"Les Ann�es Folles (1919-1929), an exhibit at the Mus�e Galliera in Paris through March 30, makes a strong case for the flapper as modern icon. Many of the garments on display, especially the slinky dresses by Lanvin, Chanel, Patou and Vionnet, could be worn today and look exactly right," says New York Times Style Magazine writer Gioia Diliberto.

Visit the Paris Fashion Museum before the exhibit closes or read about it here...
1920's Paris Mode

And how do you evoke a Gatsby-esque persona costuming yourself for today?

Melissa Demiguel
French Culture Editor

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