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.

The green veil. Coat of V. Mannheimer.

Coat of V. Mannheimer. STYL, Art Déco Fashion Magazine. German Art deco costumes 1920s. Roaring twenties fashion. Gibson Girls clothing.

Coat by V. Mannheimer.

The green veil. Coat of V. Mannheimer.

Drawing of Offterdinger. Style, table 4, Issue 5/6.

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Lo and Chérie. Evening Dresses by Herrmann Gerson.

STYL, Art Déco, Fashion Magazine, Art deco costumes, 1920s. Roaring twenties fashion. Gibson Girls clothing.

Evening Dresses by Herrmann Gerson.

Lo and Chérie. Evening Dresses by Herrmann Gerson.

Drawing by Erna Schmidt – Caroll. Styl, table 3, Issue 5/6.

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Illigei. Stone etching by Georg G. Kolbe to the novel by A.R. Meyer.

Illigei. Stone etching by Georg G. Kolbe. Art deco.

Illigei. Stone etching by Georg G. Kolbe

Illigei. Stone etching by Georg G. Kolbe to the novel by A.R. Meyer.

Fritz Gurlitt Verlag, Berlin. Styl, table 9, Issue 5/6.

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By the sea. Beach costumes by Gerard Bresser.

Beach costumes. STYL, Art Déco Fashion Magazine. German Art deco costumes 1920s. Roaring twenties fashion. Gibson Girls clothing.

Beach costumes by Gerard Bresser.

By the sea. Beach costumes by Gerard Bresser.

Drawing Kretschmann. Styl, table 2, Issue 5, 1922.

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At the fountain. Matelassé costume by Johanna Marbach.

Matelassé costume by Johanna Marbach. STYL, Art Déco Fashion Magazine. German Art deco costumes 1920s. Roaring twenties fashion. Gibson Girls clothing.

Matelassé costume by Johanna Marbach.

At the fountain. Matelassé costume by Johanna Marbach.

Drawing by Ludwig Kainer. Styl, table 4, Issue 5, 1922.

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Grace of the animals. After a woodcut by Hokusai.

Art deco woodcut after Hokusai. STYL, Art Déco Fashion Magazine.

Grace of the animals. After a woodcut by Hokusai.

Grace of the animals. After a woodcut by Hokusai.

Styl, table 7, Issue 5, 1922.

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Parisian Square Berlin. High summer dress by Hammer.

High summer dress. STYL, Art Déco Fashion Magazine. German Art deco costumes 1920s. Roaring twenties fashion. Gibson Girls clothing.

High summer dress by Hammer.

Pariser Platz. High summer dress by Hammer.

Drawing by Rene Hubert. Style, table 8, Issue 5, 1922.

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Glamour costume design by George Barbier 1925

Costume design, couturier George Barbier, Follis Bergère. 1920s glamour fashion. Art deco dress.

Costume design by George Barbier

Art deco fashion by George Barbier.

Costume design by George Barbier for the cabaret music hall Follis Bergère, Paris 1925

Berlin fashion 1925. Art deco jewelry.

Flapper girl. Art deco fashion. Jewelry 1920s. bubi head hairstyle

Jewelry 1925

Berlin fashion 1925. Art deco jewelry.

Flapper fashion. Girl with bubi head hairstyle.

Hat fashion Berlin in the year 1915

 

Art deco hat fashion Berlin 1915. 1920s period. Roaring twenties. Photographer Karl Schwenker

Hat fashion Berlin 1915

Hat fashion Berlin in the year 1915. Photography by Karl Schenker.

 

Sleeping and dressing room of a lady. Interior design 1916.

Sleeping and dressing room. Vienna Workshop. Josef Hoffmann. Austrian architect and designer. Vienna Secession.

Sleeping and dressing room of a lady 1916.

Sleeping and dressing room of a lady 1916. Designed by Professor Josef Hoffmann, Vienna. Vienna Workshop.

Josef Franz Maria Hoffmann (1870-1956) Austrian architect and designer. Together with Joseph Maria Olbrich, he founded the Vienna Secession in 1897. Founding member and one of the main representatives of the Wiener Werkstätte in 1903. In 1907, Hoffmann was co-founder of the German and Austrian Werkbund.