1930s fashion

Vintage 1930s Miriam Haskell Bib Necklace and Bracelet Suite

Vintage 1930s Miriam Haskell Bib Necklace and Bracelet Suite Archaeologists were the heroes and adventurers of the early 20th Century. Their finds fired the imaginations of artists and writers, influencing the design aesthetic of the era. 1930s fashion incorporate many of these exotic influences. This vintage 1930s Miriam Haskell bib necklace and bracelet suite is [...]

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Vintage 1930s Julianelli Alligator Shoes

Vintage 1930s Julianelli Alligator Shoes Designed by Coty Award winner Mabel Julianelli, and sold through Bullock’s Wilshire (the toniest-of-tony in the 1930s). Julianelli shoes are in the permanent collection of every worth-its-salt museum’s fashion collection.   Styled with the rounded toe that was Julianelli’s preference, and accented with tiny brass nailheads. These shoes have been [...]

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Art Deco Brooch Vintage Bold 1930s Fashion

Art Deco Brooch Vintage Bold 1930s Fashion Very large Deco brooch – with this brooch vintage style from 1930s fashion can easily be yours. This Art Deco brooch features paisley swirls set with purple faceted stones, and a waterfall of very fine chain. The chain can be moved along the back for straightening. No maker’s [...]

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Kakkoii Mono + Depp + KCA = Slime!

Vintage 1930s Art Deco Pocket Square If you’re going to accept a Kids Choice Award that leads to slime, at least make the sartorial choice of a natty vintage chalk stripe vest and a vintage Art Deco 1930s silk pocket square – from Kakkoii Mono, of course. Johnny Depp did. Get his look with your [...]

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Vintage 1930s Elsa Schiaparelli Jacket

Vintage 1930s Elsa Schiaparelli Jacket It’s impossible to think of clothes from the 1930s without putting Elsa Schiaparelli at the forefront of the category.The figure-embracing constructions of Schiaparelli’s designs is exemplified perfectly by this vintage 1930s bolero jacket reflect a reverence for what she referred to as the “architecture” of the human form. The bolero [...]

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