Vintage clothes/ 1920's&30's
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Les modes (Paris), March 1921. Robe de style, by Jeanne Lanvin.
Les modes (Paris)
A printed and beaded ivory chiffon dress, circa 1914, the floral printed highlighted with beads, with black satin belt to raised waistline; together with a pale peach tulle and organza sequined gown, labelled 'Salomon Davidsen, Copenhagen', c.1914
1924 Evening dress designed by Callot Soeurs and produced by Thurn. Light coral sleeveless silk crepe. Inner slip of light pink silk charmeuse covered with net straps. Slip covered with attached outer slip. Bodice is 2 crepe rectangles, tacked and gathered at shoulder, with end draping down, giving appearance of sleeves. Skirt also made in front & back panels, with crepe flounces trimmed in rhinestones. Rhinestone buckle at left waist. Via Henry Ford Costume Collection, Wayne State Univ.