Autochrome: Women's costume figuring a moon, circa 1921, Salon du goût français.
Les modes (Paris), October 1925. Robe de style, Callot Soeurs.
Artists, Poets, Writers, Musicians... / Cléo de Mérode, French dancer of the Belle Époque.
Evelyn Brent 1920's
Fanny Squeers Maybe?
Les modes (Paris), March 1921. Anna Pavlowa (Pavlova), dressed by Nicole Groult. Robe de style in white Regent satin, with border and bow in black satin; bunch of roses with black foliage embroidered on the bodice. Caption p. 32
MOBO MOGA – meaning Modern Boy Modern Girl, refers to modern Japanese individuals in the 1930′s. Avant Garde, individualism were much celebrated in art, fashion and lifestyle. Much of this part of history was ignored both in Japan and the world because of the actual horrors of the war immediately followed.