1980 / 112 PAGES.
Language: In two editions: Italian, French
The myth of Paris as the capital of everything was also fuelled by gems like the Journal des Dames et des Modes; this sophisticated and original fashion magazine came out three times a month between 1912 and 1914.
This second volume completes the fashion show of the gaily-coloured, sophisticated, luxurious and astounding Costumes Parisiens, with a parade of gentlemen and ladies caught in the most important moments of society of the time – from masked balls to horse races, from promenades in the Bois to tea ceremonies. A blend of naivety and perversion that breathes new life into the enchantment of a gilded age that has become fabulous and legendary.