Mrs. St. Nathan skirt fashion, Berlin 1917

skirt fashion. Berlin fashion 1917. Designer Nathan fashion 1920s. German Modernist costumes.

Mrs. St. Nathan, Berlin fashion 1917

Mrs. St. Nathan skirt fashion, Berlin 1917.

Mrs. St. Nathan Berlin. White skirt, green silk waistline and collar with red pattern.



Note:  Models "High Class". Les “Chapeaux du Très Parisien” Paris, 1921.

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