Circa 1924 appliquéd robe de style dress, A robe de style that has not been remodeled is quite rare. With the original built-in panniers (side hoops), this exemplary piece is made from luxe maize-hued velvet. The neckline and hem are accented with folded-back scallops of lime green satin. An ombré pastel ribbon forms a swag on the front skirt below the last bodice flower. The full skirted robe de style dress was a signature look of couturier Jeanne Lanvin. Via Vintage Textile.
Girl’s Underwear 1927-1929 The Metropolitan Museum of Art “Seen here is a charming lingerie set. What is particularly interesting is the embroidery imagery, which seems highly unlikely for young girl’s underwear. While the elephant is appropriate for children’s clothing, the men marching through the desert carrying what appear to be weapons seem an unusual choice. The scenes of Egypt were very prominent in the 1920s, inspired by the discovery of Tutankhamen’s tomb in 1922..."