The Wave of Fashion on Steamships - 1925
Pictorial on what fashionable First-Class and Cabin-Class Women were wearing in early 1925 during their voyages across the Atlantic and trips to the continent of Europe as reported in the Cunarder Magazine.
An Ideal Coat for Travel and Sport Wear
A slim, straight-lined wrap of fitch, in gorgeous shades of sable and orange. H. Jaeckel & Sons.
Dressed for Milder Days on the Continent
The coat is of metal brocade with collar and cuffs of a white fox. The hat is coral felt with white straw. Bruck-Weiss.
Dressed for an Afternoon on the Riviera
Black silk, with a blouse of pink satin. The attractive black satin slippers designed by Shoecraft.
A Sumptuous Black Velvet Costume
The Princess Matchabelli in a draped velvet gown, with a chiffon velvet wrap trimmed with kolinsky. Henri Bendel.
“On The Crest of the Wave of Fashion” in The Cunarder, Volume 8, No. 2, February 1925, P.28. Photographs Courtesy of the Fairchild Fashion Service.