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Wonderful Belle Epoque Evening Dress, c. 1911. By Callot Soeurs, love the combination of textures and fabrics

Wonderful Belle Epoque Evening Dress, c. 1911. By Callot Soeurs, love the combination of textures and fabrics

Evening gown. Moscow, Russia 1913 Belle Epoch

Evening gown. Moscow, Russia 1913 Belle Epoch

Paris, turn of the century

Paris, turn of the century

Leopold Reutlinger- Caroline Otero dite La Belle Otero, pour Le Figaro-Modes, 1901

Leopold Reutlinger- Caroline Otero dite La Belle Otero, pour Le Figaro-Modes, 1901

La Belle Otero

La Belle Otero

Vintage 19th century picture card of Carolina "La Belle" Otero, a woman with the intelligence and force to will to use her beauty as a Spanish Courtesan to make her life what she wished it to be.  Here, not wearing very much at all.

Vintage 19th century picture card of Carolina "La Belle" Otero, a woman with the intelligence and force to will to use her beauty as a Spanish Courtesan to make her life what she wished it to be. Here, not wearing very much at all.

La belle Otero. She made 25,000,000 selling sex and was a famous dancer/courtesan. She lived to a ripe old age and died penniless.

La belle Otero. She made 25,000,000 selling sex and was a famous dancer/courtesan. She lived to a ripe old age and died penniless.

Born in Poland, Marie Curie developed methods for separation of radioactive residues; she refused to patent, which led to medical advancements saving billions of lives. She put prize winnings into war bonds and devoted herself to development of x-radiography during war. Died from leukemia induced by prolonged exposure to radioactivity.

Born in Poland, Marie Curie developed methods for separation of radioactive residues; she refused to patent, which led to medical advancements saving billions of lives. She put prize winnings into war bonds and devoted herself to development of x-radiography during war. Died from leukemia induced by prolonged exposure to radioactivity.

10 December 1903 -  The Nobel Prize in Physics is given to husband and wife collaborators Pierre and Marie Curie for their research on radiation. During their research the Curies discovered two new elements: polonium and radium. Marie Curie was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, and would later go on to win the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1911. #HistSci  © Bettmann/Getty Images

10 December 1903 - The Nobel Prize in Physics is given to husband and wife collaborators Pierre and Marie Curie for their research on radiation. During their research the Curies discovered two new elements: polonium and radium. Marie Curie was the first woman to win a Nobel Prize, and would later go on to win the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1911. #HistSci © Bettmann/Getty Images

Portrait of Marie Curie, and her two daughters, Eve and Irene, in 1908

Portrait of Marie Curie, and her two daughters, Eve and Irene, in 1908