A comparison of 1920s fashion prints with period photographs provide a realistic look at the 1920s fashion and the style of 1920s dress for the rich and famous. Many 1920s magazines provided colorful images of the latest 1920s dress for women. Some magazines, such as Gazette du Bon Ton, catered exclusively to the “rich and famous.” This French publication provided exquisite fashion plates of 1920 fashion created by modern artists such as Paul Iribe, George Lepape.
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