Créations de Joseph Magnin and Rolande.

Couturiers J.Magnin and Rolande. Art deco costumes. Flapper fashion Model of Narcisse and Léonard. French 1920s clothing.

Model of “Narcisse” – “Léonard”. Créations J.Magnin and Rolande.

Créations de Couturiers Joseph Magnin and Rolande.

Les créations parisiennes, Paris 1929.

Left: Model of  “Narcisse” by Joseph Magnin

Pour le thè voici un modèle charmant exécuté en georgette blanc agrémenté de tresses de soie marine. (For thè here is a charming model executed in white georgette embellished navy silk braids.)

Right: Model of Léonard by Rolande

Voici un manteau de crêpe de Chine uni se portant sur une robe de même tissu imprimé (Soieries Buche, Maison des Canuts, Croix-Rousse, Lyon*). (Here is a coat of plain crepe de chine dress is on the same printed fabric)

Literature Soieries Buche, Maison des Canuts, Croix-Rousse, Lyon:

* René Dejean: Traboules de Lyon, histoire secrète d’une ville. édition des Traboules, 2000
* Gérald Gambier: Cours et traboules de Lyon, éditions La Taillanderie, 2005
* Cours & Traboules de Lyon, Editions La Taillanderie, ISBN-10: 2876292610
* Le vieux lyon et ses traboules, Editions ELAH, 2002, ISBN-10: 2841470830
* On the Present Development of Power-Loom. Weaving of Silk Fabrics at Lyons (Englisch). Editions Obscure Press 2010. ISBN-10: 1408695170

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

Related:
Fin de siècle era, Art Nouveau, Art deco, Flapper, Gibson girls, Roaring Twenties.




Note:  Costume Model of “Tristesse” by Couturier Nanteuil.

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