During Queen Victoria's reign, woman's fashions evolved rapidly, moving from the romantic silhouette to the wide dress on crinoline, then to the bustle, to the voluminous leg-sleeves and finally to the softer line of the early 20th century. Woman’s silhouette is transformed by many underpinnings that model the body according to the aestheticand social criteria of the time. On the other hand, the elegance of the victorian man is more sober but also codified. The diversity of styles in addition to the wealth of this wardrobe suited to a bourgeois lifestyle: undressed, day gowns, afternoon, visit dress, sports outfits, reception gown, balldress...This wide range of toilets is also the opportunity to observe the influence and the contributions of England on the 19th century fashion. Paris remains the centre of creation, but London also sees the birth of great couturiers, as well as outfits and particular styles.This exhibition presents the richness and variety of a wardrobe of a bourgeois family, through 30 outfits (men, women and children) and vintage accessories. It can also be treated with reconstituted costumes.