Tag Archives: Art Deco Fashion

Art déco fashion. The Time between c. 1910 and 1940. – it was, in the midst of the general new departures of classical modernism, a design connection between elegance and form, precious materials, strength of color and sensuality of the subject. The ideas and suggestions received the Art Deco from all directions of development of modernity that were bundled in Paris like nowhere else.
Keywords: The fashion of the Jazz Age. Androgyny, Luxury, The Flapper, The Charleston girls. French Designers like Paul Poiret, Coco Chanel, Elsa Schiaparelli, Jean Patou. Tubular silhouette, The Cloche hat.

Art deco Hats. Models by Maria Guy.

Hat Modèles de Maria Guy. Le style parisien. Art deco fashion magazine. French parisiennes collection haute couture

Chapeaux. Modèles de Maria Guy.

Art deco Hats. Models by Maria Guy.

Chapeaux. Modèles de Maria Guy 1915.

  • Fig.166. Maria-Guy. Hat in black panne trimmed with a grey ostrich feather.
  • Fig.167. Maria-Guy. Toque trapped with ” bleu de roi ” velvet.
  • Fig.168. Maria-Guy. Hat in black panne. Effect produced by the pleated pane kept in with a band of sable, and a cloud of tulle fixed by a ” cabochon ” of burn topaze.
  • Fig.169. Maria-Guy. Hat of pane and black tulle.
  • Fig.170. Maria-Guy. Toque in claret-colored velvet and sables.

Gallery: Le style parisien. Plate II. Supplément du ” Style Parisian ” No 3. Le Directeur – Gérant: Lucien Vogel.

Designs for jacket dresses.

Designs. jacket dresses. Mrs. Irma Firle costumes, Munich 1917. German Modernist fashion.

Mrs. Irma Firle costumes, Munich 1917

Designs for jacket dresses

By Mrs. Irma Firle Munich 1917.



Création Chanel. Dress worn by Princess Dimitri.
Création Chanel 1932 Robe d'apres-midi-soir en velours de coton noir, gris blanc. Portée pa... Read more
1932 • 20th Century • 30s • Art Deco Period • France • Nobility
Art Deco Fashion • Flapper • Haute Couture Costumes
Drawing by Tannenberg.
Rendezvous of the fur-bearing animals. Drawing by Tannenberg. Styl, Plate 15, Issue VIII / IX, 19... Read more
1922 • 20s • 20th Century • Art Deco Period • Germany
Art Deco Fashion • STYL
Hat fashion by Suzanne Talbot. Le style parisien 1915.
Hat fashion by Suzanne Talbot. Le style parisien 1915. Plate X. Chapeaux Modèles de Suzanne Ta... Read more
10s • 1915 • 20th Century • Art Deco Period • France • Hat • Haute couture • Le Style Parisien
Art Deco Fashion • Lucien Vogel • Suzanne Talbot
Blanche Sweet. American film actress in 1925
Blanche Sweet. American Actress. Silent movie star. Blanche Sweet 1896-1986 was an American film ... Read more
20s • 20th Century • Art Deco Period • Hat
Actress • Portrait
Moonlight Sonata. Style dress from the Vienna model house Max Becker.
Moonlight Sonata. Style dress from the Vienna model house Max Becker. Drawing of Offterdinger. St... Read more
1922 • 20s • 20th Century • Art Deco Period • Germany
Art Deco Fashion • STYL
Queen of Spades. Hat and dress by Gerstel. Art deco fashion 1922.
Queen of Spades. Hat and dress by Johanna Gerstel. Drawing by Steffie Nathan. Styl, table 3, Iss... Read more
1922 • 20s • 20th Century • Art Deco Period • Germany • Hat
The New Model. Sheath dress by Hammer. Art deco fashion 1922.
The New Model. Sheath dress by hammer. Drawing by Schmidt-Caroll. Styl, table 5, Issue 1, 1922. ... Read more
1922 • 20s • 20th Century • Art Deco Period • Germany
Art Deco Fashion • STYL
Goodbye! Street Costume by Gerhard Dresser. Art Deco fashion 1922
Goodbye! Street Costume by Gerhard Dresser. Drawing by A. Offterdinger. Styl, panel 9 April 1922.... Read more
1922 • 20s • 20th Century • Art Deco Period • Germany
Art Deco Fashion • STYL

Actress Fritzi Massary in “Die Teresina”

Actress Fritzi Massary. 1920s fashion. Art deco costume Berlin. Berlin opera. Die Teresina. Oscar Straus.

Actress Fritzi Massary in Die Teresina

Actress Fritzi Massary in “Die Teresina”.*

Fritzi Massary (Friederika Masaryk, 1882-1969) was an Austrian singer and actress. She grew up in Vienna as the oldest of three daughters of a Jewish merchant family and received early singing lessons. Richard Schulz engaged her in August 1904 for the Metropol Theater Berlin**. She soon became the figurehead of this theater. She starred in numerous operettas by Paul Lincke and Victor Hollaender. She was the most famous operetta singer of her time, and the female population was based according to their fashionable taste. When she married actor Max Pallenberg, she converted to Protestantism. The flight from the Nazis in 1932 meant the end of her career. She emigrated in 1939 to her daughter in the United States and settled in Beverly Hills Hollywood where she lived until her death. Her urn is on the Forest Lawn Memorial Cemetery in Glendale.

* The Teresina is an operetta in three acts by Oscar Straus based on a libretto by Rudolph Schanzer and Ernst Welisch. The work was premiered on 11 September 1925 at the German Artists Theater in Berlin.

** The Metropol theater was opened in 1898 by Richard Schultz in the Behringstr. 55-57 (today’s home of the Komische Oper). In the “Golden Twenties”, the Metropolitan has developed into a world-famous operetta stage, which also played new music from the USA with original ensembles. On the program were revues and other works of “light entertainment” with well-known singers such as Lizzi Waldmüller, Richard Tauber and Fritzi Massary. In National Socialism the operation of the Metropol went on as usual, except that Jewish members of the ensemble, as in all German theaters were no longer allowed to occur. In March 1945, bombs destroyed the theater in Behrenstraße down to the auditorium, which was preserved and used since 1947 as the Komische Oper.