Model of “Blue Haven” by Philippe et Gaston, Paris 1929

Créations de Philippe et Gaston. Art deco costumes. Flapper fashion Model of Blue Haven. French 1920s clothing.

Model of “Blue Haven”. Créations de Philippe et Gaston.

Model of “Blue Haven”. Créations de Couturier Philippe et Gaston, Paris 1929.

Les créations parisiennes, Paris 1929.

Ce manteau de lainage garni de découpes se porte avec une robe de crêpe satin du même ton. (This wool coat trimmed door cutouts with satin crepe dress in the same tone.)

‪Philippe et Gaston (1932)‬

Gallery: Les créations parisiennes. La mode est un art.
Editors: Maggy Rouff and Germaine Lecomte.
Published: Paris 1929.
Note:  Creation Jeanne Blanchot, “Simplicité Mondaine”. Paris, 1921.

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