fashionable society

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In the ladies' apartment, too, I rejoiced to distinguish some of those flowers of fashionable society who are so well fitted to adorn the most elevated circles of the Celestial City.
Fashionable society of that day hardly knew the name of the victim who passed by at the corner of the street, and it was the populace at the most who regaled themselves with this coarse fare.
Too proud to supplicate or seek explanation, he threw himself at once into a whirl of fashionable society, and in a fortnight from the time of the fatal letter was the accepted lover of the reigning belle of the season; and as soon as arrangements could be made, he became the husband of a fine figure, a pair of bright dark eyes, and a hundred thousand dollars; and, of course, everybody thought him a happy fellow.
Soon all fashionable society was drinking tea and eating small sandwiches and cakes in the middle or late afternoon.
During training, their talents to sing and play blues on the piano and to dance ragtime make them the darlings of England's fashionable society.
The museum also has a huge variety of Georgian clothing worn by the fashionable society of that time.
He has married Pericourt's sister and joined fashionable society.
14) Musical clocks by Christopher Pinchbeck the elder (1670-1732) were sought after by fashionable society.
Decorative wall tiles did not come into general use until the late 1860s and through the 1870s, when fashionable society was gripped by the Aesthetic Movement.
Fashionable Beverages will demonstrate how new fangled drinks such as tea, coffee and chocolate grew in popularity amongst 18th century fashionable society, as new trade routes exposed western culture to new foods and customs.
3 Heirloom Silver Scour every nook and cranny at Designing Women, and you may spy a vintage treasure like this mid-century woven silver box ($150) by the era's designer to fashionable society, Hilde Walborg.
There she meets nobleman Etienne Balsan (Sagamore Stevenin) who whisks her away to his country estate where she feels inspired by the beauty that surrounds her but also stifled by the strictures of fashionable society.