Tuesday, November 10, 2009
"In the 1920s, the word "flapper" described a young woman who rebelled against convention. Like jazz music, the gangster, and the speakeasy, the rebellious and fun-loving flapper was a product of 1920s urban America. Most American women were not flappers, but the flapper's shocking behavior set a tone that helped many women explore Jazz Age freedoms without fear." ~ Chicago Historical Society
Click the title to get to the website created by Kristin McCormack and more random images from the 2004 Black and White Spider Awards Winners Gallery.
You can thank Jackie and Lara too, for their Great Gatsby 1920s clothing wesbite.