Galerie des Modes, 43e Cahier, 2e Figure

The young insouciant, playing with her fan and favoring the scent of the rose placed on her chest, she wears a large Hat à la Charlotte over a demi-négligé cap, and is dressed in a very light gown. (1784)

Hat à la Charlotte. - Trimmings made by Mlle Bertin, marchande de modes to the Queen, for the Baronne de Benkendorff.

"1785, July 14. - A hat en charlotte of white straw edged with net, a pink and white striped ribbon bouillonné around the crown, a striped gauze kerchief forming a coiffure. 48 livres.

Trims made for Mme de Bercheny.

"1784, March 31. - A charlotte hat in yellow straw, edged on one side à la Baigneuse, a good, flowered lace, a little pleated net and a bouillonné ribbon over the crown, pink and white satined, a bow of the same ribbon behind and a kerchief forming a coiffure. 54 livres.

Dossiers Bertin, Doucet Library

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