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    Callot Soeurs, jupe vers 1900

    • Sophie Black

      Callot Soeurs skirt and blouse ca. 1900. Good detail on the skirt, adding interest to an otherwise simple look.

    • Miranda Cacciaguerra

      Callot Soeurs skirt and blouse, via Musée Galliera. The four Callot sisters were famous for their evening dresses, but you don't see many examples of day wear.

    • Anne Youngblood

      fripperiesandfobs: “ Callot Soeurs skirt and blouse ca. 1900 Frank Hovak Photography via the Musee Galliera ”

    • Lisa Richardson

      Callot Soeurs skirt and blouse. Love the detail edging on the skirt hem. Musée Galliera

    • Elizabeth Olliff

      Callot Soeurs skirt and blouse ca. 1900, design on skirt very art nouveau | JV

    • Cynthia Harshbarger Foster

      In Love with this!!!! (Callot Soeurs skirt and blouse ca. 1900)

    • Sassy Pants

      Magnificent Day Attire, Callot Soeurs Skirt & Blouse, ca. 1900

    • Maggie Shaver

      Callot Soeurs skirt and blouse ca. 1900

    • Yanina Mirande

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