• Gail Tarantino

    Dress, Evening Jeanne Hallée (French, 1880–1914) Date: 1901–5 Culture: French Medium: silk, metallic, glass #fashion #vintage

  • Vivian Phinney

    Evening Gown by Jeanne Hallée, c. 1901–5, of silk embroidery and glass beads.

  • citycottage vintage

    Jeanne Hallée evening dress c. 1900

  • MaiMai

    Vintage lace dress

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