|Title||Sportswear, 1927 |
|Publisher||Les Idees Nouvelles de la Mode et des Arts |
|Place of Publication||France -- Paris |
|Publication Date||1927 |
|Original Source||Les Idees Nouvelles de la Mode et des Arts (No. 3, plate 12) |
|Notes||Left pattern: Two-piece outfit. Skirt in white tuslikasha with knife-pleats in contrasting pink. Sweater blouse in pink with narrow inset sleeves and white sailor collar. Hem and cuffs trimmed with applied triangles in white. Accessorized with a croquet mallet.|
Center pattern: Two-piece outfit. Pleated skirt in pink tuslikasha. Collared sweater blouse in white with wide inset sleeves gathered at the cuff and a large gold bow attached at the collar. Blouse trimmed with a gold vee applied at the front, and with gold squares applied at each side. Cuffs trimmed in matching gold, and blouse finished with a narrow white belt buckled at the waist.
Right pattern: Two-piece outfit. Pleated overskirt in printed tuslikasha with a long slit at the left extending to the waist. Worn over a straight underskirt in white with buttons along the side. Sweater blouse in white with cuffed, narrow inset sleeves. Trimmed with narrow bands of gold applied at each hip. Accessorized with a long, fringed scarf in a pattern matching the overskirt.
The artistic director of Les Idees Nouvelles is G.P. Joumard.
|TGM Subjects||Women--Clothing & dress|
|Digital Collection||Fashion Plate Collection|
|Order Number||COS513 |
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|Repository||University of Washington Libraries. Special Collections Division |
|Repository Collection||Fashion Plate Collection (Uncataloged)|
|Object Type||Fashion illustration|
|Physical Description||pochoir, hand-colored ; 31 x 23 cm. |
|Digital Reproduction Information||Scanned from original image at 400 dpi saved in TIFF format, resized and enhanced using Adobe Photoshop, and imported as JPEG2000 using Contentdm software's JPEG2000 Extension. 2009. |