There was the small, cropped model, which followed the Empire period line, which was often fastened with two bows beneath the bust, and another on one shoulder and grew wider on the other side, or which knotted behind into a butterfly effect.
Others were double collared or built with multi-tiered rows of natural fur. Collars were wide and often swelled into shawls. They were square, flat, stole-shaped or molded in the form of high-knotted scarves with lines that followed those of the dressmaker.
This rectangle of fur, which constitutes a luxury embrace, was subject to a thousand variations.
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