...Already in the decade preceding the Third Reich, female fashion had become a locus of contentious debate in Germany. In reaction to the “Garçonne” style that had become popular in the post-World War I years, conservative critics railed...
...There were random free spaces in the cage of the devil.Quotation Johannes Weyl, chief editor of Das Blatt der Hausfrau and, later, head of Ullstein Verlag’s newspaper department and, then, its chief business director after the Ullstein...
Connie Amaden-Crawford is President and CEO of Fashion Patterns by Coni, a member of the Sewing Hall of Fame, and a licensed designer for The McCall Pattern Company under the Butterick label. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.
Berg Encyclopedia of World Dress and Fashion Volume 8: West Europe
...German dress in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries was closely linked to French–German relations. Critics disapproved of affluent German women’s fondness for French styles. During the Napoleonic wars, German rural folk dress often...
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