zondag 3 mei 2009

Mode de Paris - 1926





At the end of the First World War, women had a strong desire to assert themselves and claim their femininity.
The twenties were therefore a genuine turning point in the history of fashion. Young women would be daring for the first time. They adopted tomboy cuts, shortened their skirts, burned their corsets and accessorised.



Mode de Paris - 1926 (Dutch-Anonymous)(04:49)
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