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Robe a retroussis  by Gerda Wegener

Gerda Wegener - Robe a Retroussis, hand-coloured, signed pochoir fashion illustration (Plate the 1914 Journal des Dames et des Modes.

Women 1922, Plate 003. Fashion plates, 1790-1929. The Costume Institute Fashion Plates. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Gift of Sally Victor (b17509853) |  The caption reads “L'averse Intempestive,” suggesting this was what women were to wear in the rain in 1922. #fashion

George Barbier L'Averse Intempestive Pochoir This is a hand coloured, plate-signed pochoir from La Gazette Du Bon Ton, Issue Plate This image shows Barbier's typical portrayal of feminine elegance.

๑ Nineteen Fourteen ๑  historical happenings, fashion, art & style from a century ago - The Royal Blue Book of Correct Corset Styles - autumn/winter 1914

๑ Nineteen Fourteen ๑ historical happenings, fashion, art style from a century ago - The Royal Blue Book of Correct Corset Styles - autumn/winter 1914

Reading in fashion. Robe de gabardine á volants brodés á la main (Gabardine dress with hand embroidered ruffles), pl. 162: from Journal des dames et des modes, no. 71, 1914. Gerda Wegener. Pochoir. The Journal was designed to appeal to the elite of Paris. It incorporated high fashion plates, an expensive layout, society columns, poetic texts, colourful annotations and fashion reports, using high quality paper and artwork.

Gerda Wegener - Robe de Gabardine, hand-coloured, signed pochoir fashion illustration (Plate the 1914 Journal des Dames et des Modes.

Художник Gerda Wegener (120 работ) " Картины, художники, фотографы на Nevsepic

Gerda Wegener - This is an authentic, hand-coloured, signed pochoir fashion illustration (Plate the 1914 Journal des Dames et des Modes - a Parisian fashion journal published by Tom Antongini from June 1912 until August

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