The 1920s by Jacqueline Herald

The 1920s

Written by Jacqueline Herald
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Part of the Fashions of a Decade Series


The 1920s by Jacqueline Herald

Bringing the Jazz Age to life through the clothes of the flappers and Thoroughly Modern Millies, Fashions of a Decade: The 1920s revisits an important part of social and cultural history. As the fabric of society changed, fashion took on a life of its own - exploding with new colors and trends - alongside the innovative rhythms and styles of jazz music. It was a period of youthful escapism, a reaction to the stern clothes and strict behavior that was expected during the Victorian Age, and this revised, full-color volume captures the essence of that social change.

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64 pages


Jacqueline Herald
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Chelsea House Publishers

Publication date

15th January 2007



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