Fashion Nostalgie by Mag-Helly.

Mag-Helly, Joseph Magnin, fashion history, flapper, 1920s, Nostalgie

Model of “Nostalgie” – “Mascotte”.

Créations de Couturiers Mag-Helly and Joseph Magnin.

Les créations parisiennes Paris 1929.

Left: Model of Nostalgie by couturier Mag-Helly.

Ici le corsage présente un effet de boléro dans le dos. Ce modèle est exécuté en crêpe de Chine imprimé. (Here the bodice presents a bolero effect in the back. This model is executed in printed crepe de Chine.)

Right: Model of Mascotte by couturier J. Magnin.

Les tresses de soie se portent cette année sur beaucoup de robes; ici elles sont employées sur un modèle en crepella beige. (Silk braids are doing this year on many dresses, here they are used on a model crepella beige.)

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

Fin de siècle era, Art Nouveau, Art deco, Flapper, Gibson girls, Roaring Twenties.

Note:  Two Sisters - Evening Dresses January 1922. Art deco costumes.

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