Art Gout Beauty. French monthly of the 1920s founded by the heirs of Albert Godde Bedin, a famous silk manufacturer in Lyon. At the beginning, the magazine favored articles about fabrics and their manufacture. Then there were stories about the history of costume, fashion, life in Paris, and high society. These alternated with pictures of models and illustrations of furs, hats, children’s wear and accessories. At the time, this magazine was the symbol of Parisian elegance. Art Gout Beauty reproduced the creations of the great designers in their original colors. It was richly produced and printed on glossy paper. Additionally articles written in three languages (French, English and German), and illustrated with small color prints and mezzotint engravings inserted into the text.
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