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HABIT D'AMBASSADEUR, DE LUS ET BEFVE Nº 1 DE LA GAZETTE - PLANCHE 1. 1923 The Gazette du Bon Ton, put out by the retailer of the same name, was considered the trendsetting magazine of the era. Founded by Lucien Vogel and targeting Paris's upper class, it ran from 1912-1925.

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ROBE ET MANTEAU DU SOIR, DE WORTH Nº 1 DE LA GAZETTE - PLANCHE 2   ART DECÓ

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Nº 1 DE LA GAZETTE - PLANCHE 3. 1923 Plate n.3 from the first 1923 issue of “La Gazette du Bon Ton”. Best known for his revolutionary design of the TuTa (an early example of what we now know as coverall) and his involvement with the Italian Futurist movement, Thayaht worked as a designer in collaboration with Madeleine Vionnet. He started out by designing...

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DE PETITE FILLE ET ROBE DE JEUNE FEMME, DE JEANNE LANVIN Nº 1 DE LA GAZETTE - PLANCHE 4 Plate n.4 from the first 1923 issue of “La Gazette du Bon Ton”. Art Deco artist André Édouard Marty was one of only four artists to contribute to every year of “La Gazette du Bon Ton”; he also contributed to “Vogue”, “Harper's Bazaar”, “Vanity Fair”, “Fémina”, “Modes...

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Plate n.7 from the second 1923 issue of “La Gazette du Bon Ton”. Hand-painted lithograph print, loose, A condition. Dimensions in inches: 9.6 x 7.5''.    Plate n.4 from the first 1923 issue of “La Gazette du Bon Ton”. Art Deco artist André Édouard Marty was one of only four artists to contribute to every year of “La Gazette du Bon Ton”; he also...

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Plate n.8 from the second 1923 issue of “La Gazette du Bon Ton”. Georges Lepape was a French fashion designer, poster artist, engraver and illustrator. He participated to 1910 “Salon d'automne”, where he met Paul Poiret, a legendary couturier. In 1911 he illustrated “Les Choses de Paul Poiret”, which is recognised as his masterpiece. He contributed to the...

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Plate n.10 from the second 1923 issue of “La Gazette du Bon Ton”. Hand-painted lithograph print, loose, A condition. Dimensions in inches: 9.6 x 7.5''.  Plate n.10 from the second 1923 issue of “La Gazette du Bon Ton”. Best known for his revolutionary design of the TuTa (an early example of what we now know as coverall) and his involvement with the...

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Plate n.11 fro m the third 1923 issue of “La Gazette du Bon Ton”. Hand-painted lithograph print, loose, A condition. Dimensions in inches: 9.6 x 7.5''.  Best known for his revolutionary design of the TuTa (an early example of what we now know as coverall) and his involvement with the Italian Futurist movement, Thayaht worked as a designer in collaboration...

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Plate n.12 from the third 1923 issue of “La Gazette du Bon Ton”. Georges Lepape was a French fashion designer, poster artist, engraver and illustrator. He participated to 1910 “Salon d'automne”, where he met Paul Poiret, a legendary couturier. In 1911 he illustrated “Les Choses de Paul Poiret”, which is recognised as his masterpiece. He contributed to the...

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Plate n.14 from the third 1923 issue of “La Gazette du Bon Ton”. Art Deco artist André Édouard Marty was one of only four artists to contribute to every year of “La Gazette du Bon Ton”; he also contributed to “Vogue”, “Harper's Bazaar”, “Vanity Fair”, “Fémina”, “Modes et Manières d’Aujourd’hui”, among others. He also illustrated several books and designed...

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Plate n.15 from the fourth 1923 issue of “La Gazette du Bon Ton”. Art Deco artist André Édouard Marty was one of only four artists to contribute to every year of “La Gazette du Bon Ton”; he also contributed to “Vogue”, “Harper's Bazaar”, “Vanity Fair”, “Fémina”, “Modes et Manières d’Aujourd’hui”, among others. He also illustrated several books and...

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The Gazette du Bon Ton, put out by the retailer of the same name, was considered the trendsetting magazine of the era. Founded by Lucien Vogel and targeting Paris's upper class, it ran from 1912-1925.

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Plate n.17 from the fourth 1923 issue of “La Gazette du Bon Ton”. Georges Lepape was a French fashion designer, poster artist, engraver and illustrator. He participated to 1910 “Salon d'automne”, where he met Paul Poiret, a legendary couturier. In 1911 he illustrated “Les Choses de Paul Poiret”, which is recognised as his masterpiece. He contributed to...

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PLANCHE 20. 5 gazette du bon ton 1923 The Gazette du Bon Ton, put out by the retailer of the same name, was considered the trendsetting magazine of the era. Founded by Lucien Vogel and targeting Paris's upper class, it ran from 1912-1925.

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Plate n.12 from the third 1923 issue of “La Gazette du Bon Ton”. Georges Lepape was a French fashion designer, poster artist, engraver and illustrator. He participated to 1910 “Salon d'automne”, where he met Paul Poiret, a legendary couturier. In 1911 he illustrated “Les Choses de Paul Poiret”, which is recognised as his masterpiece. He contributed to the...

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DE PETITE FILLE ET ROBE DE JEUNE FEMME, DE JEANNE LANVIN Nº 1 DE LA GAZETTE - PLANCHE 4 Plate n.4 from the first 1923 issue of “La Gazette du Bon Ton”. Art Deco artist André Édouard Marty was one of only four artists to contribute to every year of “La Gazette du Bon Ton”; he also contributed to “Vogue”, “Harper's Bazaar”, “Vanity Fair”, “Fémina”, “Modes...

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Nº 5 DE LA GAZETTE - PLANCHE 24 Plate n.24 from the first 1923 issue of “La Gazette du Bon Ton”. Best known for his revolutionary design of the TuTa (an early example of what we now know as coverall) and his involvement with the Italian Futurist movement, Thayaht worked as a designer in collaboration with Madeleine Vionnet. He started out by designing the...

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Nº 3 DE LA GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 23. 1924-1925.The Gazette Bon Ton, put out by the retailer of the same name, was considered the trendsetting magazine of the era. Founded by Lucien Vogel and targeting Paris's upper class, it ran from 1912-1925. Only ten colour plates were printed per issue, and artists vied for the prestige of illustrating the...

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Nº 4 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 33. 1924-1925 The Gazette du Bon Ton, put out by the retailer of the same name, was considered the trendsetting magazine of the era. Founded by Lucien Vogel and targeting Paris's upper class, it ran from 1912-1925.

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Nº 7 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE14. 1924 The Gazette du Bon Ton, put out by the retailer of the same name, was considered the trendsetting magazine of the era. Founded by Lucien Vogel and targeting Paris's upper class, it ran from 1912-1925.

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Nº 7 DE LAGAZETTE - PLANCHE 38. 1924 Plate n.24 from the first 1923 issue of “La Gazette du Bon Ton”. Best known for his revolutionary design of the TuTa (an early example of what we now know as coverall) and his involvement with the Italian Futurist movement, Thayaht worked as a designer in collaboration with Madeleine Vionnet. He started out by...

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Nº 7 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 36. 1924 The Gazette du Bon Ton, put out by the retailer of the same name, was considered the trendsetting magazine of the era. Founded by Lucien Vogel and targeting Paris's upper class, it ran from 1912-1925.

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Nº 7 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 38. 1924 The Gazette du Bon Ton, put out by the retailer of the same name, was considered the trendsetting magazine of the era. Founded by Lucien Vogel and targeting Paris's upper class, it ran from 1912-1925.

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Nº 7 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 39. 1924 Georges Lepape was a French fashion designer, poster artist, engraver and illustrator. He participated to 1910 “Salon d'automne”, where he met Paul Poiret, a legendary couturier. In 1911 he illustrated “Les Choses de Paul Poiret”, which is recognised as his masterpiece. He contributed to the most important fashion...

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DE PETITE FILLE ET ROBE DE JEUNE FEMME, DE JEANNE LANVIN Nº 7 DE LA GAZETTE DU BON TON- PLANCHE 40 Art Deco artist André Édouard Marty was one of only four artists to contribute to every year of “La Gazette du Bon Ton”; he also contributed to “Vogue”, “Harper's Bazaar”, “Vanity Fair”, “Fémina”, “Modes et Manières d’Aujourd’hui”, among others. He also...

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Nº 8 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 41. 1924 Art Deco artist André Édouard Marty was one of only four artists to contribute to every year of “La Gazette du Bon Ton”; he also contributed to “Vogue”, “Harper's Bazaar”, “Vanity Fair”, “Fémina”, “Modes et Manières d’Aujourd’hui”, among others. He also illustrated several books and designed advertisements and...

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Nº 8 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 42. 1924 The Gazette du Bon Ton, put out by the retailer of the same name, was considered the trendsetting magazine of the era. Founded by Lucien Vogel and targeting Paris's upper class, it ran from 1912-1925.

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Nº 8 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 41. 1924 The Gazette du Bon Ton, put out by the retailer of the same name, was considered the trendsetting magazine of the era. Founded by Lucien Vogel and targeting Paris's upper class, it ran from 1912-1925.

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Nº 8  GAZETTE DU BON TON - PLANCHE 45 Best known for his revolutionary design of the TuTa (an early example of what we now know as coverall) and his involvement with the Italian Futurist movement, Thayaht worked as a designer in collaboration with Madeleine Vionnet. He started out by designing the logo for the Maison Vionnet, and quickly became...

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Nº 9 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 47. 1924 The Gazette du Bon Ton, put out by the retailer of the same name, was considered the trendsetting magazine of the era. Founded by Lucien Vogel and targeting Paris's upper class, it ran from 1912-1925.

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Nº 9 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 48. 1924 The Gazette du Bon Ton, put out by the retailer of the same name, was considered the trendsetting magazine of the era. Founded by Lucien Vogel and targeting Paris's upper class, it ran from 1912-1925.

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Nº 9  GAZETTE DU BON TON - PLANCHE 49 Best known for his revolutionary design of the TuTa (an early example of what we now know as coverall) and his involvement with the Italian Futurist movement, Thayaht worked as a designer in collaboration with Madeleine Vionnet. He started out by designing the logo for the Maison Vionnet, and quickly became...

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Nº 9 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 50. 1924 Georges Lepape was a French fashion designer, poster artist, engraver and illustrator. He participated to 1910 “Salon d'automne”, where he met Paul Poiret, a legendary couturier. In 1911 he illustrated “Les Choses de Paul Poiret”, which is recognised as his masterpiece. He contributed to the most important fashion...

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Nº 10 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 54. 1924 The Gazette du Bon Ton, put out by the retailer of the same name, was considered the trendsetting magazine of the era. Founded by Lucien Vogel and targeting Paris's upper class, it ran from 1912-1925.

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Nº 9 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 52. 1924 Art Deco artist André Édouard Marty was one of only four artists to contribute to every year of “La Gazette du Bon Ton”; he also contributed to “Vogue”, “Harper's Bazaar”, “Vanity Fair”, “Fémina”, “Modes et Manières d’Aujourd’hui”, among others. He also illustrated several books and designed advertisements and...

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Nº 10 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 53. 1924 Art Deco artist André Édouard Marty was one of only four artists to contribute to every year of “La Gazette du Bon Ton”; he also contributed to “Vogue”, “Harper's Bazaar”, “Vanity Fair”, “Fémina”, “Modes et Manières d’Aujourd’hui”, among others. He also illustrated several books and designed advertisements and...

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Nº 9 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 51. 1924 The Gazette du Bon Ton, put out by the retailer of the same name, was considered the trendsetting magazine of the era. Founded by Lucien Vogel and targeting Paris's upper class, it ran from 1912-1925.

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Nº 10  GAZETTE DU BON TON - PLANCHE 55 Best known for his revolutionary design of the TuTa (an early example of what we now know as coverall) and his involvement with the Italian Futurist movement, Thayaht worked as a designer in collaboration with Madeleine Vionnet. He started out by designing the logo for the Maison Vionnet, and quickly became...

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Nº 10 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 56. 1924 Georges Lepape was a French fashion designer, poster artist, engraver and illustrator. He participated to 1910 “Salon d'automne”, where he met Paul Poiret, a legendary couturier. In 1911 he illustrated “Les Choses de Paul Poiret”, which is recognised as his masterpiece. He contributed to the most important...

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Nº 10 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 57. 1924 The Gazette du Bon Ton, put out by the retailer of the same name, was considered the trendsetting magazine of the era. Founded by Lucien Vogel and targeting Paris's upper class, it ran from 1912-1925.

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Nº 10 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 58. 1924 Art Deco artist André Édouard Marty was one of only four artists to contribute to every year of “La Gazette du Bon Ton”; he also contributed to “Vogue”, “Harper's Bazaar”, “Vanity Fair”, “Fémina”, “Modes et Manières d’Aujourd’hui”, among others. He also illustrated several books and designed advertisements and...

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Nº 1 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 1. 1924-1925 Art Deco artist André Édouard Marty was one of only four artists to contribute to every year of “La Gazette du Bon Ton”; he also contributed to “Vogue”, “Harper's Bazaar”, “Vanity Fair”, “Fémina”, “Modes et Manières d’Aujourd’hui”, among others. He also illustrated several books and designed advertisements and...

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Nº 1 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 2. 1924-1925 Georges Lepape was a French fashion designer, poster artist, engraver and illustrator. He participated to 1910 “Salon d'automne”, where he met Paul Poiret, a legendary couturier. In 1911 he illustrated “Les Choses de Paul Poiret”, which is recognised as his masterpiece. He contributed to the most important...

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Nº 1 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 3. 1924-1925 The Gazette du Bon Ton, put out by the retailer of the same name, was considered the trendsetting magazine of the era. Founded by Lucien Vogel and targeting Paris's upper class, it ran from 1912-1925.

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Nº 1  GAZETTE DU BON TON - PLANCHE 4. 1924-1925 Best known for his revolutionary design of the TuTa (an early example of what we now know as coverall) and his involvement with the Italian Futurist movement, Thayaht worked as a designer in collaboration with Madeleine Vionnet. He started out by designing the logo for the Maison Vionnet, and quickly became...

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Nº 1 DE LA GAZETTE DU BON TON - PLANCHE 5. 1924-1925 .The Gazette Bon Ton, put out by the retailer of the same name, was considered the trendsetting magazine of the era. Founded by Lucien Vogel and targeting Paris's upper class, it ran from 1912-1925. Only ten colour plates were printed per issue, and artists vied for the prestige of illustrating the...

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Nº 1 DE LA GAZETTE DU BON TON - PLANCHE 7. 1924-1925 .The Gazette Bon Ton, put out by the retailer of the same name, was considered the trendsetting magazine of the era. Founded by Lucien Vogel and targeting Paris's upper class, it ran from 1912-1925. Only ten colour plates were printed per issue, and artists vied for the prestige of illustrating the...

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Nº 5 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 34. 1924-1925 Art Deco artist André Édouard Marty was one of only four artists to contribute to every year of “La Gazette du Bon Ton”; he also contributed to “Vogue”, “Harper's Bazaar”, “Vanity Fair”, “Fémina”, “Modes et Manières d’Aujourd’hui”, among others. He also illustrated several books and designed advertisements...

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Nº 5 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 35. 1924-1925 The Gazette du Bon Ton, put out by the retailer of the same name, was considered the trendsetting magazine of the era. Founded by Lucien Vogel and targeting Paris's upper class, it ran from 1912-1925.

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Nº 5 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 36. 1924-1924 The Gazette du Bon Ton, put out by the retailer of the same name, was considered the trendsetting magazine of the era. Founded by Lucien Vogel and targeting Paris's upper class, it ran from 1912-1925.

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Nº 5 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 37. 1924-1925 Georges Lepape was a French fashion designer, poster artist, engraver and illustrator. He participated to 1910 “Salon d'automne”, where he met Paul Poiret, a legendary couturier. In 1911 he illustrated “Les Choses de Paul Poiret”, which is recognised as his masterpiece. He contributed to the most important...

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Nº 3 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 18. 1924-1925 Principio del formularioThe Gazette du Bon Ton, put out by the retailer of the same name, was considered the trendsetting magazine of the era. Founded by Lucien Vogel and targeting Paris's upper class, it ran from 1912-1925

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Nº 3 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 17. 1924-1925 Art Deco artist André Édouard Marty was one of only four artists to contribute to every year of “La Gazette du Bon Ton”; he also contributed to “Vogue”, “Harper's Bazaar”, “Vanity Fair”, “Fémina”, “Modes et Manières d’Aujourd’hui”, among others. He also illustrated several books and designed advertisements...

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Nº 3 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 19. 1924-1925 Georges Lepape was a French fashion designer, poster artist, engraver and illustrator. He participated to 1910 “Salon d'automne”, where he met Paul Poiret, a legendary couturier. In 1911 he illustrated “Les Choses de Paul Poiret”, which is recognised as his masterpiece. He contributed to the most important...

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Nº 3 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 20. 1924-1925 The Gazette du Bon Ton, put out by the retailer of the same name, was considered the trendsetting magazine of the era. Founded by Lucien Vogel and targeting Paris's upper class, it ran from 1912-1925.

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Nº 3 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 21. 1924-1925 Principio del formularioThe Gazette du Bon Ton, put out by the retailer of the same name, was considered the trendsetting magazine of the era. Founded by Lucien Vogel and targeting Paris's upper class, it ran from 1912-1925

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Nº 3 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 22. 1924-1925 The Gazette du Bon Ton, put out by the retailer of the same name, was considered the trendsetting magazine of the era. Founded by Lucien Vogel and targeting Paris's upper class, it ran from 1912-1925.

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Nº 4 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 23. 1924-1925 Georges Lepape was a French fashion designer, poster artist, engraver and illustrator. He participated to 1910 “Salon d'automne”, where he met Paul Poiret, a legendary couturier. In 1911 he illustrated “Les Choses de Paul Poiret”, which is recognised as his masterpiece. He contributed to the most important...

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Nº 4 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 26. 1924-1925 Principio del formularioThe Gazette du Bon Ton, put out by the retailer of the same name, was considered the trendsetting magazine of the era. Founded by Lucien Vogel and targeting Paris's upper class, it ran from 1912-1925

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Nº 4 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 29. 1924-1925 The Gazette du Bon Ton, put out by the retailer of the same name, was considered the trendsetting magazine of the era. Founded by Lucien Vogel and targeting Paris's upper class, it ran from 1912-1925.

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Nº 4 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 30. 1924-1925 Principio del formularioThe Gazette du Bon Ton, put out by the retailer of the same name, was considered the trendsetting magazine of the era. Founded by Lucien Vogel and targeting Paris's upper class, it ran from 1912-1925

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Nº 4 GAZETTE DU BON TON. PLANCHE 31. 1924-1925 Art Deco artist André Édouard Marty was one of only four artists to contribute to every year of “La Gazette du Bon Ton”; he also contributed to “Vogue”, “Harper's Bazaar”, “Vanity Fair”, “Fémina”, “Modes et Manières d’Aujourd’hui”, among others. He also illustrated several books and designed advertisements...

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Nº 4 DE LA GAZETTE DU BON TON - PLANCHE 32. 1924-1925 .The Gazette Bon Ton, put out by the retailer of the same name, was considered the trendsetting magazine of the era. Founded by Lucien Vogel and targeting Paris's upper class, it ran from 1912-1925. Only ten colour plates were printed per issue, and artists vied for the prestige of illustrating the...

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