Stars des Années Folles

Elles sont ou auraient pu venir à Biarritz dans les Années Folles , elles ont apporté leur folie à cette période de notre histoire.
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F. Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald - 1920

Scott and Zelda Fitzgerald~ Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald was the muse of the Jazz Age. Zelda was Scott’s personal inspiration, the model for almost every fictional heroine he created. How beautiful

Alice White, 1920's

Flapper went against the conventional ideas of how women were supposed to act. They often drove cars and rode bicycles. Most flappers also drank alcohol. They went to parties late at night and also danced a lot.

Zelda Fitzgerald

Zelda Sayre Fitzgerald, born in Montgomery, AL.an American novelist and wife of writer F. Scott Fitzgerald, an icon of the - dubbed by her husband "the first American Flapper.

Diane Ellis and Carole Lombard, 1920.

Diane Ellis and Carole Lombard at the beach - Twenties style inspiration - summer - Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries

Coco Chanel

Mademoiselle Chanel & the Ritz. Despite having a beautiful apartment with the best view in Paris, she preferred to never sleep in her apartment but rather across the street in the Ritz.

Ziegfeld girl, 1920's...

'ween-spo Naomi Johnson, 1925 - Ziegfeld Follies- A favorite model of Alfred Cheney Johnston.

Clara Bow with a little friend - c. 1920’s

Clara Bow & her pet pup. Reverse photo caption says: How would you like to take the little dog’s place on Clara Bow’s lap? This picture was taken at Clara Bow’s home in Hollywood.

Joséphine Baker

Josephine Baker at the Follies Bergeres (Paris). JB was a BRAVE SPY who helped defeat the Nazis!

Hemingway et Pauline à san sebastian, espagne, 1927

Ernest Hemingway and Pauline Pfeiffer on the beach, San Sebastian, Spain, 1927

Buster Keaton

Famous Migraineurs by: Brittani Buster Keaton Known as one of the greatest comic legends of the silent screen not only was a producer, film writer, comedian, and director; but he struggled with the demons of chronic migraine and alcoholism.

Charlie Chaplin à Biarritz par les Frères Séeberger, 1931 - the little tramp had a decent beach bod, who knew?

Even though it is Autumn, October here in Tampa, Florida it is still 85 degrees, Charlie Chaplin Biarritz in the South of France - photo by Seeburger Brothers.

Gabrielle Coco Chanel qui porta un canotier de forme plus féminine, en réaction aux couvre-chefs très garnis des femmes de l'époque

Coco Chanel is really the Woman who changed the world of Fashion, designing Clothes that are bringing Freedom to women to be more Active within the society during the times of War.

Francis Scott Fitzgerald

Francis Scott Key Fitzgerald (September 1896 – December American author of novels and short stories.

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