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Fashion Designers of 1916

Ladies high-fashion dresses from the "Illustrations of Model Gowns Catalog," Spring 1916 issue, for the Harry Angelo Company located in New York City & Paris, France. The business was contracted to take orders for the designers. Below are 42 ladies' dresses representing 14 fashion designers that were available for this season during World War I. Each illustration shows front and back views of the dress.

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Alice Bernard:


Georges Doeuillet:




House of Jenny (Jeanne Adele Bernard):

Charles Klein:

Martial & Armand:




Website Bibliographical Information:

"Illustrations of Model Gowns, Harry Angelo Company," New York & Paris, Spring 1916.

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