The Paris 1900 exhibit had delicious examples of the all-important art of dressing–always a priority for the French. No wonder women who could afford it traveled from England and America just to buy their wardrobes.
I loved this dress, just the thing for attracting admiring glances–and filling up one’s dance card–at a ball. I can hear the music!
Fine leather boots would look fetching while stepping out of a carriage.
An elegant skirt and ruffled blouse, maybe for entertaining in one’s Paris town-home. The sinuous curving lines of Art Nouveau were not just for furniture. Women delighted in wearing Art Nouveau.
The Belle Epoque–what an era!
Join me next time for more explorations into the art and history of Europe!