Chic manteau de velours noir by Germaine Lecomte.

Germaine, Lecomte, Flapper, fashion, Art-deco, costumes,
Costumes by Germaine Lecomte. September 1929

Chic manteau de velours noir by Germaine Lecomte.

Gauche: Chic manteau de velours noir garni de renard noir et blanc. Droit: Tailleur fantaisie en velours bleu brodé argent (tissu Lefaurichon).

Left: Chic black velvet coat trimmed with black and white fox. Right: Fancy suit in blue velvet with silver embroidery (Lefaurichon fabric).

Source: Les Creations Parisiennes. La mode est un art. Editors: Maggy Rouff and Germaine Lecomte. Paris, Éditions Bell, 1929.


Note:  Winter garden. Model by Friedmann & Weber.

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