Hat of Camille Roger. Gazette du bon ton, 1922.

Camille Roger, Hat, Art-deco, fashion, Gazette du bon ton
The Young Locarian. Hat of Camille Roger.

The Young Locarian. Hat of Camille Roger.

Straw hat with horsehair ribbons. Locrian, resident of Locride (ancient Greece).

La Jeune Locrienne. Chapeau de Camille Roger.
No 2 de la Gazette du Bon Ton. Anée 1922.

Source: Gazette du bon ton: arts, modes & frivolités by Lucien Vogel. Paris, France 1922.

Note:  Tea gown of V. Mannheimer. Art deco fashion 1922.

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