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Liane de Pougy, courtisane puis princesse. Elle a écrit quelques livres

Liane de Pougy, courtisane puis princesse. Elle a écrit quelques livres

Madeleine Astor, Titanic survivor and wife of John Jacob Astor IV, ca. 1910. Source: Library of Congress

Madeleine Astor, Titanic survivor and wife of John Jacob Astor IV, ca. 1910. Source: Library of Congress

greatgdean: Irene Castle in a tea gown 1913

greatgdean: Irene Castle in a tea gown 1913

The Paradise - BBC (Hairstyle created by LinziBWigs)

The Paradise - BBC (Hairstyle created by LinziBWigs)

Elizabeth learns that married women should wear their hair up....

Elizabeth learns that married women should wear their hair up....

back-of-victorian-hairstyle-1890

back-of-victorian-hairstyle-1890

Some Ladies of England Diamond and Pearl Tiara - a wedding present to Queen Mary in 1893. It hasn't been seen for over a century and is deemed dismantled. It could be worn as a necklace (middle) or as a corsage ornament (worn to the Duchess of Devonshire's costume ball celebrating Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee in 1897)

Some Ladies of England Diamond and Pearl Tiara - a wedding present to Queen Mary in 1893. It hasn't been seen for over a century and is deemed dismantled. It could be worn as a necklace (middle) or as a corsage ornament (worn to the Duchess of Devonshire's costume ball celebrating Queen Victoria's Diamond Jubilee in 1897)

An early image of Queen Marie of Romania when Crownprincess, shortly after her marriage with Crownprince Ferdinand. 1893

An early image of Queen Marie of Romania when Crownprincess, shortly after her marriage with Crownprince Ferdinand. 1893

Victorian hairstyle c. 1890's

Victorian hairstyle c. 1890's

Queen Mary's Diamond and Pearl Ladies of England Tiara - 1893 - by Hunt & Roskell - wedding gift from 650 ladies of England - dismantled in 1913 to make Cambridge Lover's Knot Tiara with leftover diamonds used in the Glouster Honeysuckle Tiara

Queen Mary's Diamond and Pearl Ladies of England Tiara - 1893 - by Hunt & Roskell - wedding gift from 650 ladies of England - dismantled in 1913 to make Cambridge Lover's Knot Tiara with leftover diamonds used in the Glouster Honeysuckle Tiara