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Le Monocle was a well-know lesbian bar located in Montmartre section of Paris, France that was open from the 1920s thru the early 1940s.  The name Le Monocle derived from a fad at the time where women who identified as lesbian would sport a monocle to indicate sexual preference. The writer Colette once obsevered the fad by describing women in the area as “often affecting a monocle and a white carnation in the buttonhole.”

Le Monocle was a well-know lesbian bar located in Montmartre section of Paris, France that was open from the 1920s thru the early 1940s. The name Le Monocle derived from a fad at the time where women who identified as lesbian would sport a monocle to indicate sexual preference. The writer Colette once obsevered the fad by describing women in the area as “often affecting a monocle and a white carnation in the buttonhole.”

Marlene and Jean Gabin // in 1941, the French actor and military hero Jean Gabin began a relationship. Their relationship ended in the mid-1940s.

Marlene and Jean Gabin // in 1941, the French actor and military hero Jean Gabin began a relationship. Their relationship ended in the mid-1940s.

For tonight, we have this absolutely stunning #Bell & #Ross from the #Vintage Collection; the #BR126 #Sport! What's your take on it?  The #BellRoss Vintage Collection consists of #timepieces, designed with a nod to the past. The #designs of the various #watches in the Vintage Collection are inspired by the #wristwatches worn by #pilots in the 1940s - they're aimed to be legible, comfortable on the #wrist and pragmatic.

For tonight, we have this absolutely stunning #Bell & #Ross from the #Vintage Collection; the #BR126 #Sport! What's your take on it? The #BellRoss Vintage Collection consists of #timepieces, designed with a nod to the past. The #designs of the various #watches in the Vintage Collection are inspired by the #wristwatches worn by #pilots in the 1940s - they're aimed to be legible, comfortable on the #wrist and pragmatic.

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