coiffures belle epoque

I adore Charles Gibson's illustrations. I definitely want to try my hand at recreating a Gibson girl look.

Cléo de Mérode, French dancer of the Belle époque. Beautiful woman & clothing.        Clean, elegant, vintage

Cléo de Mérode, French dancer of the Belle époque. The HAT! high neck, leg o' mutton sleeves.

Wonderful Belle Epoque Evening Dress, c. 1911. By Callot Soeurs, love the combination of textures and fabrics

Evening Dress - c. 1911 - by Callot Soeurs (French, active - Silk, cotton, metallic thread, metal beads

La Fermette Marbeuf is a renowned restaurant located in the heart of Paris, near the illustrious Champs-Elysees. Created in 1898 by the young architect Émile Hurtré and the artist Jules C. Wielhorski,

Stunning Belle Epoque Restaurant in Paris

Champs Elysees District - La Fermette Marbeuf is a renowned restaurant located in the heart of Paris rue Marbeuf), near the illustrious Champs-Elysees. Created in 1898 by the young architect Émile Hurtré and the artist Jules C.

Polaire was the stage name used by French singer and actress Émilie Marie Bouchaud (May 14, 1874 – October 14, 1939). Born in Algeria - Throughout her career Polaire was skilled in using her appearance to attract attention. In her early days as a café singer in the 1890s she wore very short skirts and also cropped her hair, fashions that did not become common in the rest of society until the 1920s.

“Actress Emilie Marie Bouchaud, aka Polaire, was well known for her dramatic and often shocking appearance.

Boucheron - A Belle Epoque platinum, gold, black opal and diamond necklace, circa 1910.

Boucheron - A Belle Epoque platinum, gold, black opal and diamond necklace, circa 1910.

A Belle Epoque diamond and emerald brooch, circa 1905. Designed as a stylised snowflake, the central triangular-cut diamond framed by circular and rose-cut diamonds, calibré-cut emeralds and finely pierced platinum icicles, within a floral wreath border of old brilliant and single-cut diamonds, partial maker's mark and assay mark, both probably French, diameter 4.3cm.

A Belle Epoque diamond and emerald brooch, circa 1905. Designed as a stylised snowflake, the central triangular-cut diamond framed by circular and rose-cut diamonds, calibré-cut emeralds and finely pierced platinum icicles, within a floral wreath border of old brilliant and single-cut diamonds, partial maker's mark and assay mark, both probably French, diameter 4.3cm.

This is just epic! :D  Art by Adam Hill

Adam Hill - illustration - The Cape Town Tattoo Expo in conjunction with Jorgensen's Distillery invited artists to create one-off Absinthe labels as part of the Victorian Oddities exhibition.

La Belle Epoque - Cartier Aigrette Tiara - 1913 - by Cartier, Paris

In the Belle Epoque, aigrette tiaras became the rage in women’s fashion. They were inspired by the egret feathers and jewels that Ottoman emperors wore on their turbans. Cartier used this as inspiration to make aigrette tiaras such as this one.

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