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Alfred Cheney Johnston: Ziegfeld Follies girl Anne Lee Patterson, Miss U. of Anne Lee Patterson also performed in the Ziegfeld Follies that same year. Her images are sometimes misnamed Anna Lee Peterson.

The round, low cut neck, which is at the moment an all prevailing fashion, is painfully conspicuous in many of the newest models for gowns. Description from glamourdaze.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

1910 Lily Elsie Actress Lily Elsie was a popular English actress and singer during the Edwardian era, best known for her starring role in the hit.

Edwardian Ensembles | Recollections

Browse our collection of Edwardian Ensembles (EdEnsembles) at Recollections. Historic Clothing Reminiscent of Centuries Past.

TRAJE DE TERCIOPELO NEGRO, SEDA Y ENCAJE CHANTILLY 1910

1910 Black Cotton Velvet and Silk Chantilly Lace Edwardian Gown. Edwardian fashion is so gorgeous. I have to admit that I love film versions of Forster novels for the fashions as much as the stories!

A pair of Edwardian ladies c1905-1910

Edwardian ladies in "tea gowns" or "afternoon dresses" Women on the left in the cross over dress by Joana Sárközy

Luxembourg Princesses - 1910's

The daughters of the Grand Duke and Grand Duchess of Luxembourg. Back: Hereditary Grand Duchess Marie-Adelheid, Princess Hilda, Princess Charlotte. Front: Princess Antonia, Princess Elisabeth and Princess Sophie.

Lily Elsie in the operetta The Merry Widow (1909) by SayaValentine

~ Lily Elsie ~ Wow, what a beauty. Lily was a popular English actress and singer during the Edwardian era, best known for her starring role in the hit London premiere of Franz Lehár's operetta The Merry Widow.

Edwardian street style photographed by Edward Linley Sambourne in Kensington, 4 July 1906

Street style 1906: Edward Linley Sambourne’s fashion blog

Edwardian street style: Astonishing amateur images by Edward Linley Sambourne, which capture the fashion of women in London and Paris over a century ago.

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