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Louisiana Five Contracts Members of the Louisiana Five jazz band wear three-piece suits, 1919. Courtesy of Nunez family collection.

Louisiana Five Contracts Members of the Louisiana Five jazz band wear three-piece suits, 1919. Courtesy of Nunez family collection.

Almofadinhas : O guarda-roupa dos almofadinhas, como ficaram chamados os homens da época, era dominado por paletós e calças mais justas feitos de tecidos leves, sempre em cores claras. Esse novo estilo caracterizou uma geração que desejava enriquecer longe das influências familiares e valorizava a prática de esportes e a diversão.

Almofadinhas : O guarda-roupa dos almofadinhas, como ficaram chamados os homens da época, era dominado por paletós e calças mais justas feitos de tecidos leves, sempre em cores claras. Esse novo estilo caracterizou uma geração que desejava enriquecer longe das influências familiares e valorizava a prática de esportes e a diversão.

KIMONO SILK STORE in OLD JAPAN

KIMONO SILK STORE in OLD JAPAN

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Stas Svetlichnyy photographed by Mark Pillai with styling by Christopher Niquet for Details (October 2006).

Stas Svetlichnyy photographed by Mark Pillai with styling by Christopher Niquet for Details (October 2006).

1910s in Western fashion - Wikiwand

1910s in Western fashion - Wikiwand

INAISCE 12A/W

INAISCE 12A/W

1920s

1920s

Seasidefashionformen1915 - 1910s in Western fashion - Wikipedia

Seasidefashionformen1915 - 1910s in Western fashion - Wikipedia

1918 The fashionable man in the early 1910s was seen wearing a one or three button cutaway frock coat or the double breasted sack which is a straight lined jacket. Average width of the pants leg was a whopping 22 inches at the bottom. It was a 'dandy' type of look; the cane was standard, the collar was high (usually with a bow tie); a bowler or some type of hat was worn. A man's hat in those days was meant to coordinate with his outfit.

1918 The fashionable man in the early 1910s was seen wearing a one or three button cutaway frock coat or the double breasted sack which is a straight lined jacket. Average width of the pants leg was a whopping 22 inches at the bottom. It was a 'dandy' type of look; the cane was standard, the collar was high (usually with a bow tie); a bowler or some type of hat was worn. A man's hat in those days was meant to coordinate with his outfit.

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