This corset is a vivid reminder of the painting, “Nana,” by Edouard Manet (1832–1883). The center-front busk and bones mold the curve from the waist to the abdomen, while neatly arranging the lower abdomen, as well. Women used corsets in an effort to get closer to an ideal physical form of the time; until the beginning of the 20th century, their waists were tightened by the corset. With the development of modern technology, people applied their creative originality and corsets by new devices that were created. In particular, the invention of the eyelet in 1828 which allowed great improvements in the tightening of the waist on a corset.