May 9, 2011

The French Flapper 'Garconne'.

The Flapper History

The costume history image in our minds of a woman of the 'Roaring Twenties' is actually likely to be the image of a flapper. Flappers did not truly emerge until 1926. Flapper fashion embraced all things and styles modern. A fashionable flapper had short sleek hair, a shorter than average shapeless shift dress, a chest as flat as a board, wore make up and applied it in public, smoked with a long cigarette holder, exposed her limbs and epitomised the spirit of a reckless rebel who danced the nights away in the Jazz Age.

The French called the flapper fashion style the 'garçonne'.

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1 comment:

Chris A. said...

Lovely collage. Ah the Flapper, her lifestyle seems so innocent and simple now.