Créations de Couturiers Brandt, Drecoll-Beer, Paris 1929.

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Model of “Mon Fard”, “Lunatique” by Couturiers Brandt, Drecoll-Beer

Créations de Couturiers Brandt, Drecoll-Beer (Gustave Beer). Les créations parisiennes, Paris 1929.

Left: Model of  “Mon Fard ” by couturier Brandt.

Cette jolie robe portée par “Miss Europe” est en voile de laine rouge. La basque est perlée ton sur ton. (This beautiful dress worn by “Miss Europe” veil of red wool. The basque is beaded tones.)

Right: Model of “Lunatique” by couturier Drecoll-Beer.

Ravissante robe de mousseline imprimée garnie de panneaux détachés d’inégale longueur. (Lovely printed chiffon dress topped with loose panels of unequal length.)

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

Note:  The garden Yrgill. Park design by Herrmann Rothe.
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