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    David, Prince of Wales - a huge fashion trend-setter in the 20s

    stockings from 20s

    Prince of Wales check sports suit. Jacket by Scholte of London and stalking trousers (modified plus-fours) by Forster & Sons, 1923. Altered in the mid 1930s when a zip was inserted. Came with the removable blue cotton plus-four linings (more below)

    House of Patou ca. 1927

    Robe de Style (1925) - Paul Poiret

    Les Modes (paris) May 1927 Robe de style par Philippe & Gaston

    Uncle Jocko

    Les Modes (Paris) January 1928 "joconde" robe de style de la Maison Agnes

    Uncle Jocko

    Robe de Style, House of Lanvin c.1926 Met Museum

    les-modes: Evening gown by Doucet, photo by Henri Manuel, Les Modes June 1923.

    Vintage 1920's dress

    Les Modes (Paris) May 1929 "Glycine" robe de style par Boué Soeurs


    Mugshots - Imgur

    Edward Steichen, Vogue, 1928

    Dress (Robe de Style) House of Lanvin  1920s

    Milan, 1929

    Tudor and Stuart Royals, a painting at Leeds Castle Henry VII; Henry VIII; Edward VI; Mary I; Elizabeth I; James I; Henry, Prince of Wales; Charles I; Anne of Denmark; Frederick V, King of Bohemia; Elizabeth, Queen of Bohemia

    While still not yet the King of England, David Windsor was regarded in America as the undisputed King of Fashion. The yellow-haired heir to the throne, variously known as the Prince of Wales and later as the Duke of Windsor, visited the United States in 1924 and made front-page news.

    maid 1920's