Reboux, Caroline

Caroline Reboux was a Parisian milliner. From early in her career, when she made hats for the Empress Eugenie, until later years, when she had a special relationship with Vionnet, she excelled at simplicity and structure. From 1870 her establishment was situated at 22 Rue de la Paix. She was particularly influential in the 1910s and 1920s.

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from an 1895 to 1900 velvet beaded cape - Courtesy of rue_de_la_paix
from an 1895 to 1900 velvet beaded cape
Courtesy of rue_de_la_paix
from a late 1920s/early 1930s cloche  - Courtesy of vintagebaubbles
from a late 1920s/early 1930s cloche
Courtesy of vintagebaubbles
from a 1930s hat - Courtesy of rue de la paix
from a 1930s hat
Courtesy of rue de la paix

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