1906 Lady Helen Vincent autochrome by Lionel de Rothschild (Rothschild Archives)

Autochrome, described here, was an early color photography technique. Lionel de Rothschild was a practitioner, better known it seems for breeding rhododendrons then photography.

From pinterest.com/bethbird/people.

Lady Helen's dress has a waist band without a trace of a vee line. She wears a flower bedecked wide brimmed "Merry Widow" hat over what appears to be a bouffant coiffure.

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