Those who became victims of fashion

In the early eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, a kind of cover appeared in women that involved young girls. These clothes were very light because of the fabric they were wearing, and wearing the clothes while wet was the most beautiful of the fabric. Of course, this model of clothing was not suitable for cold regions, but girls preferred to get sick but go ahead with fashion. One of the most famous victims of this fashion was Ekaterin Tofuakin, the wife of Prince Peter's 25-year-old wife, who was wearing this outfit even in cold and cold weather, eventually losing his life to severe pneumonia.