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Les Années folles. Photography, suits and shoes from the Shoe Icons collection

A page from La vie parisien magazine.
France, 1926. Unknown Author (by Acme).
Shoes and leather show at Waldorf Astoria.
New York, USA, 1936. Unknown author (Culver Pictures Inc.).
Sheer silk stockings so finely sensitized that a photograph can be printed upon the, is the latest whim of the smart young woman. Estelle Clark, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer player, conceived the idea of wearing the favourite boyfriend’s picture on her hose. She consulted one of the photographic experts at the studio and discovered that a chiffon stocking could be so highly sensitized that a photograph could be reproduced upon it.
1925—1928 Unknown Author (International Newsreel Photo)
Peacock tongue. Something new in the shoe line. Just take one walk like showgoing. It is one of the exhibits at the boot and shoe show in London. It has all the colors of the peacock which it represents and threatens to become novelty.
London, Great Britain, 1922. Le mignon petit soulier [A cute little shoe].
Advertisement for Perugia shoes brand.
Artist: Jean Grangier.
A page from La Gezelle magazine.
France, 1924. Unknown author.
Sally Rand appears in Paramount’s ‘The Dressmaker from Paris’.
USA, 1925. Charles Sheldon.
Ad for Fox Shoes,
1915–1920. Unknown author.
Bebe Daniels in ‘Twoo weeks with pay’.
USA, 1921. Unknown author.
1920s. Unknown author.
Dancing couple.
USA, 1930s Unknown author.
Merna Kennedy is doing the role of ‘Billie’ in the Universal’s ‘Broadway’. This bizarre negligee robe is of orange, red and yellow, quilted silk.
USA, 1929. Unknown author.
USA, 1921–1923.

A page from La vie parisien magazine. France, 1926.

Unknown Author (by Acme). Shoes and leather show at Waldorf Astoria. New York, USA, 1936.

Unknown author (Culver Pictures Inc.). Sheer silk stockings so finely sensitized that a photograph can be printed upon the, is the latest whim of the smart young woman. Estelle Clark, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer player, conceived the idea of wearing the favourite boyfriend’s picture on her hose. She consulted one of the photographic experts at the studio and discovered that a chiffon stocking could be so highly sensitized that a photograph could be reproduced upon it. 1925—1928

Unknown Author (International Newsreel Photo) Peacock tongue. Something new in the shoe line. Just take one walk like showgoing. It is one of the exhibits at the boot and shoe show in London. It has all the colors of the peacock which it represents and threatens to become novelty. London, Great Britain, 1922.

Le mignon petit soulier [A cute little shoe]. Advertisement for Perugia shoes brand. Artist: Jean Grangier. A page from La Gezelle magazine. France, 1924.

Unknown author. Sally Rand appears in Paramount’s ‘The Dressmaker from Paris’. USA, 1925.

Charles Sheldon. Ad for Fox Shoes, 1915–1920.

Unknown author. Bebe Daniels in ‘Twoo weeks with pay’. USA, 1921.

Unknown author. 1920s.

Unknown author. Dancing couple. USA, 1930s

Unknown author. Merna Kennedy is doing the role of ‘Billie’ in the Universal’s ‘Broadway’. This bizarre negligee robe is of orange, red and yellow, quilted silk. USA, 1929.

Unknown author. USA, 1921–1923.

Moscow, 6.03—19.05.2019

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As part of the XI International Biennale "Fashion and Style in Photos 2019"
Curators: Nazim and Elena Mustafayevy
As part of the XI International Biennale "Fashion and Style in Photos 2019"
Curators: Nazim and Elena Mustafayevy

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