Models “High Class”. Les “Chapeaux du Très Parisien” Paris, 1921.

High Class, Chapeaux, Parisien, art deco, fashion, mode,

Models “High Class”, Paris, 1921.

Sur ce breton Je velours, de gui gouaché et sur ce postillon de panne un oiseau de héron blanc.

Source: Les “Chapeaux du Très Parisien” Paris, 1921. Direction artistique: G.P. Joumard.


Note:  Paul Poiret. Elégante robe Rêve d'Or. Petit manteau Monavana.

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