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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Coco Chanel Coco Chanel Information Friends Coco Chanel Coco Chanel Coco Chanel Coco Chanel Coco Chanel Born: August 19, 1883 Full name Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel Coco Chanel Coco Chanel Coco Chanel French Fashion Designer Ouch! My dogs are tired! Always walking around and being on my feet 24/7 working with Time Magazine has made me really worn out lately, but on the flipside Magazines has helped the 1920's & mass media tremendously. You know your onions when you finally say women can vote. Roles for women were super popular and well needed to show women's independence & freedom. Jazz music was a hit in the 1920's! Given my nickname Coco, which was a nickname for the jazz songs I used to sing, it made a huge cultural change. "Beauty begins the moment you decide to be yourself" Rhatz! I wish there was sometime of organization to make making and selling things more efficient. Oh wait, there's the assembly line! The assembly line really did turn the country around. LouisArmstrong BessieSmith Flapper Dress Flapper Hat Lace Corset With a waistline at the hips and a hem anywhere from the calf to the knee, flapper dresses define the 1920s almost more than any other A shorter, lightly boned corset with a front-opening is worn to help slim the hips. The most stylish hats worn byflappers in the1920's. New Radio! Provides for easeir entertainment andaccess. Keep foods andbeverages cool with the brand new refrigerator. Nickelodeons are a real fascination! It brings friends & family together faster than you could say "Now you're on the Trolly" With the new cool male fashions with driving gloves and cool new jackets has everyone falling head over heels for their style. Flappers would definitely defend anyone who says they aren't the hottest guys in town. Pipe down dumb Dora, he's the bees knees. The assembly line has created fast and more efficient production in the 1920's with the Model T car made by Henry Ford, which he who he also installed the first moving assembly line. I believe discrimination was one of the worst parts of the 20's. Discrimination is an action that denies social participation or human rights.I think all people should be treated equally.
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