"The theatre has a gay appearance in these days with row after row of pretty women in light-colored attire and hair artistically arranged with pretty ornaments...With the exception of a bunch of violets, flowers are not worn at the theatre. The vigorous flourishing of fans is to be avoided, and eating bonbons is not good form." - The Etiquette of New York To-day by Mrs. Frank Learned, 1906
The Patti agrees.
Tuesday, June 06, 2006
No Flourishing Fans. No Bonbons.
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