Flanderian

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'20s and distaff, but so cool, I had to post.
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And more of our usual fare (might I note the white bucks w/red soles).
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Both very cool!

The top illustration reminds me of the the style that Laurence Fellows worked in prior to the very different one he evolved for AA/Esquire.

I really like the cut and fit in the bottom illustration, it's close to my personal paradigm, particularly the cut of the trousers on the gent on the right. 20-years ago, I might have been tempted to try to pull of a slightly less flamboyant version of that rig.
 

Fading Fast

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Both very cool!

The top illustration reminds me of the the style that Laurence Fellows worked in prior to the very different one he evolved for AA/Esquire.

I really like the cut and fit in the bottom illustration, it's close to my personal paradigm, particularly the cut of the trousers on the gent on the right. 20-years ago, I might have been tempted to try to pull of a slightly less flamboyant version of that rig.
You can feel an Egyptian-art influence in the illustrations from the '20s. I wonder if there's more to that than I think, since, with the discovery of King Tut's tomb in '22, there was a period of Egyptian mania in the US in the '20s.

In the bottom pic, as you note, the trouser on the gent to the right has a wonderful line.
 

Flanderian

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You can feel an Egyptian-art influence in the illustrations from the '20s. I wonder if there's more to that than I think, since, with the discovery of King Tut's tomb in '22, there was a period of Egyptian mania in the US in the '20s.

In the bottom pic, as you note, the trouser on the gent to the right has a wonderful line.
This is Fellows' earlier style to which I referred -


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