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    It was a great book! Very stylishly written and well-researched so you really get a sense of the time period. :)

    I read that book a while back and it was a good little romp through 1870s-Paris. I loved how she talked about life during the Commune, and that Worth wasn't always the best couturier...

    Also, it dispelled some of the Madame X myths - such as the question of her taking arsenic in small doses for weight control and skin whitening...

    Interesting stuff!

    This is a book that I've wanted to read for awhile. I have to add it to my ever-growing list of "Books to Read"...

    Nice photo la coquette ! ca minspire beaucoup i love the cigarette!
    ill be back for sure;)
    Bouchra

    I've just discovered your blog, and it's really interesting. Very nice photo on this post, and very nice posts in generala;)

    I never thought I'd see Eliza Frye pop-up here, I got one of her prints for Christmas. It's a very distinguished gentleman with a tophat and a monocle drinking tea. I'm in love with it.
    Her work is very amusing in that slightly vintage risque way.

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