Photographed by André Durst (1907 - 1949). "A wealthy heir, André Durst approached photography not as a professional activity but as a passion fueled by his strong acquaintance with Paris’avant-garde. A close friend of the Noailles and the sponsor of Salvador Dali and Elsa Schiaparelli, the French photographer caught the eye of Vogue."
A design by Madeline Vionnet who has known as the first designer introduced bias cut tutorial and her elegance Grecian-style in 1920s. The bias cut make women 's dress become supple,sleek, flattering, body-skimming. This is revolutionize women's clothing.