Costume Model of “Tristesse” by Couturier Nanteuil.

Couturier Nanteuil. Art deco costumes. Flapper fashion Model Tristesse. French 1920s clothing.

Model “Tristesse”

Model of “Tristesse”. Créations de Couturier Nanteuil.

Les créations parisiennes, Paris 1929.

Un petit boléro amovible, en dentelle, se porte sur une robe de mousseline et dentelli (Atelier des Lefaurichon). (A small removable bolero, lace is worn on a muslin dress and dentelli)

Les créations parisiennes. La mode est un art”.
Editors: Maggy Rouff and Germaine Lecomte.
Published: Paris 1929.
Note:  Créations de Couturiers Brandt, Drecoll-Beer, Paris 1929.

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