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Marvel at the beauty of postwar (World War II) fashion Trends


 Marvel at the beauty of post worrldwar II fashion Trends and styles

Cultural life of the world have proved that after the world war ended, women beautiful than ever, fashion and beauty they will quickly turn her, simply because the man has come back home, the woman would have reason to look beautiful and show her beauty

Vinstage Fashion photos below are taken by American female photographer – Genevieve Naylor. Genevieve, was born in Massachusetts, USA, in 1915 and moved to New York at age 18. There, she started her photography career through photo exhibition of famous photographers, and was inspired to pursue photography.

Admire the fashionable image post-World War II female photographer Genevieve Naylor made in the period from 1946-1956 year for the prestigious magazine:

1949 --- A fashion model poses in a skunk fur jacket designed by Christian Dior and holds a red calfskin handbag. --- Image by © Genevieve Naylor/Corbis

With talent and intelligence, acumen available, very fast, Genevieve has become one of the first female photographers were American news agency Associated Press reputation recruiting world.

1946 --- Modeling a Navy Blue Suit --- Image by © Genevieve Naylor/Corbis

After 1945, when World War II ended, Genevieve Naylor became a fashion photographer and the photos are usually made for the fashion magazine Vogue or reputation as Harper’s Bazaar. With feminine soul, Genevieve Naylor had no difficulty in making the splendor of fashion photos, vivid and unique.

1947, Connecticut, USA --- A fashion model poses in suede "pedal pushers" and a sweater behind one of Alexander Calder's mobiles at the artist's studio. --- Image by © Genevieve Naylor/Corbis

1948 --- Betty Bridges models a wool bengaline dress, a mink muff designed by Ester Dorothy, and gloves designed by Aris. --- Image by © Genevieve Naylor/Corbis

When viewing the photo of Genevieve fashion shoot in the period from 1946-1956 year, viewers will be amazed at the beauty of women’s fashion at the time. Cultural life of the world has shown that after a war ends, the women often become sensitive to fashion and beauty than ever.

1949 --- A woman models a striped raincoat with a red hood and umbrella. A man wearing a trenchcoat stands behind her with an umbrella. --- Image by © Genevieve Naylor/Corbis

1948 --- A fashion model wears a crepe dress by Clare Potter in the Kelekian Galleries. --- Image by © Genevieve Naylor/Corbis

There are a lot of reasons for this, by this time, when the war stopped, life returned to peace, economic stability and more gradually, first woman to have a more appropriate context to do pretty.

1948, Connecticut, USA --- A fashion model models wool shorts designed by Gold Wyner and sandals designed by Bernardo. --- Image by © Genevieve Naylor/Corbis

1948 --- Fashion model Dorian Leigh wears a green evening dress by Bruno. --- Image by © Genevieve Naylor/Corbis

Moreover, after the gloomy, grief of war, people want to see the rebirth of life. The beauty of a woman is one of the most significant symbols of life in peacetime. The man was returning home from the battlefield, and the woman, more than ever, suddenly yearning beauty.

1947 --- Modeling Coat Designed by Elsa Schiaparelli --- Image by © Genevieve Naylor/Corbis

1954, Paris, France --- Modeling an Outfit Designed by Capri --- Image by © Genevieve Naylor/Corbis

1948 --- Model Lisa Fonsagrives wears a strapless gray evening gown. --- Image by © Genevieve Naylor/Corbis

1949 --- Modeling a Joset Walker Outfit --- Image by © Genevieve Naylor/Corbis

 

1946 --- Carol Bruce Modeling a Gray Dress --- Image by © Genevieve Naylor/Corbis

 

1949 --- Modeling Black Dinner Dress by Martini --- Image by © Genevieve Naylor/Corbis

1950 --- Jean Pachett models a dress by Netti Rosenstein in the art-filled apartment of Raymond Loewy. --- Image by © Genevieve Naylor/Corbis

1954 --- A woman models a green plaid dress. --- Image by © Genevieve Naylor/Corbis

1948 --- Modeling Tunic Dress Designed by Tina Leser --- Image by © Genevieve Naylor/Corbis

1946, Manhattan, New York City, New York State, USA --- Modeling a Suit and Hat --- Image by © Genevieve Naylor/Corbis

1950 --- Modeling a Fox Fur Hat by John Frederics --- Image by © Genevieve Naylor/Corbis

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Jenny

 

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