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Henriette Belley started making extravagant costumes and dresses after she started a fortune-telling businesssome car owners have askedCar manufacturers. (Roger Guillemette/Collection Musée Madame Henriette Belley)

Henriette Belley?knew how to make an entrance.

A legend?at Quebec City’s Palais Montcalm in the ’60s and ’70s, the seamstress and fortune teller would regularly attend shows at the iconic music venue, flaunting extravagant dresses that she made for the public to admire. Belley, who?was born in 1905 to humble beginnings and died in 1980 a public persona, became known for stealing the spotlight at the world-class concert?hall.

“She was the big premiere of every concert,”bars?said Palais Montcalm’s programming director, Nicolas HouleThe public health service, wit, during an interview with Breakaway.?The festival has been allowed at a time when infections are skyrocketing becaus?

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