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Nothing English about her except her looks. Mlle Gregoritz, who has attained Featured Art Deco Glamour Image

Nothing English about her except her looks. Mlle Gregoritz, who has attained

Nothing English about her except her looks.
Mlle Gregoritz, who has attained considerable notoriety in Vienna, by reason of a novel competition organised by a popular weekly journal, which published the portraits of 12 girls of a different countries, readers having to write against each other what they believed to be the nationality of the individual shown. A large money prize was offered for 100 per cent correct solution but no one guessd correctly owing to the fact that more than 80 per cent of the voters wrote English against the portrait of Mlle Gregoritz who, in point of fact is a pretty Viennese.
19 March 1927

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Javanese Royalty gives Paris a new sensation. Princess Fazil, sent to Holland Featured Art Deco Glamour Image

Javanese Royalty gives Paris a new sensation. Princess Fazil, sent to Holland

Javanese Royalty gives Paris a new sensation.
Princess Fazil, sent to Holland to complete her education, was the despair of her mistresses, displaying no desire to learn Dutch, but being always eager to show them how the temple maidens dance in Java. Through friends in Paris she obtained an engagement at Olympia where her remarkable performance has again proved that Europe can learn much from the East.
30 September 1927

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Faith in her own invention causes concussion of the brain. Mme Auguste Hallmann Featured Art Deco Glamour Image

Faith in her own invention causes concussion of the brain. Mme Auguste Hallmann

Faith in her own invention causes concussion of the brain.
Mme Auguste Hallmann who invented a hunting hat fitted with a pneumatic cushion, which she believed would banish all risk attending a toss. During a exhibition she put her horse to a high wall and then deliberately fell onto her head, with disastrous results to herself.
19 June 1926

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