Published June 15, 1922
Few may realize that Vogue featured articles on period costumes, with illustrations by artist Claire Avery, who provided, from 1921 to 1934, a beautiful array of looks—from Ancient Egyptian to Edwardian. Accompanying 'Fashion Flowers in Renaissance Italy' in the June 15, 1922, Vogue, this trim gentleman is dressed in the height of fashion with a shortened doublet, elbow-length sleeves held together with lacings, form-fitting hose with decorative garters tied below the knees, and a jaunty low crown cap.
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