Nineteen Twenties Collection
Step back in time to the roaring twenties, a decade of glamour and excitement
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Step back in time to the roaring twenties, a decade of glamour and excitement. In 1920s France, La vie Parisienne captivated readers with its stunning illustrations and captivating stories. The magazine showcased the beauty of women's swimming, transporting readers to sun-soaked beaches and sparkling blue waters. Meanwhile, C Herouard's illustrations in La Vie Parisienne pushed boundaries with their erotic undertones. From dancing cats to scandalous parties, these images captured the wild spirit of the era. Leo Fontan continued this trend in his illustrations for La Vie Parisienne, showcasing women's swimming once again but with a touch of elegance and sophistication that defined 1920s France. Georges Pavis took a different approach in his artwork for La Vie Parisienne. His illustrations depicted romantic moments between humans and horses, creating an enchanting world where love knew no bounds. Across the pond in the UK during the 1920s, Birds custard blancmange became a beloved dessert among families. Its creamy texture and sweet taste brought joy to households across Britain. In Limehouse, London, Mrs. Smith made her mark by waking up dockers with her trusty peashooter in 1927. This feisty woman was not afraid to make some noise. Whiteways cider gained popularity as it claimed to alleviate rheumatism and gout – offering relief through its delicious alcoholic beverage during this vibrant decade. In America during this time period sheet music jazz soared in popularity thanks to iconic composers like Irving Berlin who penned classics such as "Alexander's Ragtime Band. " These tunes filled dance halls across the nation with infectious energy. Ovaltine emerged on the scene in 1929 as a popular drink choice for tennis enthusiasts looking for refreshment after an intense match on court. Le Sourire magazine pushed boundaries further with its provocative content featuring drunks engaging in orgies at champagne-fueled parties - truly capturing the decadence and indulgence of the 1920s.