On the racetrack. Race toilet by Günther.

Race toilet. STYL, Art Déco Fashion Magazine. German Art deco costumes 1920s. Roaring twenties fashion. Gibson Girls clothing.

On the racetrack. Race toilet by Günther.

On the racetrack. Race toilet by Günther.

Drawing from Kaiser. Styl, table 3, April-May 1922.

Gallery: STYL – 1920s German Art Déco Fashion Magazine by Ludwig Sternaux. Published in Berlin by Erich Reiss & Otto v. Holten in 1922 to 1924.

Note:  Dark brown small four point hat. Autumn hat fashion 1915.

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