Saturday, December 12, 2009

La Vie A La Mode

Thanks to Swing Fashionista for mentioning the Jaloux Gallery, where you can virtually flip through issues of french fashion magazine L'Officiel de la Mode dating back to the 20s, 30s and beyond. I spent WAY too much time on there today perusing the 1933-35 issues. SWOON! Interestingly, one of the first images I encountered was of a French Baroness with her dog. Hmmm....does anyone believe in reincarnation ;) Oops, sorry Baronne, I somehow screen capped a cursor right in the middle of her. Accident (or Baroness to Baroness sabotage?) There were just so many breathtaking images I didn't know which to choose. Lots of Chanel and Schiaparelli (such as last image). My favourite has to be the woman in the second picture. One of the most beautiful faces I've ever seen. Okay, off to swoon again.

baroness de paris30sbeauty






Music I'm Listening To: Nouvelle Vague's version of Depeche MODE's "Just Can't Get Enough"!


Maggi said...

What a cool find, I can see why you would spend a ton of time there! lol I was looking through my mags yesterday and found one from 1933-1935, forgot I had them! lol

Francy Jeanne said...

Hey! There's an award waiting for you at my blog. Love reading your posts! And I will most likely get addicted to that gallery as well!

Anonymous said...

Great. Another website to spend days looking at! :) Geeee...thanks...I think!

Kelley Anne said...

Beautiful photos. I think the second to last one is my favorite. Something about the pale outfit and those long lines...oh and maybe the hat too:)

Jessica Cangiano said...

There are scarcely words to describe the elegant chicness that radiates through these gorgeous photos! Stunning finds, Baroness, thank you very much for sharing!

Oodles of hugs,
♥ Jessica

Andi B. Goode said...

Oooh. I love that version of Just Can't Get Enough. I think Nouvelle Vague is great.
-Andi x

Lauren Hairston said...

I'm finally getting the chance to look through some of your older posts. (I adore Myrna Loy, by the way.) Thanks for giving this link! I have a copy of the Spring 1963 L'Officiel that I bought at an estate sale, but I can't afford the older copies, so I am super-excited that they're available on the internet. I know what I'm going to be up to this weekend!