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The flapper dress

June 7, 2013

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In the golden 1920s, young women with bobbed hair, excessive make-up and indecent short skirts were called flappers. In complete disregard of the manners, they were furiously hoping at cocktail parties and indulging in casual sex, until the Black Tuesday changed the world forever.

The flapper dress is back and so is the Great Gatsby. Since this time the crash is already behind us, can we obliviously dress up and return to cocktails under the summer sky?

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