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    Lace collar - Fashion

    The term "lady collar" refers to a type of shirt or blouse collar that was particularly popular during the history of fashion in Europe, mainly in the 19th and early 20th centuries.

    Col Claudine: Col Claudine is perhaps the most emblematic example of the lady’s collar. It is characterized by a flat and round collar that rests near the neck and is often adorned with lace, embroidery or small ruffles. It takes its name from the character of Claudine in Colette’s novels, who frequently wore this style of collar.

    Peter Pan Collar: The Peter Pan Collar is similar to the

    ... Claudine Collar, but has slightly rounded edges instead of being completely flat. It gives a soft and youthful appearance.

    Lavaliere collar: This type of collar is longer and wider than the Claudine collar, and it can be knotted into an elegant bow at the front of the neck. It was popular in the Victorian era and continued in fashion in the early 20th century.

    Ruffle Collar: Lady ruffle collars feature multiple rows of lace or lightweight fabric ruffles, creating a romantic and sophisticated appearance.

    Jabot collar: The jabot collar is a more elaborate style with a pleated fabric panel that descends to the center of the chest. It was often used for evening dresses and ceremonial clothing.

    As for European clothing manufacturers, many European fashion designers and fashion houses have helped popularize and create varied versions of lady collars over the decades. Some of the iconic fashion houses include Chanel, Dior, Givenchy, Yves Saint Laurent, and many more.

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