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This is Winnaretta Singer, Princess de Polignac, daughter of Isaac Singer (of Singer Sewing Machines fame), one of the heirs to the Singer fortune, arts and music partron, and (in the words of Wikipedia en español) ‘notorious lesbian.’ One of her lover’s husbands once camped out outside her villa, shouting “If you are half the man I think you are you’ll come out and fight me.”
Winnaretta Singer, Princess de Polignac, 1918
Boots 1870, American, Made of wool gingham
Afternoon dress, silk, 1883-85, American.
1823 Museu dos Biscainhos Inventory # 2742 MB MatrizNet
Multicolor plaid cotton Date: c.1880 Country: USA Credit: Museum Purchase This two-piece dress features the plaid fabric known as "madras" which originated in the Indian town of Madras, on the Bay of Bengal. Like other Indian printed cottons, it was widely imitated in the West. Object Number: P92.21.1
Back detail, 1880
Day dress. French, early 19th C.,Yellow, red, green cotton plaid. Horizontally pleated neckline with drawstring closure at back; 8 front darts into waistband, gathered at back waistline; false lacing of green cording around blue silk thread covered buttons at front. Long sleeves, short welted slit cuffs with hook-and-eye closures. Band of ruching at skirt hem.
Plaid Cotton Day Dress, French, Early 19th Century.