Louise Brooks with her sharply bobbed hair is one of the most iconic figures of 1920s cinema and epitomized the
1928 was an interesting turning point in 1920s fashion. The boyish figure of the mid 1920s was starting to become
How did women go from the straight laced Edwardian era to free and easy fashions of 1920s flapper in just
These couture designs seem to mostly be by French fashion designer Lucien Lelong, who ran a French fashion house from
‘I learnt one thing on my honeymoon – to take drugs’. Tiger Woman is the autobiography of Betty May, a
When we think of silent movie stars we inevitably think of Garbo, Charlie Chaplin, Rudolph Valentino as well as perhaps
If you’re looking for an authentic 1920s makeup-look DON’T look at The Great Gatsby – it’s great for a general
Lillian Gish 1922
Bebe Daniels from Motion Picture Classic, 1920. Miss Daniels stepped from screen farce to drama so recently that the even
Fanny Brice – c. 1915-1925 – Ziegfeld girl photographed by Alfred Cheney Johnston.
Ziegfeld Follies girl Doris Eaton Travis (1904-2010) in her youth (somewhere around 1922).
Is there a more recognizable literary flapper than the flighty and frivolous Daisy Buchanan from the Great Gatsby? As much
Ziegfeld Girls: The gorgeous Fairbank Twins photographed by Alfred Cheney Johnston, 1922
A very fancy 1920s cloche hat with amazing detailing and what looks like metallic inserts. Isn’t it fabulous?
A striking photo of Joan Crawford in the 1920s. I love the way the silhouette and shadows really add to
A young Joan Crawford wearing a cloche hat and some very austere makeup from, 1927. I love her embroidered collar
Louise Brooks with her sharply bobbed hair is one of the most iconic figures of 1920s cinema, but I realised
A 1920s movie poster for the Clara Bow movie The Wild Party which was released in 1929. It was Clara Bow’s