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Vogue: September 1800-1900

Group History Project of the 19th Century.
Ainsley, April, Cynthia, Diana

VOGUE

SEPTEMBER 1800-1900

Q&A TIPS ON
HOW TO
WITH THE LOOK YOUR
QUEEN
HERSELF BEST

JUICY WHAT’S
GOSSIP OSCAR WILDE

ABOUT NAPOLEON’S DONE NOW?
CLOSET
FASHION,
7 BEST MUSICIANS FILM,
OF OUR CENTURY
& FEMINISM

Vogue
September 1800-1900

Fashion Will Be the Death of Us.............................................................................................................2
Trending Hair Accessories.......................................................................................................................3
Les Incroyables et Merveilleuses..........................................................................................................5-6
Napoleon Bonapart’s Fasion.................................................................................................................7-8
Everything You Need to Know About......................................................................................................9
Beauty and Cosmetics............................................................................................................................10
Queen Victoria: Long May She Reign..............................................................................................11-12
Today’s Top 7 Musicians........................................................................................................................13
New In the Cinema.................................................................................................................................14
Charles Frederick Worth.........................................................................................................................15
Thomson & Co. (Fold Out)..............................................................................................................17-18
*Bonus* Pattern Order Slip...................................................................................................................19
Come Work for Us!...............................................................................................................................20
NewEntertainment.................................................................................................................................21
Back Fullness is In................................................................................................................................22
Which Movement are You Apart of?.....................................................................................................23
ShoppingGuide......................................................................................................................................24

Fashion Will Be the Death of Us

When it comes to beauty, unfortunately, there is pain. Here is a list of some
costume items that may cause injury:

1. Shoes may be so tight that they will cripple your feet.

2. Corsets can be constricting to the point that they will cut off breath
and pop eyes out.

3. Dresses caught on fire will cause you to perish.

4. Crinolines may get caught in the most unruly situations.

Please practice precaution when wearing fashionable garments; one day it
might be the end of your exsistence.

*Vogue is not liable for any unfortunate incidents that may occur from our suggestions.* 2

? Diadems & Hats

Bonnets IS YOUR COLLECTION COMPLETE Indoor Day Caps

Bonnets come with ATcRcEHeNsaDsIioNrrGi e s For mature women,
fabric or straw crowns the trend is to wear
and wide rims. Our hair style trends are inspired on small muslin or lace
Greek sculptures in which the hair was caps, called indoors
3 combed back from the face and gathered day camps.
in ringlets or coils at the back of the hair
while the hair around the face was ar-
ranged in soft curls. This hairdo allows for
a hat to be placed with out distubing the
style.Further inspiration comes from an-
cient Greece and Rome, which influenced
the shape of the hats which are similar to
military helmets of classic antiquity. Hats
can be worn not only outdoors but also
for any events, such as the theater or balls.
Are you ready to give these styles a try?

Turbants

Turbans have become fashion-
able after Napoleon’s invasion
of Egypt

THRILLING. SPECTACULAR. UNFORGETTABLE.

LES MISERABLES
The Musical

Coming to Guielgud Theatre

Tickets available at the door
10 AUGUST – 30 NOVEMBER

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ExtremiLstesinInFcarsohyiaobnleds uertinMg terhveeiFllreeunscesh Direct ory
Members of a fashionable aristocratic subculture

The streets of Paris have been witnessing extremist in fashion who use their
clothes to announce their political beliefs that go against the status quo. Fash-
ion has become a form of protest. This groups emerged after the French Revo-

lution and the Reign of Terror.

THE ELEMENTS OF THEIR LOOKS: Many find their garments scandalous. Napoleon
being conservative has been reported to not be
The Incroyables a fan of the extreme nudity these subculture dis-
Or the incredibles plays. The emperor would love to bring back the
They are man who wear waistcoats elegance of the old regime. He would like to see
of loose fit at the shoulders, exces- more elaborate garments being recreated.
sively tight breeches, and cravats
(neckties). Their collars cover as The Merveilleuses
much of their chins which makes Or the marvelous ones
us wonder if they be heard or un- They are woman who wear the
derstood when they speak. most extreme of the Directoire
styles. Long flowing trains, the
sheerest of fabrics, necklines cut
in some extreme cases to the
waistline, and huge, exaggerated
jockeylike caps.

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A look into the

Provided by Master of Wardrobe; General

Waistcoats and Breeches
48 pairs of breeches and white waistcoats (They are
to be supplied every week, and must last 3 years.)

Uniforms and Greatcoats Body Linen
1 Grenadier’s tail coat on January 1st with epaulettes, etc 4 dozen shirts (a dozen a week)
1 Chausseur’s tail coat on April 1st with epaulettes, etc 4 dozen handkerchiefs (a dozen a week)
1 Grenadier’s tail coat on July 1st with epaulettes, etc 2 dozen cravats (one a fortnight [two weeks])
1 Chausseur’s tail coat on October 17, with epaulettes, etc 1 dozen black collars (once a month) which must
(Each coat will have to last 3 years.) last a year
2 Hunting coats: one for riding, in the Saint-Hubert style, the 2 dozen towels (a dozen a fortnight)
other for shoot 6 Madras night caps (one every 2 months) to last
ing on August 1st. (These coats will have to last 3 years.) 3 years
1 Civilian coat on November 1st (to last 3 years.) 2 dozen pairs of silk stockings at 18 francs (one pair
2 Frock coats: one grey, and the other another colour. (They a fortnight)
will be supplied on October 1st every year and will have to 2 dozen pairs of socks (one pair a fortnight) (All
last 3 years.) this linen, except the
black collar and night caps will have to last 6 years.)
Dressing Gowns, Pantaloons, and Vests Footwear
2 dressings gowns, one quilted, on May 1st and one of swans- 24 pairs of shoes (one pair a fortnight, which must
down, on October 1st last 2 years) 6 pairs of boots, to last 2 years
2 pairs of pantaloons, one quilted and one of wool, supplied Headwear
in the same way. 4 hats a year supplied with the tail coat
(The dressing gowns and pantaloons will have to last 3 years)
48 flannel vests (one a week) at 30 francs. (The vests will have
to last 3 years.)

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This pair of gloves are The bicorne is one of the
yellow dante [buck- emperor favorite gar-
skin] and fastened by ments. Annually he lets his
a cord. Said to be worn hatter make up to twelve of
in battle. these striking hats; on his
campaigns he took several
Emperor's inventory replacements with him.

A closer look into
some items !

A red felt cloak with a hood; embroidered and appliqued with
silver thread and braid borders of trefoils, elaborate scrolls and
arabesques around the hood and breast and with tinsel tassels at-
tached. Lined with yellow silk brocade woven with pink roses and
appliqued around the opening with purple silk lozenges on red
felt, to represent an Imperial eagle.

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Etovkenryotwhianbgoyuotu..n.eed

Elegantly Simple!

A versatile accessory, that consists of a triangular
or rectangular piece available in all weights of fab-
rics, including silk, lace, muslin, and cashmere wool.
Their designs can be floral patterns or more elabo-
rate Paisley patterns.
They have been imported Asia, from diverse exotic
countries such as Persia an India in the past. Howev-
er, the emperor Napoleon Bonaparte has recently re-
stricted the importation of fabrics from abroad and
ordered for them to be copied in France. In hopes of
stimulating the demand for French goods.

A moon shawl (chandar), North India,
circa 1820-30. 66⅞ x 68⅛in (167 x 173cm)

How to wear them:
There are many ways to style your shawls. It can
be placed hanging over the shoulders, it can also
be knotted around the front, or perhaps you pre-
fer to have it pulled across the chest or if you
would like to change your style it can be wound

around the head in the style of a turban.
All of this options are to be worn on top of your
dress, as an extra layer to provide warmth with-
out having to wear a jacket or just as an accessory.

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Beauty & Cosmetics AS SEEN ON Use By
MODELS AND Queen
Trending Now MAGAZINES Victoria
Herself
- Dark under-eye circles
- Paler is Better!

Try LABLACHE’s new
Rice Powder for

a paler complexion

Stay updated! next
week’s edition we will have

tips on hosting the best

dinner party!

Keep your cosmetics in a hand-crafted

Toilet Table Box

A Beautiful
Case For Your
Salves, Creams,
Perfumes, and

more!

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Get Your Portrait Done Like Our Lovely

Queen Victoria !

NEW ! Photographic Portraiture
Painting by F. Winterhalter

Born on the 24th of May in 1819, Queen of the United Kingodm of Great Britan and Ireland
since the 20th of June in 1837, and daughter of Prince Edward, Duke of Kent and Strathearn,
and Princess Victoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld; she is our beloved Queen Alexandrina
Victoria! In today’s issue we were able to snag a few exclusive words with our queen about
her day-to-day life, and her first train ride! Find out what happened during the latest
assassination attempt on our Majesty. She is so brave! We are so proud to call her our queen.
Also covered is a re-enactment of the event; read our review on it, and some inspiring words
from our Queen on the matter.

The Interview LONG The Young Victoria
M AY
Q: You’re getting quite SHE A film focused on our
close to beating George REIGN majesty, Queen Victoria,
III’s record of longest and her love story with
reign! He led our country Prince Albert of Saxe-Co-
for 59 years and 96 days burg and Gotha.
before passing in January How romantic! Go to page
of 1820. How does it feel? for a full review on the
A: Wow! I haven’t thought wardrobe!
about it so much, but
I’m very proud to have
been leading the United
Kingdom for so long. Of
course, it’s not just about
the time I’ve spent on the
throne. It’s about the work
I am doing to make the
lives of our people better.
I am doing my best, and
I hope most of my people
are pleased with how I’ve
been doing it!

Q: You’re the first monarch to ride a train. So iconic! What was the experience like for you? Was there anything
in particular that you were surprised by?
A: It was truly amazing! We rode from Slough, nearby the Windsor Castle, all the way to Paddington in West
London. The whole trip was only a half hour long! It was quite delightful, the motion was very slight, and much
easier than a carriage - also no dust or great heat, which made the ride so much more pleasant!

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Today’s Top 7
Musicians

(Ranked by polls sent in from
previous editions)

1. Frédéric Chopin
2. Johannes Brahms

3. Richard Wagner
4. Ludwig van Beethoven
5. Franz Liszt
6. Pyotr Ilyitch Tchaikovsky
7. Giuseppe Verdi



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NEW IN THE CINEMA

The costuming done in this scene is remarkable. As Queen
Victoria and Prince Albert ride by in the horse-drawn car-
riage, our Queen is seen in a lovely dark, velvet jacket layered
over a gorgeous, plaid, plum dress that matches her gloves.
She wears a sheer bonnet as well, wrapped and tied neatly
under her chin. It is placed carefully over her up-do, that
probably took many hands and attention to get it pinned and
shaped so cleanly. The look is finished with a pair of deep
purple disk-shaped earrings on gold hardware.

Prince Albert wears a classic white shirt with a silk cravat
tied around his neck, and a vest fitted on top. The focus of the
look being a well-structured, double-breasted coat made of
fine wool. The look is topped off with a top hat, and his neatly
trimmed moustache and sideburns.

Even the queen’s entourage are dressed their best, in their
iconic red coats, one can be seen rushing to save the day with
his sword out. Victoria’s mother is dressed in a fine gown as
well, with large puffed short sleeves, and the classic off-shoul-
der V-neckline. Overall, the quality of the garments is exqui-
site, each stitch made with care and attention knowing it will
be worn by our beloved Queen.
Fashion in the United States was influenced by European
styles, relying on tight corsets, crinolines and hoops, ladies
in the West sported bell-shaped silhouettes. Their dresses of
silk, velvet, muslin and fine lawn cloth were adorned with
lace, embroidery, buttons and ribbons.
Women in the 1860s often wore their hair in braids rolled
and pinned into a low bun, and then secured by a deco-
rative hairnet. Bonnets were also popular and were made
from a variety of materials, depending on the season.

It was fashionable at the time for men to wear collarless,
single-breasted waistcoats with semi-fitted jackets. Their
neckties were tied in a bow or looped into a loose knot and
fastened with a stickpin. For formal occasions, men wore
dark tailcoats and trousers with a white cravat, a standard
of evening dress that continued well into the 20th century,
though is rarely seen today.

The Abraham Lincoln-style stovepipe hat was common,
as well as a variety of other shapes, including the bowler
hat, which gained popularity as an informal hat during the
decade. Men were known to wear full beards, side whiskers
and drooping moustaches.

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Charles
Frederick
Worth

He was born and raised in England and be- ‘His first model was his
came the first world famous French fashion young French wife, Marie
designer. He was the first to create and emply vernet, who would often
the principles of design and fashion that wear Worth’s latest creation
would be called ‘Haute Couture” or “High to a fashionable event to
fashion”. Worth is also credited with revolu-
tionizing the business of fashion. advertise his work.’
With only 117 francs and unable to speak
a word of French, he came to Paris to work Ball gown
in the fabric houses and sold the fabrics. 1867/1877
Through his sales experience he learned House of Worth,
about what women wanted and needed in (French, 1858–1956)
clothing and fashion. Also, he studied while
he worked. Evening ensemble
1862–65
While an employee of the Maison Gageline, House of Worth
he was exposed to the best resources for (French, 1858–1956)
fabrics and trims and allowed to develop his
design skills. He also learned the value of live ‘He used references from
models and met his future business partner, sketches, historical fashion
a Swede named Otto Bobergh. He also began plates and paintings by famous
to have his attractive French wife wear dress- artists including Titan, Rem-
es he had designed. Worth set up his own brant, Gainsborough and Sir
business in 1858. He worked as a couturier
until the 1880s and his sons continued the Joshua Reynolds.’
business after he retired.
Dress
Worth used beautiful and luxurious fabrics 1865-1868
for his dresses, and he trimmed them with House of Worth,
rich decoration, such as fringe, lace, braid, (French, 1858–1956)
and tassels made of pearls. Worth dressed the
most respectable, as well as the most notori-
ous, women of the world. His clients ranged
from Queen Victoria to Cora Pearl, a well-
known courtesan.

Especially for Miner’s Wear 16
Call and examine this stock before purchasing elsewhere

J. W. DAVIS

Thomson & Co.

“PRIZE MEDAL” CRINOLINES

ADOPTED TO PRESENT FASHION

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Thomson & Co.

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Open to
Reveal!

The SINGER

Absolutely the Simplest
Lightest-Running
Best Constructed

Strongest Sewing Machine
ever invented

“Always ready when needle is threaded”

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Come Work for Us!

There is now a greater demand for ready-to-
wear clothing. It’s easy - anyone can work.
You’ll be doing one simple task all day and get
paid for it; you’ll be gaining a sufficeint trade
close to home. This is why you should start
working at your neighborhood factory.
This job will change every woman’s daily life.
You used to just be able to buy corsets,
crinolines, bonnets, cloaks, underclothes and
wrappers. Now there is no need for you to
waste time at home cutting and sewing your
own garments, because you will be able to buy
dresses, suits, walking costumes, shirtwaists and
skirts.
All we need is a helping hand.

- Sears Factory

Global Connections:
More immigrants are hitting shore - they are claimed to be excellent tailors and dressmakers.
So apply quick at your closet local factory!

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New Entertainment

The man who wrote “The Picture of Dorian Gray”....
Is now back to present his latest comedy called:

“The Importance of Being Earnest”

Already rated as being the BEST comedy of the year!

Disclamer: Oscar Wilde supports the Aesthetic’s Movement. 21

Back Fullness is In!

Full Bustle: has a elongated basket,
fring and pleated trims - also has a

generous amount of drapery.

Sheath Kwiras: with a narrow skirt
at the torso and fullness falling at the

bottom of the back.

Shelf-like Bustle: rigid and no train.

60% more
behind!

*Find these available at any of your nearby retailers*
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Which Movement are
You Apart of?

1. The Bloomer Movement

Women shouldn’t have to feel uncomfortable
anymore from their everyday dress. The Bloomer
Movement is all based chiefly on the need for more
comfortable and convenient attire for women.

2. The Aesthetic Movement

Have you ever dreamt of traveling to an Asian
country? Well you don’t have to! The Aesthetic
Movement has brought Japanese and Asian culture to
our western society. The Japanese and Asian
influences’ have become more pronounced in our
textiles and decorative arts.

3. Pre-raphaelite Movement

If you are more into the Medival times and the
Renaissance, this movement is for you! This group is
made up of painters who oppose the direction of En-
glish art, and have been influencing womens costume
based on historic drawings.

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Shopping Guide

Best Places to Shop: Introducing...

1. Sears The Tea Gown
2. Roebuck and Co.
3. Marshall Field & Company Will provide relief from the tight lacing, NO
CORSET! Loose fit with a soft
Department Store silhouette that is ideal to wear at home.
4. Rowland Hussey Macy

Opening soon...

J.C. Penney - April 14th, 1902
Harry Gordon Selfridge - March 15th, 1909

Have Money? Shop in the romantic city
of Paris for customized pieces.

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Credits

AACD Inc.
Ainsley Jones
April Kim
Cynthia Lee
Diana Hinojosa
Ainsley Jones
April Kim
Cynthia Lee
Diana Hinojosa
Ainsley Jones
April Kim
Cynthia Lee
Diana Hinojosa
Ainsley Jones
April Kim
Cynthia Lee
Diana Hinojosa
Ainsley Jones
April Kim
Cynthia Lee
Diana Hinojosa

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