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Casino de Paris

Casino de Paris

Miss de Lineuil - Scala brk

Miss de Lineuil - Scala brk

(1920's) This source is a picture of women flappers posing for the camera. Flappers were very, very popular in the 1920’s, especially across Canada. Many Canadian men looked and “hanged out” with flappers post WW1, as they did not want to return to the society’s rules and roles. These men carried a carefree type of spirit. Many young Canadian women became flappers in order to make “easy cash”.

(1920's) This source is a picture of women flappers posing for the camera. Flappers were very, very popular in the 1920’s, especially across Canada. Many Canadian men looked and “hanged out” with flappers post WW1, as they did not want to return to the society’s rules and roles. These men carried a carefree type of spirit. Many young Canadian women became flappers in order to make “easy cash”.

Manish Arora. Indian Couture.

Manish Arora. Indian Couture.

What the....

What the....

vintage everyday: Dancers of the Casino de Paris, c.1915

vintage everyday: Dancers of the Casino de Paris, c.1915

Le Corsaire Odalisque Variation

Le Corsaire Odalisque Variation

A really Amazing hat

A really Amazing hat

casinodeparis Keeping with the ornamental theme that seems to suit the season, here is a colorized vintage showgirl. Although, now that I look at it again, the green shoes do seem a bit over the top…  what do you think? - See more at: http://www.adancersprism.com/category/costume/page/3/#sthash.AvxciHt0.dpuf

casinodeparis Keeping with the ornamental theme that seems to suit the season, here is a colorized vintage showgirl. Although, now that I look at it again, the green shoes do seem a bit over the top… what do you think? - See more at: http://www.adancersprism.com/category/costume/page/3/#sthash.AvxciHt0.dpuf

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