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A Year in Fashion: 1912

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  Designers of Their Time:

 Fashion Plate: Madeleine Cheruit

  March 1912

 Article: The Truth About Paris Fashions: Why the New Styles Do Not Come to America Until They Are Very Old

 Fashion Plates: American Hats for American Women (20 images)

 Fashion Plates: Bride and Bridal Party (5 images)

 Fashion Plates: Ladies' Day Dresses (5 images)

 Fashion Plates: Spring Shirtwaists (6 images)

 Fashion Plates: Stout Ladies' Dresses (5 images)

  May 1912

 Article: Women Toilers: Women Working in Factories (12 images)

 Fashion Plates: Boys' Fashions (6 images)

 Fashion Plates: Girls' Fashions (7 images)

 Fashion Plates: Ladies' Negligees (4 images)

 Fashion Plates: Ladies' Swim Suits (3 images)

 Fashion Plates: Parisian Hair-Dressing at its Best (5 images)

 Fashion Plates: Toddlers' Fashions (5 images)



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