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La vie Parisinne

 These covers from La Vie Parisinne are so dreamy.  They take me to another time and place, not to mention inspire me to draw! How can you not fall in love with these beauties?

La Vie Parisinne was a magazine in France popular at the turn-of-the-twentieth century. The magazine was established for the privilaged upper class as a guide on the artistic life in Paris and not only featured many brilliant works from illustrators of the time but evolved into a mildly risque publication (hence the low neckline on the top shirt and the naked mermaid).  I love risque ladies.

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