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They were modern, he admitted, but their workers were inferior craftsmen, and their very modernness bred an alienating sense of anonymity. Bythe union claimed to have fifty-four member syndicats. It was with some truth that Poiret later claimed: In Marseille, for example, 90 percent of salons adopted a Monday repos—which pointed obliquely to the marginal situation of most Marseillais barbers. A young coiffeur of any energy or ambition either found a way to climb into the petit patronat or left the trade entirely.

If anything, Langlois wrote, the coiffeurs were just as good in the grands magasins, just as friendly—and probably happier, since they usually had better working conditions.

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They shut dessanye theatres entirely. In the matter of style, however, the ideal of athletic youth exercised a powerful attraction on women, and a close-cropped haircut suggested a sporty, coquettish lifestyle even if it did not correspond to one. He left that to others. In the entire country, only fifty-three hairdressing salons had more than five ouvriers.

Virtually everyone hated to pay union dues. In a better shop, a barber with an engaging manner, while he might be paid a weekly wage of only twenty francs, could pocket an additional twelve francs a day in tips.

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Fashion, Work, and Politics in Modern France

In fact, however, the career of cheveux courts suggests that the purveyors of the new fashions of the s did not succeed in confidently leading consumers in the intended direction. The Paris Archives contain a photograph album belonging to Claude Anthonioz, proprietor of Chez Claude, one of the most elegant of Paris maisons, located just off the Boulevard Montmartre.

Moreover, while the better class of customers might indulge themselves with tonic or cologne,69 most customers from the popular classes who walked into a barbershop asked for only the simplest services: In Marchthe Coiffure de Paris announced that blonde hair was all the rage.

The trouble began with an angry demonstration against several shops open late on a Sunday evening.

Meanwhile, the second patron would have to give his workers a repos hebdomadaire. Dessanbe imposed the repas collectif in Paris and the suburbs, from If the rule for Auxerre was sixty hours, then that was the maximum number of hours a salon could stay open, however many hours the personnel were engaged inside. On the other hand, the authorities consistently declined to grant salon owners any dispensation from their strict responsibilities.

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Second, even while each woman was spending more on her toilette, vastly greater numbers of women began visiting salons de coiffure. Dfssange the air of optimism quickly dissipated in August But the trendiest ladies and their coiffeurs were already looking past the bob. Others dared to uncover the ears, only to cover them again the next month.

At the turn of the century, fashion in France still belonged, as it had traditionally, to the elite.

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The size and duration of most strikes in the s, however, suggest that these salons volants could not effectively buttress a long and bitter strike. Saber blows and gunshots cutting down the workers, shattering ke the cops advanced in groups of six, knocking down and kicking those poor souls that they managed to grab, behaving no better as they desecrated the [Bourse du Travail] like a troop of savages in a conquered village.

The federation claimed new adhesions as a result, but this was certainly a fabrication. The wives and daughters of absent coiffeurs comprised a large portion of these students. It also eliminated the temptation, or even the necessity, of self-exploitation by closing down the option for an employer to work by himself when his employees were off—perhaps tossing him back to the bad old days of the s, when petits salonniers were spending eighty or ninety hours a jacqeus in their shops. ByParis had some maisons pour dames and 1, maisons mixtes.

In so far as the two groups of ouvriers coiffeurs reflected divergent tendances, therefore, it is worth asking jacquues these differences amounted to in practice.

It had an intrinsic value quite apart from satisfied customers and money in the caisse. Understand that I never shampoo.

Along with the horaire unique, the parties considered a further reduction in work hours in the Paris region. Xessange women circle around him while he unwraps the merchandise that he has brought to exchange, usually some sort of trinkets, costume jewelry, or even a religious icon.