Flapper: The Impact Of The 1920s

Flapper: The Impact Of The 1920s
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Flapper On fashion.psfk, Michelle Morton-Banks writes about the huge impact the 20s have had on the world since.

Guy Brighton
  • 12 april 2006


On fashion.psfk, Michelle Morton-Banks writes about the huge impact the 20s have had on the world since:

The roaring 20’s saw women use fashion to show off their new
identity – freedom, independence and a break from the feminine norm – a
modern woman with a modern mind. Masculine elements in female costume
permeated the wardrobes of many. Around the same time dress levels rose
– women baring pants was just as daring as exposing limbs. Women became
a rebels – by the mid 1920’s the style was coined ‘ The Flapper’.

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