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Edwige Feuillere Magazine Article
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A 1946 COLLIER'S MAGAZINE article in which the beloved French actress Edwige Feuillère (1907 – 1998) is personified as the epitome of wounded French Glamor returned to it's rightful place following the hasty retreat of those nasty Huns from the boulevards of lovely Paris:

"Edwige Feuillère, France's Number One actress, is wearing evening clothes again - and all fashionable Paris rejoices. It is a sort of symbol, the blooming of the lovely Edwige into full-panoplied formality. For she, along with most women of France, abstained from festivities and the clothes that go with them throughout the war."


Edwige Feuillère Gets Liberated (Collier's, 1946)

Edwige Feuillère Gets Liberated (Collier's, 1946)

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