Chapeaux el de Georgette Suzanne Talbot 1916.

Art Deco hats fashion by Suzanne Talbot. Parisian 1920s, 1930s and 40s costumes. Models de GEORGETTE

French hats fashion by Suzanne Talbot 1916.

French hats fashion by Suzanne Talbot. Paris 1916.

CHAPEAUX. Models de GEORGETTE el de Suzanne Talbot. LE STYLE PARISIEN, 1916.
Haute couture hats fashion, Paris. French art deco period.

Gallery: Chapeaux du Très Parisien. Paris hat fashion spring 1922.

Note:  Two new hats, January 1922, by Regina Friedländer.

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