From the Gibson Girl
to the Land Girl, from the Flapper to the hippy, from Balenciaga to Alexander McQueen, contrasting fashion trends are represented in authentic detail.
an ex-Floradora chorus girl and Gibson Girl
model, was also the perfect model for Brinkley's pen.
The drawing depicts a liberated Gibson Girl
, with a hand, presumably of a man, reaching between her legs and approximately aligning with a medical illustration, printed on the flyer, of the digestive tract.
Cohan jumped from vaudeville to theater; and Gibson Girl
Evelyn Nesbit performed "The Wild Rose.
The assertiveness and confidence of the illustrated Gibson Girl
inspired real-life New Women.
These are typical of the Gibson Girl
of 1899 - a high neck, worn with a simple tie or a frilly and feminine jabot.
Queer creators have superbly refocused the traditional calendar girl through an all-female lens, sending up classic pinups such as the Gibson girl
, the Varga girl and the Tiger Beat toughie.
There are ten dolls in all, beginning (since they appeared out of chronological order) with Gibson Girl
Barbie, proceeding to Flapper Barbie, Egyptian Queen Barbie, Southern Belle Barbie, Medieval Lady Barbie, Elizabethan Queen Barbie, Grecian Goddess Barbie, Victorian Lady Barbie, French Lady Barbie, and finally Chinese Empress Barbie.
My mother's mother wore hers in a soft Gibson girl
If you've ever puzzled over the disappearance of fashionable silhouettes of previous decades--the bunker-chested Gibson Girl
of the 1910s, the boyish flapper girl of the 1920s--remember those styles peaked before the invention of bra cups for suspending each breast individually made the idea of both a bosom (singular) and a flat chest obsolete.
And treat yourself from the soda fountain and ice cream favourites atThe Gibson Girl
Ice Cream Parlour.