Actress Maria Corda (Mária Antónia Farkas) in glamour art deco costume, 1925. Maria Conrad, 1898-1976, in a dark red velvet cape with wide Swan trimming. Mary Conrad was a Hungarian silent film star in… Read More
Kathe Mertens Hamburg. Design for print fabric 1910.
German women fashion 1913. Blouse in lace netting with attached lap.
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German fashion 1913. Knitted sports jacket with hood scarf.
Winter sports costume by Emil Jacoby and evening shoes by Wichert. Back from the sledding. Drawing by Viktor Arnaut. Styl, table 2, Issue 5/6.
The green veil. Coat of V. Mannheimer. Drawing of Offterdinger. Style, table 4, Issue 5/6.
Lo and Chérie. Evening Dresses by Herrmann Gerson. Drawing by Erna Schmidt – Caroll. Styl, table 3, Issue 5/6.
The young Fritz in Rheinsberg. Frederick II of Prussia. Drawing by Erich M. Simon. Styl, table 8, Issue 5/6.
Illigei. Stone etching by Georg G. Kolbe to the novel by A.R. Meyer. Fritz Gurlitt Verlag, Berlin. Styl, table 9, Issue 5/6.
By the sea. Beach costumes by Gerard Bresser. Drawing Kretschmann. Styl, table 2, Issue 5, 1922.