Hairstyles and Fashion: A Hairdresser's History of Paris, 1910-1920

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Index
Academie des Coiffeurs de France 118, 181
Alaska 107
Alexandre (de Paris) 6
Amercian Army 146
‘Amoureuse’ (a play) 175
Bouridan, U25
Antoine ‘de Paris’ (Antek Cierplikowski) biography 6 ‘Bulgarian’ colors 17 celebrity 6–7 on long hair 14 as ‘modernist’11, 195 postiches 15 salon 96 shampoo 18–19, 20 short hair 25 waving 22
Argentina 107
Armistice (1918) 8, 15
Auteuil race course 6, 16, 57, 58, 173
automobiles 1, 8
Baraud, Monsieur (hairdresser) 195
barbers (coiffeurs pour homes)13–14, 149, 174 wages 21 population 27, 91
Barth (hairdressirg professor) 20
Belle Epoque 3, 7, 13, 14, 17, 22, 27, 33, 34
Bertin, Rose 154–5
bicycles 2
Bois de Boulogne 49
Bolshevism 171
Book of Perfumes99
books 1
boucles arglaises (curls) 65
Boudou, Gaston 23, 186
Brague, Georges 7
Brittany 38, 117
brodeurs d'art (embroiderers) 54, 66, 93
Brussels 195
cafes 1
Calou, House of 15
Caloun, Monsieur (hairdresser) 194
Cannes 6
CapJJartiste5, 43, 70
capitalism 5
Carnival 96
Castellane, Comtesse de 21
Castle, Irene 25
Chagall, Marc 7
Champs Ely sees 49
Chanel, Gabrielle (‘Coco’) 25, 31
Chateau de Versailles 85
Chat Noir 7
Chauvigny 20
Chevalier, Maurice 7
Chez Mazy (posticheur) 16
chignons 8, 11, 13, 34, 43, 44, 52, 55, 77, 83, 114, 194 cogue chignon 169, 194 low chignon 61, 63, 177, 186, 192 high chignon 177
cinema 8, 172 history of 2
Cleopatra 85, 185
‘cleopatre’ (play) 95
clothings, 4, 64 Chinese fashions 183 couture4 cost 13 democratization of 141 harem skirt 56 postwar 32 in the French Revolution 172

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  • Title Page *
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  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Introduction 1
  • 1 - 1910 35
  • 2 - 1911 54
  • 3 - 1912 67
  • 4 - 1913 81
  • 5 - 1914 95
  • 6 - 1915 109
  • 7 - 1916 118
  • 8 - 1917 133
  • 9 - 1918 148
  • 10 - 1919 163
  • 11 - 1920 180
  • Index 197
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