More selections of children in darling attire. Fashion illustrations from “Modes de Paris. Costumes d’enfant” which came out in 1810. Taken from a post on the page amiancien.livejournal.com.

“Toquet (toque) de Velours, Robe et Pantalon de Perkale.” 1810. In the public domain due to age. via https://amiancien.livejournal.com/27632.html
“Chapeau de Feutre, Redingotte et Pantelon de Mousseline.” 1810. In the public domain due to age. via https://amiancien.livejournal.com/27632.html
“Touqet en mousseline brodée, robe Perkale.” 1810. In the public domain due to age. via https://amiancien.livejournal.com/27632.html
“Bourrelet de Perkale, Gilet à Revers, Pantalon pareil.” 1810. In the public domain due to age. via https://amiancien.livejournal.com/27632.html

Be the it girl of your town. 1913 style straight from Paris from issue number 56 of the fashion magazine “Journal des Dames et des Modes.” One from number 55.

Set in ermine and polecat. Plate 127.
“Set in ermine and polecat.” Plate 127, issue number 56. Printed in color on laid paper and signed “LOEZE” on the lower right. Image © Librairie Le Feu Follet – Paris. Fair use license. via https://www.edition-originale.com/en/prints-engravings-photographs/prints-xxe/-costumes-parisiens-parure-dhermine-et-1913-57793?id_recherche=5d98767734245

"An amazon." Plate 126.
“An amazon.” Plate 126, issue number 56. Printed in color on laid paper and signed “BMB” (Bernard Boutet de Monvel) on the lower right. Image © Librairie Le Feu Follet – Paris. Fair use license. via https://www.edition-originale.com/en/prints-engravings-photographs/prints-xxe/-costumes-parisiens-une-amazone-1913-57792?id_recherche=5d9878bd9deb1

h-3000-van-brock_jan-_costumes-parisiens-manteau-de-putois-a-col-de-renard-pl124-journal-des_1913_edition-originale_1_57790
“Fox coat with fox collar.” Plate 124, issue number 55. Printed in color on laid paper and signed “JvB” (Jan Van Brock) on the lower right. Image © Librairie Le Feu Follet – Paris. Fair use license. via https://www.edition-originale.com/en/prints-engravings-photographs/prints-xxe/-costumes-parisiens-manteau-de-putois-1913-57790?id_recherche=5d98798bb6805

Dress like summer will never end. Fashion sketches by 1920’s queen of the avant-garde Sonia Delaunay. From “ses Peintures, ses Objets, ses Tissus simultanés, ses Modes.”

Page 14. 1922-23.
Page 14. 1922-23. Image © Reed College, Portland. Fair use license. via https://rdc.reed.edu/c/artbooks/s/r?_pp=20&s=4c0e890724b4bd2d4211022f9f4d7bbdc24c8c87&p=23&pp=1

Page 5 (detail). 1922-23.
Page 5 (detail). 1922-23. Image © Reed College, Portland. Fair use license. via https://rdc.reed.edu/c/artbooks/s/r?_pp=20&s=4c0e890724b4bd2d4211022f9f4d7bbdc24c8c87&p=17&pp=1

Page 6. 1920.
Page 6. 1920. Image © Reed College, Portland. Fair use license. via https://rdc.reed.edu/c/artbooks/s/r?_pp=20&s=4c0e890724b4bd2d4211022f9f4d7bbdc24c8c87&p=16&pp=1

Illustrations right out of the Parisian jazz age with a saxophone lingering behind somewhere. All of these being from 1919. André Édouard Marty, illustrator (1882-1974).

"Le Bal de Sauvages" from Modes et Manières d'aujourd'hui. Plate 17.
“Le Bal de Sauvages” from Modes et Manières d’aujourd’hui. Plate 17. Vintage. via https://matouenpeluche.typepad.com/matouenpeluche/2015/07/andr%C3%A9-%C3%A9douard-marty.html

"Le Golf," from  "Modes et Manières d'aujourd'hui."
“Le Golf,” from “Modes et Manières d’aujourd’hui.” Plate 18. Vintage. via https://myonebeautifulthing.com/2018/11/18/pochoir/

"Les Ailes dans le Vent," from "Modes et Manières d'aujourd'hui."
“Les Ailes dans le Vent,” from “Modes et Manières d’aujourd’hui.” Plate 12. Vintage. via http://www.artophile.com/Artwork/PublicDisplay_AE_Marty_Les_Ailes_Dans_Le_Vent_1152_33.htm

Frocks in colors as bright as the confetti at your Bastille Day party. Fashion sketches by 1920’s Queen of the avant-garde Sonia Delaunay. From “ses Peintures, ses Objets, ses Tissus simultanés, ses Modes.”

Page 2. 1925.
Page 2. 1925. Image © Reed College, Portland. Fair use license. via https://rdc.reed.edu/c/artbooks/s/r?_pp=20&s=4c0e890724b4bd2d4211022f9f4d7bbdc24c8c87&p=20&pp=1

Page 5. 1922-1923 (detail).
Page 5. 1922-1923 (detail). Image © Reed College, Portland. Fair use license. via https://rdc.reed.edu/c/artbooks/s/r?_pp=20&s=4c0e890724b4bd2d4211022f9f4d7bbdc24c8c87&p=17&pp=1

Page 16. 1923.
Page 16. 1923. Image © Reed College, Portland. Fair use license. via https://rdc.reed.edu/c/artbooks/s/r?_pp=20&s=4c0e890724b4bd2d4211022f9f4d7bbdc24c8c87&p=19&pp=1

Revolutionary art by internationally known Russian artist Aleksandra Ekster (Alexandra Exter). Living from 1882 to 1949, she was a member of the Cubo-Futurist, Suprematist, and Constructivist schools.

Costume for a female character. 1924.
Costume for a female character. 1924. Collection of ND Lobanowa-Rostowski. Cc0 License 2.0 BY-SA. via https://www.vogue.pl/a/aleksandra-ekster-amazonka-awangardy

Costume design for Salome. 1917.
Costume design for Salome. 1917. Collection of the Moscow Museum of Modern Art, Moscow. In the public domain. via https://www.wikiart.org/en/aleksandra-ekster/costume-design-for-salome-1917

Costume designs for a production of Salome. 1917.
Costume designs for a production of Salome. 1917. Image © Miriam Schapiro. Fair use license. via https://www.wikiart.org/en/miriam-schapiro/aleksandra-ekster-costume-designs-for-a-1917-production-of-salome

Study for a male costume. 1920.
Study for a male costume. 1920. Gouache on cardboard. Image © Artforum.com. Fair use license. via https://www.artforum.com/print/previews/201001/alexandra-exter-24530

Costume design for "Phoenician Women." 1914.
Costume design for “Phoenician Women.” 1914. In the public domain in the United States because it was published before January 1, 1924. via https://styleupyourday.com/tag/%D0%B6%D0%B8%D0%B2%D0%BE%D0%BF%D0%B8%D1%81%D1%8C/

Sketches of dresses as bright as a flag against the sky on a day in summer. Sonia Delaunay, designer. From “ses Peintures, ses Objets, ses Tissus simultanés, ses Modes” which came out in the mid 1920’s in Paris.

Page 10. 1923-1924.
Page 10. 1923-1924. Image © Reed College, Portland. Fair use license. via https://rdc.reed.edu/c/artbooks/s/r?_pp=20&s=4c0e890724b4bd2d4211022f9f4d7bbdc24c8c87&p=11&pp=1

Page 12. 1923.
Page 12. 1923. Image © Reed College, Portland. Fair use license. via https://rdc.reed.edu/c/artbooks/s/r?_pp=20&s=4c0e890724b4bd2d4211022f9f4d7bbdc24c8c87&p=15&pp=1

Page 9. 1923.
Page 9. 1923. Image © Reed College, Portland. Fair use license. via https://rdc.reed.edu/c/artbooks/s/r?_pp=20&s=4c0e890724b4bd2d4211022f9f4d7bbdc24c8c87&p=14&pp=1

Page 7. 1915.
Page 7. 1915. Image © Reed College, Portland. Fair use license. via https://rdc.reed.edu/c/artbooks/s/r?_pp=20&s=4c0e890724b4bd2d4211022f9f4d7bbdc24c8c87&p=24&pp=1

1920’s chic in every hue of a box of paints. Prints from Sonia Delaunay’s “ses Peintures, ses Objets, ses Tissus simultanés, ses Modes”, published by the Paris Librairie des Arts Decoratifs around 1925. Plus another that snuck in when I wasn’t looking.

Swimsuit designs. 1928.
Swimsuit designs. 1928. Fair use license. via http://www.dailyartmagazine.com/sonia-delaunay-clothing/

Plate 11. 1919-1923.
Plate 11. 1919-1923. Image © Reed College, Portland, Oregon. Fair use license. via https://rdc.reed.edu/c/artbooks/s/r?_pp=20&query=%22Ses%20Peintures,%20Ses%20Objets%22&s=577d04eca837a7c270a81b770b5755488bfb51d1&p=1&pp=1

Page 13. 1924-1925.
Page 13. 1924-1925. Image © Reed College, Portland, Oregon. Fair use license. via https://rdc.reed.edu/c/artbooks/s/r?_pp=20&query=%22Ses%20Peintures,%20Ses%20Objets%22&s=577d04eca837a7c270a81b770b5755488bfb51d1&p=5&pp=1

Page 2. 1925.
Page 2. 1925. Image © Swann Galleries, New York. Fair use license. via https://www.swanngalleries.com/news/2018/12/upcoming-highlights-fine-illustrated-books-graphics/

1923-1924. Page 18.
1923-1924. Page 18. Image © Reed College, Portland, Oregon. Fair use license. via https://rdc.reed.edu/c/artbooks/s/r?_pp=20&query=”Ses%20Peintures,%20Ses%20Objets”&s=577d04eca837a7c270a81b770b5755488bfb51d1&p=9