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~Velvet bias cut hooded evening gown, 1930s~

"In 1938 a woman reveals how she manages to look so sleek in a long, bias-cut dress. Her all-in-one stretch corselet was designed to hold in the hips and waist, and would have been made out of elasticised cotton-satin. Flesh-coloured silk stockings were fastened to suspenders, and corselets often had low backs that could work with evening styles."

Man Ray - Remy Duval, 1930, beautiful

1930s deshabillé of silk panne velvet and Alecon lace.

Schiaparelli, matching blouse, gloves & flowerpot purse, 1937.

Model in Madeleine Vionnet’s crinoline of black net with bands of chenile and diamond bracelets from Tiffany’s, photo by Hoyningen-Huene, Harper’s Bazaar, May 1936.

Frida on White Bench, New York (1939) by Nickolas Muray.