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By the Spring of 1915, the women of Paris, having seen that the Great War was not going away anytime soon, decided that it was time to add some gaiety into their wardrobe. Steadily - since the August of the previous year, there had been such bad news and although the rationing of fabric continued, there was still much available for the asking.

     


Paris Fashions:  Nine Months into W.W. I (Vanity Fair Magazine, 1915)

Paris Fashions:  Nine Months into W.W. I (Vanity Fair Magazine, 1915)

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