A woman’s head
From the original drawing by Edwin Howland Blashfield
Young Lady Writing
We are in the midst of the gay season, but its modes, until disturbed by the approach of spring, were fixed before the holidays, and for the most part have already been reported. The Paris journals, we may remark, however, dwell much on the unusual ascendency of black, in furs, velvets, cloths, and other heavy stuffs, for walking and carriage dresses, and on the greater demand than in recent winters for every species of embroidery.
Old lady with beard
Woman in hat
Lady sitting in a carriage with an umbrella smoking a cigarette