Making a rainbow connection on the cover of Vogue’s April 15, 1920, Paris Fashions Number are two beauties—, drawn by the confident hand of Helen Dryden—, sheltering from the rain under a broad parasol. They are, of course, dressed in the latest fashions. “Whether or not the mode of full skirts is accepted as a whole, at least there is still preferred for affairs of a certain sort that costume slightly puffed about the hips” (like the cayenne-colored dress at left),” Vogue reported from Paris. “Such frocks are chosen for afternoons, for the races, perhaps, or for a garden party. For this type of frock, of course, a suitable coat or wrap had to be created. These wraps have naturally a hint of fancy- dress about them, but all the same, they are practical, and they are very new.” Not to mention, cover-worthy.
1500 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle
Finished Puzzle Size: 24"x33"
Linen Style Finish to reduce glare
Made in USA
Recommended Age: 13+ Years