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1920s Fashion

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1920's Egyptian inspired head piece.

Esperanza Spalding--- is a jazz bassist, cellist and singer, who draws upon many genres in her own compositions.She has won 4 Grammy Awards, including the Grammy Award for Best New Artist at the 53rd Grammy Awards,making her the first jazz artist to win the award

This was the age of prohibition. Prohibition pushed nightlife underground to wild jazz clubs where alcohol and cocaine were the drugs of choice and the party ran all night. This was the backdrop for the emergence of a new type of young girl: flapper girls. Flapper girls were confident, adventurous and wanted to enjoy life. They wore short flashy dresses influenced by Hollywood fashions, had boyish hair cuts, drank alcohol, danced to jazz dance music, smoked cigarettes, drove cars.

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Ladies of Jazz: Ella Fitzgerald (April 17th, 1917 - June 15th, 1996) Billie Holiday (April 7th, 1915 - June 17th, 1959) Thelma Carpenter (January 15th, 1922 - May 14th, 1997) Lena Horne (June 30th, 1917 - May 9th, 2010) Sarah Vaughan (March 27th, 1954 - April 3rd, 1990) Pearl Bailey (March 29th, 1918 - August 17th, 1990)

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