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1910s-1920s Styles & Subjects


The decades before and after World War I were very different and paper dolls dressed in fashions from these two periods are opposite extremes. The 1910s was a time of lavish luxury and languid elegance where’s the 1920s Jazz Age as a frenzy party with fashion running wild, all fringe, beads and the bee’s knees.


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Art Deco Paper Dolls

Art Deco Paper Dolls

Talented artist Norma-Lu Meehan presents a special collection of paper dolls depicting the influence of the Art Deco movement on fashion of the '20s and '30s. Three sophisticated Deco dolls model 25 outfits exemplifying the revolutionary cultural change that gave fashion a streamlined, modern vision. Designers such as Coco Chanel, Paul Poiret, Madeleine Vionnet and Erte were inspired by modern artists to create...
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Art Nouveau Paper Dolls

Art Nouveau Paper Dolls

The Art Nouveau movement during 1890-1910 inspired a then-new design esthetic for everything from architecture and furniture to fine art and jewelry. It was characterized by the undulating, curvilinear lines found in peacock feathers, vines, flowers, windswept clouds and flowing waters. In this beautiful new Art Nouveau paper doll book, artist Norma Lu Meehan expresses the grace that defines the period with 20...
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COUTURE: The Extravagance of the 1910s Paper Dolls

COUTURE: The Extravagance of the 1910s Paper Dolls

Jim Howard, one of the greatest fashion illustrators of all-time, continues his decade-by-decade tribute to Couture fashion. His newest book for Paper Studio Press addresses the 1910s, a period when women in hobble skirts inched towards comfort, abandoned corsets and donned extravagant creations of silk, satin and velvet, lavishly trimmed with lace and fur. Two pretty paper dolls wear marvelous outfits by top...
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COUTURE: The Many Faces of the 1920s

COUTURE: The Many Faces of the 1920s

Famed fashion illustrator turned paper doll artist, Jim Howard, continues his series of high fashion paper doll books that define style, decade by decade. His elegant freestyle artwork perfectly captures the essence of each decade. This new eight page volume represents the extreme fashion swings of the turbulent 1920s when style went from post-war romanticism to streamlined Art Deco. Every page is a work of art with...
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Deco Days Paper Dolls to Color 'n Cut

Deco Days Paper Dolls to Color 'n Cut

To color or not to color? The choice is yours for this handsome Art Deco Paper Doll coloring book by Bruce Patrick Jones. The 16 pages of black and white designs can be enjoyed as is, or use your coloring creativity to put your own mark on the Roaring Twenties fashions, figures and designs. The fashions of that fabulous era are back in the spotlight with the Academy Award winning vintage period costumes in "The...
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Masquerade Party Paper Dolls

Masquerade Party Paper Dolls

This new paper doll book by talented Sandra Vanderpool invites you to see how much fun it would have been to go to a masquerade party during the Art Deco decade of the Roaring Twenties. That was a period when society went wild with post wartime relief and giddy parties awash with bathtub gin were all the rage. The most popular parties then were fancy dress affairs and this paper doll extravaganza celebrates the...
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Paris Fashion Paper Dolls & Designer Styles 1919-1939

Paris Fashion Paper Dolls & Designer Styles 1919-1939

Probably the period of greatest change in 20th century fashion took place between the two world wars. Women finally threw off the tyranny of the corset, heavy skirts and layers of underwear to embrace the freedom of 1920s and 30s styles. And Paris designers enjoyed creating looks inspired by new art movements such as Art Deco and Surrealism. This wonderful book by Brenda Sneathen Mattox offers two dolls and 16...
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The Changing Shape of Fashion

The Changing Shape of Fashion

From farthingales to empire waistlines to hoopskirts to bustles to hobble skirts to streamlined shifts, the fashion silhouette is ever changing. Waistlines wander. Sleeves explode. Bosoms rise and fall. This new paper doll book by antique fashion expert and talented artist, Brenda Sneathen Mattox, explores the shape shifting phenomenon. This fascinating focus on fashion history is illuminating as well as being a...
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