHION: WHAT MARIE ANTOINETTE WORE TO THE REVOLUTION

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    January 16, 2015 by ethelfritha

    On May the 7th, 1770, Maria Antonia Josepha Joanna, Archduchess of Austria, having already married Prince Louis-Auguste of France by …
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  2. Peiss, Kathy. HOPE IN A JAR: THE MAKING OF AMERICA’S BEAUTY CULTURE

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    January 14, 2015 by ethelfritha

    The amount of time it took for cosmetics to traverse the distance between “painted whore” to “cosmopolitan lady” is astonishingly short. …
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