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At a sewing machine, Lord Klot, 53, was sewing together 100-yard spools of crinoline and satin ribbon, a process known as rowing.
There were crinoline explosions and Panama teardrops, tiny little fascinators and huge brimmed sunbonnets.
By the mid-1860s, the museum writes, the crinoline had already begun to be replaced by the bustle.
At dinner women in crinolines and powdered wigs play Baroque string instruments, a harpsichord, and a harp under the gleaming chinoiserie.
Working girls don't have the time or inclination for a mussed bouffant or a crinoline like the runways showed.
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