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New Regency Fashion and Accessories Updated Frequently

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Featured in Candice's Regency World

Evening Full Dress, December 1808

"Petticoats with short trains of white, or coloured crape, net, or leno, worn over white satin, bordered at the feet in a raised silver Vandyke. Andalusian vest, or bodice of white, or coloured velvet, or of silver tissue...

Astley’s Amphitheatre

Philip Astley, a former regimental rough rider and riding instructor, opened his famous equestrian exhibition theatre in 1781. Its original name was Amphitheatre Riding House, then was changed to The Royal Grove, and afterwards to the Amphitheatre of Arts. But the name of Astley’s Amphitheatre, given it by the public, proved a more enduring epithet than any other. The amphitheatre mixed circus with theatre, having a circus ring attached to a stage and exploiting the circus tricks that horses could do. Astley’s was renowned...