The 1920s was the begining of the Art Deco movement that influenced
Artists Tamara Lempicka - Fashion Designers Coco Chanel - Art Deco Jewelry The art deco style, 1920s glamour fashion, interior set design of Hollywood movies influenced
women and men alike. Elsa Schiaparelli designed clothes for over 30 films with many costumes being worn by movie fashion icons
Chanel caused a sensation in 1926 with the creation of the 'little black dress' which was risqué at the time.
The famous " Chanel also introduced costume jewelry, in particular strings of pearls.
Chanel died in 1971 after decades in fashion.
In 1983 Karl Lagerfeld was appointed Artistic Director of Chanel
Coco Chanel the most influential designers of her time. In 1922 Chanel introduced a perfume, Chanel No 5 Still popular today.
Chanel's famous Art Deco perfume bottle was incorporated into the New York, Museum of Modern Art in 1959
recreated 1920s fashion for Robert Redford and Mia Farrow for The Great Gatsby
"Arrow Shirt" 1920s The American male was actually Charles Beach a Canadian.
During the 1920s Arrow Shirt Man got more fan mail than Rudolph Valentino
Fashion Hats 1920s
Angelina Jolie Models 1920's Fashion
Royal Wedding Dress 1920s
Great Gatsby Movie Fashion
Tamara in the Green Bugatti 1925 Iconic of all Art Deco Lempicka Paintings
Tamara de Lempicka was the most famous painter in 1920s Born in Poland to a wealthy family then moved to Russia and lived there in till her husband was arrested during the Russian Revolution.
She got her husband out of prison. They moved to Paris where Lempicka studied art