Garden dress by Eugene Mossner. Drawing by Gavrilov.

STYL, Gartenkleid,  Eugen Mossner, Berliner Modehaus, 1920er,
Garden dress by Eugene Mossner 1922.

The raging stairs. Garden dress by Eugene Mossner.

Drawing by Gavrilov. Styl, table 8, April-May 1922. Berlin Fashion House Eugen Mossner.

Die rasende Treppe. Gartenkleid von Eugen Mossner. Zeichnung von Gavrilow. Styl, Tafel 8, April-Mai 1922. Berliner Modehaus Eugen Mossner.

Quelle: STYL – Blätter für Mode und die angenehmen Dinge des Lebens von Ludwig Sternaux. Publiziert in Berlin von Erich Reiss & Otto v. Holten in 1922 & 1923.

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Note:  Grace Moderne. Les Chapeaux du Très Parisien 1922.

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