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1932 by George Hoyningen-Huene Model is wearing a Rose Descat hat, and a beaver-trimmed coat and scarf, both by Lucien Lelong.

Georger Hoyningen-Huene: Model wearing Rose Descat hat, and beaver-trimmed coat and scarf, both by Lucien Lelong, 1932

Worth Dress - April 1936 - Les Modes, 30s plaid day dress photo print ad model hat gloves purse on the street

Worth Dress - April 1936 - Les Modes, plaid day dress photo print ad model hat gloves purse on the street Note lovely SLEEVES.

Lucien Lelong, 1935.  Black satin trimmed in silver fox.

Lucien Lelong, Black satin trimmed in silver fox. Lucien Lelong is underrated--I really love his styles.

Wilhelmina is wearing a silk hat decorated with large silk roses, called L’Imperatrice, (The Empress) from Mr. John's 'Boldini' collection for autumn and winter 1964.     (can you imagine people wearing hats like these today? so lovely and extravagant!)

Wilhelmina is wearing a silk hat decorated with large silk roses, called L’Imperatrice, (The Empress) from Mr. John's 'Boldini' collection for autumn and winter (can you imagine people wearing hats like these today? so lovely and extravagant!

Love the collar, accentuates the neck and drops the shoulders.

Model in double-breasted wool coat with large collar by Anthony Blotta, Vogue, October 1951

"In the 1930s, the fashionable women of Shanghai always wore a qipao of long and slender cut with a pair of high heels. This foto shows the Shanghai film celeb, Chen Yanyan, around 1935."

circa Fashionable Shanghai film star Chen Yanyan in a full length, fitted and slender cut Qipao.

Create realistic feathers by following designer John Koch's steps in this tutorial. An added bonus is that no birds had to suffer or die in the name of fashion!

Make Faux Feathers from Fabric and Wire

John Koch -- Feathers made from fabric wire. More on hats trimmings at same linki