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Women's fashion in every year from 1784-1970 - Imgur

Women's fashion in every year from 1784-1970 - Imgur

Lilac silk ballgown, circa 1860, shown with an original bertha (a wide deep cape like collar, often of lace, usually to cover up a low neckline) and fan.

Lilac silk ballgown, circa 1860, shown with an original bertha (a wide deep cape like collar, often of lace, usually to cover up a low neckline) and fan.

Tansen Collection. I cannot find out how this portrait is related to the several sites that mention the Tansen Collection. However, the blog.catherinedelors.com pictures it and describes it as an 18th century portrait of an unknown lady. Catherine Delors has written a charming article about Jane Austen's love of portrait miniatures and the many instances in which they figure in her novels.

Tansen Collection. I cannot find out how this portrait is related to the several sites that mention the Tansen Collection. However, the blog.catherinedelors.com pictures it and describes it as an 18th century portrait of an unknown lady. Catherine Delors has written a charming article about Jane Austen's love of portrait miniatures and the many instances in which they figure in her novels.

Rose Bertin (1747-1813), French Milliner and Dressmaker to Marie Antoinette, she was the first celebrated French fashion designer and is credited with bringing fashion to the forefront of popular culture.

Rose Bertin (1747-1813), French Milliner and Dressmaker to Marie Antoinette, she was the first celebrated French fashion designer and is credited with bringing fashion to the forefront of popular culture.