Dreaming of a timeless, romantic wedding? Imagine lush, 1940s waves in your hair, or a champagne-colored gown women of the 1930s would’ve swooned over. Vintage weddings offer vast opportunities for unforgettable fashion, food, and design that all attendees will be eager to get involved in.
Introducing this week’s Deco Haus Queen of the week – the iconic Josephine Baker!
From jaw-dropping ensembles to an endless list of talents, the enchanting Josephine Baker never disappointed under the theatre lights of Carnegie Hall or at the Follies-Bergère in Paris. The 1920’s Missouri born starlet thrived not only in the United States, but claimed her fame at the peak of her career in Europe (where she earned more than any other European performer at that time!). Known for her bold moves in fashion, she paved the way for many deco queens. She even had a pet cheetah named Chiquita, who wore a diamond collar whilst Josephine walked her around town! Josephine wore many exotic, revealing outfits for all to see whilst performing her revolutionary dance routines. The iconic superstar even made humor of her approaches in fashion saying “I wasn’t really naked. I simply didn’t have any clothes on.”
The much anticipated Season 1 Finale of ABC’s Black-ish aired Wednesday, May 20th 2015 and it was fun, upbeat, and full of amazing Roaring 20’s fashion!
Tracee Ellis Ross was a Glamorous Flapper on the Season Finale of Black-ish!
The hit TV show Black-ish had a star studded, art deco, season finale with appearances from big names including Mary J Blige and Sean “Diddy” Combs.
When it comes to fashion, one of the most fun and classiest eras of style would have to be the “Roaring 20’s.” Why, you ask? Well, let us enlighten you on the fun and fancy of yesteryear.