What The Parisienne wears - morning, noon and night
as seen in the January 1914 issue of Vanity Fair

What The Parisienne wears - morning, noon and night

as seen in the January 1914 issue of Vanity Fair


Carnelian, one of spring’s predominating colors composes this dainty after-noon dress of canton crepe.  A collar and panel of lace gives it its cachet for lace we are told is to play quite an important part in the matter of dress decoration this year. described by Nancy Spence, March 19, 1925

Carnelian, one of spring’s predominating colors composes this dainty after-noon dress of canton crepe.  A collar and panel of lace gives it its cachet for lace we are told is to play quite an important part in the matter of dress decoration this year. described by Nancy Spence, March 19, 1925