Check out these images from a new photo exhibit that captures trios of women posing for snapshots through the ages.
“By the ’20s, vacationing had become middle class, so we start seeing bathing suits," says the curator of “The Three Graces,” Michal Raz-Russo.
"In the ’30s and ’40s, many of the women mimic, consciously or not, shots of famous trios like the Andrews Sisters," says Raz-Russo.
"In the early 1900s, it was a popular pastime to dress in costume,” says Raz-Russo.
For more information on The Three Graces exhibit, visit the Art Institute of Chicago.
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