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Haley Pote18thCentury Annotated CitationFMD 250WI History of Western DressStep 1: The CitationChrisman-Campbell, Kimberly. “Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, and the Anglo-FrenchFashion Exchange.”Dress31, (2004): 1-12.Step 2: The AnnotationDuring Marie Antoinnette’s reign in France, the English monarchy was not so fashion savvy astheir Parisian counterparts. Fashion in England was left up to the English aristocracy ( thoughnothing compared in extravagance to the wild styles coming from Versailles), and therefore, atrendsetter known as Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire. This well-travelled woman too fashionvery seriously, eventually befriending the French queen and closing the gap between French andEnglish fashions. Even with a war raging between the two countries, fashions from francebecame highly sought after, imitated, and replicated by the wealthy classes of England, and laterin years, france went through an ‘anglomania’ phase. Though, no fashionista lives forever at the

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Spring
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Michael Mamp
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Marie Antoinette, Georgiana, Century Annotated Citation

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