"Que vous êtes belle, Maman... - Robe du soir et robe d'enfant, de Jeanne Lanvin," Pierre Brissaud, April 1922. Published from 1912 to 1925, "La Gazette du Bon Ton" was an iconic French fashion magazine started by Lucien Vogel. His goal was to emphasize the connection between fashion and art, and maintain a distinct and elitist image. Exquisite and vibrant fashion plates featuring women's clothing were created by modern artists of the period.

"Que vous êtes belle, Maman... - Robe du soir et robe d'enfant, de Jeanne Lanvin," Pierre Brissaud, April 1922. Published from 1912 to 1925, "La Gazette du Bon Ton" was an iconic French fashion magazine started by Lucien Vogel. His goal was to emphasize the connection between fashion and art, and maintain a distinct and elitist image. Exquisite and vibrant fashion plates featuring women's clothing were created by modern artists of the period.

Julius Diez Jugend magazine, the German fin de siècle periodical of “art and life”, this post covers the year 1899

Julius Diez Jugend magazine, the German fin de siècle periodical of “art and life”, this post covers the year 1899

"Les Plaisirs de la Campagne - Robe de Paul Poiret," André-Edouard Marty, April 1921. Published from 1912 to 1925, "La Gazette du Bon Ton" was an iconic French fashion magazine started by Lucien Vogel. His goal was to emphasize the connection between fashion and art, and maintain a distinct and elitist image. Exquisite and vibrant fashion plates featuring women's clothing were created by modern artists of the period.

"Les Plaisirs de la Campagne - Robe de Paul Poiret," André-Edouard Marty, April 1921. Published from 1912 to 1925, "La Gazette du Bon Ton" was an iconic French fashion magazine started by Lucien Vogel. His goal was to emphasize the connection between fashion and art, and maintain a distinct and elitist image. Exquisite and vibrant fashion plates featuring women's clothing were created by modern artists of the period.

"'Il N'a Pas Pleuré' ou Notre Défenseur de Demain - Robe de style et robe de baptême, de Jeanne Lanvin," Pierre Brissaud, October 1920. Published from 1912 to 1925, "La Gazette du Bon Ton" was an iconic French fashion magazine started by Lucien Vogel. His goal was to emphasize the connection between fashion and art, and maintain a distinct and elitist image. Exquisite and vibrant fashion plates featuring women's clothing were created by modern artists of the period.

"'Il N'a Pas Pleuré' ou Notre Défenseur de Demain - Robe de style et robe de baptême, de Jeanne Lanvin," Pierre Brissaud, October 1920. Published from 1912 to 1925, "La Gazette du Bon Ton" was an iconic French fashion magazine started by Lucien Vogel. His goal was to emphasize the connection between fashion and art, and maintain a distinct and elitist image. Exquisite and vibrant fashion plates featuring women's clothing were created by modern artists of the period.

"La Coiffure Réparée - Robe de dîners, de Dœuillet," Pierre Brissaud, April 1921. Published from 1912 to 1925, "La Gazette du Bon Ton" was an iconic French fashion magazine started by Lucien Vogel. His goal was to emphasize the connection between fashion and art, and maintain a distinct and elitist image. Exquisite and vibrant fashion plates featuring women's clothing were created by modern artists of the period.

"La Coiffure Réparée - Robe de dîners, de Dœuillet," Pierre Brissaud, April 1921. Published from 1912 to 1925, "La Gazette du Bon Ton" was an iconic French fashion magazine started by Lucien Vogel. His goal was to emphasize the connection between fashion and art, and maintain a distinct and elitist image. Exquisite and vibrant fashion plates featuring women's clothing were created by modern artists of the period.

"La Cage Vide - Robe de dîner de Redfern," André-Edouard Marty, December 1912. Published from 1912 to 1925, "La Gazette du Bon Ton" was an iconic French fashion magazine started by Lucien Vogel. His goal was to emphasize the connection between fashion and art, and maintain a distinct and elitist image. Exquisite and vibrant fashion plates featuring women's clothing were created by modern artists of the period.

"La Cage Vide - Robe de dîner de Redfern," André-Edouard Marty, December 1912. Published from 1912 to 1925, "La Gazette du Bon Ton" was an iconic French fashion magazine started by Lucien Vogel. His goal was to emphasize the connection between fashion and art, and maintain a distinct and elitist image. Exquisite and vibrant fashion plates featuring women's clothing were created by modern artists of the period.

"Jamais Prêtes!' ou Le Premier Acte Sacrifie - Robes de chez soi, de Becker et fils," Charles Martin, October 1920. Published from 1912 to 1925, "La Gazette du Bon Ton" was an iconic French fashion magazine started by Lucien Vogel. His goal was to emphasize the connection between fashion and art, and maintain a distinct and elitist image. Exquisite and vibrant fashion plates featuring women's clothing were created by modern artists of the period.

"Jamais Prêtes!' ou Le Premier Acte Sacrifie - Robes de chez soi, de Becker et fils," Charles Martin, October 1920. Published from 1912 to 1925, "La Gazette du Bon Ton" was an iconic French fashion magazine started by Lucien Vogel. His goal was to emphasize the connection between fashion and art, and maintain a distinct and elitist image. Exquisite and vibrant fashion plates featuring women's clothing were created by modern artists of the period.

"La Partie de Cache-Cache - Robe en ruban," Mario Simon, January 1921. Published from 1912 to 1925, "La Gazette du Bon Ton" was an iconic French fashion magazine started by Lucien Vogel. His goal was to emphasize the connection between fashion and art, and maintain a distinct and elitist image. Exquisite and vibrant fashion plates featuring women's clothing were created by modern artists of the period.

"La Partie de Cache-Cache - Robe en ruban," Mario Simon, January 1921. Published from 1912 to 1925, "La Gazette du Bon Ton" was an iconic French fashion magazine started by Lucien Vogel. His goal was to emphasize the connection between fashion and art, and maintain a distinct and elitist image. Exquisite and vibrant fashion plates featuring women's clothing were created by modern artists of the period.

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