When it comes to fashion magazines, Gazette du Bon Ton may not come to mind as quickly as quickly as Vogue or Harper's, but issues are highly sought after by connoisseurs of early twentieth-century couture. A selection of its stunning artwork is now available as prints from Easy Art, in partnership with the Courtauld Gallery.
Started in 1912, Gazette du Bon Ton was always a luxury publication (a yearly subscription would cost hundreds in today's money) and commissioned the finest illustrators of the period to create the gorgeous colour plates reproduced in each volume. The illustrations show the leading French couture of the period including fashions by the Houses of Worth, Paquin and Lanvin.
Now available for a much wider audience, there are 23 different designs to inspire in this range – including one of classic 1920s Renault sports car – selected from different dates of the magazine's run, right up until its closure in 1925.
Prices start at £19.95 for print onto fine art paper.