Model “ Caprice de la Mode ”. Art Deco fashion 1921.

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“CAPRICE DE LA MODE”

Model “ Caprice de la Mode ” 1921.

En velours violet épiscopal cette grande forme de style avec quatre couteaux “flemme” gris sphinx.

Source: Les “Chapeaux du Très Parisien” Paris, 1921. Direction artistique: G.P. Joumard. 

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