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July 14, 2015


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Nadine Stewart

Vivier came to New York during world War II. He could not make shoes due to wartime restrictions on leather, so he became a milliner, a trade he learned in at year from another expatriate Mlle Remy. They opened a shop on the Upper East Side called Roger et Susanne. He traced his love of ornamentation to his millinery training.

Becky Delson

These are beautiful, but oh how my feet hurt just looking at the picture!

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