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Fashion plate showing visiting dresses with bell-shaped skirts formed by wearing crinolines (underskirts stiffened with horsehair). Moda di Parigi refers to ‘Paris fashion.’ Opposite page, a commentary on busybodies. “Corriere delle Dame,” number 1, January 5, 1842.
Library of Congress, European Division.

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