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1873 La Mode Illustree - The Letter by Anaïs Toudouze Adele-Anais Toudouze (Paris, 1822-1899) was one of the major artists for La Mode. She belonged to a most talented family of artists and engravers. Other family members who produced fashion plates and fine art included her mother, Alexandre-Marie Colin (1798-1873) and her daughter, Isabelle Toudouze (1872-1925). In 1845 Adele-Anais married the painter and architect, Gabriel-Auguste Toudouze.

1873 La Mode Illustree - The Letter by Anaïs Toudouze Adele-Anais Toudouze (Paris, 1822-1899) was one of the major artists for La Mode. She belonged to a most talented family of artists and engravers. Other family members who produced fashion plates and fine art included her mother, Alexandre-Marie Colin (1798-1873) and her daughter, Isabelle Toudouze (1872-1925). In 1845 Adele-Anais married the painter and architect, Gabriel-Auguste Toudouze.

Antique Paris Ladies Fashion Plate No 7. La Mode by SGPrints, $14.95

Antique Paris Ladies Fashion Plate (No 7. La Mode Illustree), Victorian Era Clothing, French, 1871, Giclee Print Reproduction

Antique Paris Ladies Fashion Plate (No La Mode Illustree), Victorian Era Clothing, French, Giclee Print Reproduction,

1870’s fashion plate

Annabelle preferred lots of lace and ruffles on her dresses. She said the women in Texas "didn't know how to dress", so Trey wondered if they needed lessons.

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