Autumn 1942, England - Suit from the Utility Collection by the Incorporated Society of London Fashion Designers for the Board of Trade - Scottish woollen tweed

Skirt suit

Autumn 1942, England - Suit from the Utility Collection by the Incorporated Society of London Fashion Designers for the Board of Trade - Scottish woollen tweed

Posters, Magazine art, Fashion Illustrations, Vintage Vogue Cover, January 1917. #VintageVogueCoversKisyovaLazarinova

Posters, Magazine art, Fashion Illustrations, Vintage Vogue Cover, January 1917. #VintageVogueCoversKisyovaLazarinova

Elspeth Champcommunal - 1916-1922

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Elspeth Champcommunal - 1916-1922

Coat probably designed by Elspeth Champcommunal,  for Worth London- Utility range, V&A Search the Collections - autumn 1942

Coat

Coat probably designed by Elspeth Champcommunal, for Worth London- Utility range, V&A Search the Collections - autumn 1942

Vintage Vogue cover. Maybe the cape is based on a Sonia Delaunay model, the pattern is very similar to her work

Vintage Vogue cover. Maybe the cape is based on a Sonia Delaunay model, the pattern is very similar to her work

Preowned 1925 Elspeth Champcommunal Haute-couture Metallic Gold Lame Silk Flapper Dress

Preowned 1925 Elspeth Champcommunal Haute-couture Metallic Gold Lame Silk Flapper Dress

Late March 1917 Paris Openings Number Editor Elspeth Champcommunal Cover Art by Georges Lepape was born in Paris, France in 1887 who worked for many magazines, among them the Gazette Du Bon Ton, Femina, VOGUE, Harper's Bazaar and Les Feuillets D'Art, Modes et Manieres d'Aujourd'hui, and Vanity Fair. Lepape's work was strongly influenced by Orientalism and the Ballets Russes. Women in his illustrations are independent women with carefree attitude who started the age of the femme-garconne.

Late March 1917 Paris Openings Number Editor Elspeth Champcommunal Cover Art by Georges Lepape was born in Paris, France in 1887 who worked for many magazines, among them the Gazette Du Bon Ton, Femina, VOGUE, Harper's Bazaar and Les Feuillets D'Art, Modes et Manieres d'Aujourd'hui, and Vanity Fair. Lepape's work was strongly influenced by Orientalism and the Ballets Russes. Women in his illustrations are independent women with carefree attitude who started the age of the femme-garconne.

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