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Luciene Murat (1876 - 1951?), "a distinguished member of the French nobility" and a devotee to Paul Poiret, wrote this VOGUE MAGAZINE article shortly after her return from Turkey in 1922. It is the sort of piece that could only be written by an over-indulged member of the 1920s European high-society, which makes it all the more enjoyable to read. Her reminiscences of her visit to the city of Pera are especially interesting for the observations made regarding the White Russians of her acquaintance who reluctantly resided there in some discomfort.

     


Charming White Russians in Exhile  (Vogue Magazine, 1922)

Charming White Russians in Exhile  (Vogue Magazine, 1922)

Charming White Russians in Exhile  (Vogue Magazine, 1922)

Charming White Russians in Exhile  (Vogue Magazine, 1922)

Charming White Russians in Exhile  (Vogue Magazine, 1922)

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