Coat of wool. Model of “Chèvrefeuille” by Germaine Lecomte.

Germaine, Lecomte, Art deco, Flapper, fashion,
Model of “Chèvrefeuille”

Créations de Couturier Germaine Lecomte, Paris 1929.

Model of “Chèvrefeuille”.

Quoi de plus élégant que cet ensemble dont la robe en crêpe de Chine imprimé est garnie de tissu uni ? Le manteau est en lainage doublé de tissu imprimé.

(What could be more elegant than this set whose dress is printed crepe de chine trimmed with plain fabric? Wool coat is lined with printed fabric.)

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


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