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Caroline Reboux | Hat | American | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Hat Caroline Reboux (French, active 1870–1956) Designer: Caroline Reboux (French, 1835–1927) Date: 1870–80 Culture: American Medium: silk Dimensions: [no dimensions available] Credit Line: Gift of Miss M. M. Mourraille, 1938 Accession Number: C.I.38.47.5
Caroline Reboux | Toque | French | The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Straw and silk toque, by Caroline Reboux, French, ca. 1913. While the hat retains the heavy feeling and rich texture of its precedents, the shape is strictly controlled and the trim disciplined, features which can been seen to respond to the desire for more practical apparel and a cleaner, more modern look.
~Woman's Cap Reboux (house of), Caroline (France, 1900-1956) Lucienne Rebaté (France, active circa 1920-1956) France, late 1930s Costumes; Accessories Maline, metallic thread, silk net Diameter: 10 in. (25.4 cm); Height: 8 3/4 in. (22.22 cm) Gift of Doris Jones Stein (M.85.17.27) Costume and Textiles~
The History of the Flapper, Part 4: Emboldened by the Bob
Women wearing cloches in smoking car, 1920s. Accessories were designed to complement the bob. The still-popular bobby pin got its name from holding the hairstyle in place. The headband, usually worn over the forehead, added a decorative flourish to the blunt cut. And the cloche, invented by milliner Caroline Reboux in 1908, gained popularity because the close-fitting hat looked so becoming with the style, especially the Eton crop.