Hollywood stars step out in furs for Christmas – 1928

It’s all  furs for winter 1928 – Almost everyone can scare up a thrill for Christmas – it means snappy, healthy weather, beautiful foxy furs, perfumes, violets, theatres and candlelight. There is something bewitching about the dark hours of winter and the Christmas atmosphere – and every woman plans her winter wardrobe for this delightfully colorful season. The movie stars have a…

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Bobbed Hairstyles of Hollywood’s Stars in 1925

The New Short Bobbed Hairstyles from Hollywood The latest bobbed hairstyles in 1925 as modeled by Hollywood actresses such as Leatrice Joy, Fay Wray, Marion Davies and Clara Bow. 1920s hairstyle report from 1925 Who said bobbed hair lacks variety? Not the movie stars. Merrily they bob and bewilder. Esther Ralston’s newest cut is trimmed out underneath, slicked flat and…

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1920s Fashion – Favourite Footwear of the Stars

Glamourdaze review of 1920s shoe fashions – When King Soloman remarked in an outburst of enthusiasm, “How beautiful are thy feet,O queen!” the lady in question must have been wearing an unusually attractive pair of sandals that evening! It takes pretty feet, of course, to give distinction to pretty shoes, but the right shoe can add charm to a foot…

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1920s Fashion – Hollywood Summer Dresses 1929

1920s Fashion Predictions for Hollywood – Summer 1929 –   With the Wall Street Crash just around the corner, it was all sweetness and light in California. Some of Hollywoods most glamorous stars model their chosen wardrobe for the coming season. Carolyn Van Wycks reports for Glamourdaze from May 1929. In color, line and design, Hollywood fashion offers its creative genius…

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Dutch Boy Haircut | Origin of an Iconic 1920’s Hairstyle

Mary Thurman’s Dutch boy –  bob haircut Louise Brooks and Colleen Moore often get the credit – but it was actress Mary Thurman who first created 1920’s hairstyle “waves” with her ultra modern straight short bob hairstyle in the early months of the new decade. Her bob – also known as the Dutch boy, is the most iconic of 1920’s…

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1920s Fashion – Hollywood Spring Wardrobe in 1929

Time capsule 1920’s fashion feature from April 1929 – Katherine Albert reports for Glamourdaze.com. Women the world over are now copying the styles set by today’s stars. Hollywood is giving Paris a run for its money. In this 1920s fashion report you will see the latest frocks,hats, sportswear, afternoon-wear and footwear of the stars. The studio designers go to Paris…

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A 1920s Cloche Hat Timeline – 1920 to 1929

Visual evolution of the diminutive cloche hat of the 1920s – Caroline Reboux’s bell or ‘cloche’ hat of the 1920s took some years to evolve, as this timeline of photographs show – originally published in Hollywood in September 1940.   This timeline features the following Hollywood actresses of the 1920s – Aileen Pringle, Gladys George,Billie Burke, ZaSu Pitts, Irene Rich, Norma…

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1920’s Bob – The Hairstyle Phenomenon of 1924

To bob or not to bob in 1924 The 1920s bob haircut craze of 1924 takes Hollywood by storm. The 12 Classic bobs.To bob or not to bob. Which actresses bobbed their hair.An exclusive interview with Colleen Moore, whose famous Dutch bob caused a worldwide rage. We also get the opinions of many other top Hollywood actresses on the pros…

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Simple Vintage 1920’s Hair and Makeup Tips

1920’s Beauty Lesson with actress Thelma Todd Before she was famous – and blonde – Paramount acting students Thelma Todd along with Mona Palma dish out these basic 1920’s hair and makeup tips every Hollywood bound girl should know. Back to March 1926 we go ….. How to apply Lip Rouge like a Flapper To apply lip rouge so that…

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1920s Fashion – The Twelve Hour Dress

1920s Style report – from Carolyn Van Wycks in 1927 – FROM luncheon to summer – all without a change of costume! Carmel Myers designed this four-in-one 1920s dress for the girl whose dates overlap. The gown is also called Bermuda Onion, because it can be unpeeled in layers. Carmel considers it the biggest invention since rolled stockings or the…

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