Bicorn hat of dark green velvet with cocks neck feather decoration. Association for the Promotion of German Hat fashion Berlin 1915.
On the stairs. Evening dresses by Viennese fashion house Max Becker. Drawing by Schmidt-Caroll. Styl, table 11, Issue 5, 1922.
The award-winning and his mistress. Coat dress by Herrmann Gerson. Drawing by R. L. Leonard. Styl, table 12, Issue 5, 1922.
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The girlfriends. Evening Dresses by Kuehnen. Drawing of Offterdinger. Styl, table 13, Issue 5, 1922.
Moonlight Sonata. Style dress from the Vienna model house Max Becker. Drawing of Offterdinger. Styl, table 1, Book VII, 1922.
For the table. Flowers to an etching of Tannenberg. STYL, Table 2, Book VII, 1922.
Diplomatic tea. Men’s suits by Fasskessel und Müntmann. Drawing of Kreuscher. Styl, table 3, Book VII, 1922.
Still life. From the house of Friedmann & Weber. Drawing by Plehn. Style, table 4, Book VII, 1922.
Dolls for the showcase by Lotte Pritzel (Published 1914) Read more: Lotte Pritzel called the “The Cougar”. Dolls for the showcase.
The lady with the veil. Hat by Martha Loewenthal. Drawing by Leonard. Styl, table 5, Issue VII, 1922.