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Anything Goes - Celebrating the 20s

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Young couple, 1920s. Original for sale here.
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Young couple, 1920s. Original for sale here.

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Film Fun May 1927
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Film Fun May 1927

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Hungarian  magazine Szinhazi Elet, 1926
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Hungarian  magazine Szinhazi Elet, 1926

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Mode Pratique, 6 September 1924
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Mode Pratique, 6 September 1924

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Mode Pratique for April 19, 1924 illustrates suitable travelwear.
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Mode Pratique for April 19, 1924 illustrates suitable travelwear.

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Mode Pratique, 4 October 1924
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Mode Pratique, 4 October 1924

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La Vie Parisienne, 19 May 1917 - and Legat gives us “The new star in the theatre of the war”.
And does the USA ever have a sense of style! Look at that Statue of Liberty helmet! No wonder they’re all mesmerised.
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La Vie Parisienne, 19 May 1917 - and Legat gives us “The new star in the theatre of the war”.

And does the USA ever have a sense of style! Look at that Statue of Liberty helmet! No wonder they’re all mesmerised.

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Armand Vallée illustration from La Vie Parisienne 1921…not quite howI pack, but to each theown!
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Armand Vallée illustration from La Vie Parisienne 1921…not quite howI pack, but to each theown!

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taishou-kun:

Teruha 照葉 (Shining leaf) (also Takaoka Chishou 高岡 智照) (1896-1994) at New-York with her american friend and lover Hildegard - 1920
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taishou-kun:

Teruha 照葉 (Shining leaf) (also Takaoka Chishou 高岡 智照) (1896-1994) at New-York with her american friend and lover Hildegard - 1920

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livelymorgue:

Dec. 1, 1923: The French actress Mistinguett, née Jeanne Florentine Bourgeois, photographed at home in Paris with her hundreds of fine shoes and blurry pet monkey. She had a certain flair for things ostentatious and dramatic, having reportedly had her famous legs insured in 1919 for 500,000 francs, and, according to The New York Times, challenging strangers who jostled her. “Mlle. Mistinguett, France’s most popular music hall artist, may fight a duel one day soon,” a special cable to The Times reported. “She slapped a man’s face the other other evening and his wife is demanding reparation. Meanwhile Mistinguett is practicing with both pistols and foils so that she may be ready.” Photo: The New York Times

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