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It was common the the Georgian Period, or the late 1700s, for fashionable people to hold meetings and see friends while getting ready in the morning. This was inspired by the French king Louis XIV, the Sun King, who made every aspect of his day a social ritual waited upon by dozens of courtiers.

[Lady Fastening Her Garter (also known as La Toilette), François Boucher, 1742]

It was common the the Georgian Period, or the late 1700s, for fashionable people to hold meetings and see friends while getting ready in the morning. This was inspired by the French king Louis XIV, the Sun King, who made every aspect of his day a social ritual waited upon by dozens of courtiers.

[Lady Fastening Her Garter (also known as La Toilette), François Boucher, 1742]

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