Créations de Couturiers Nanteuil, Bernard et Cie, Paris 1929

Nanteuil, Bernard et Cie, fashion history, flapper, 1920s
Model of “Venenosa”, “Nuit blanche” by Couturiers Nanteuil & Bernard et Cie.

Créations de Couturiers Nanteuil and Bernard et Cie. Les créations parisiennes, Paris 1929.

Left: Model of “Venenosa” by couturier Nanteuil.

La dentelle,en vogue cette saison, est utilisée dans ce modèle de robe du soir (dentelle Lefaurichon).

Right: Model of “Nuit blanche” by couturier Bernard et Cie.

Le ruban qui fait de si jolies garnitures est employé en nɶud sur cette robe de mousseline perlée. 

Source: Les créations parisiennes. La mode est un art. Editors: Maggy Rouff and Germaine Lecomte. Published: Paris 1929.

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