Vanity Fair - February 1931

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Published February 1, 1931. Joséphine Baker became an icon of the Roaring Twenties thanks to her role in La Revue Nègre at the Théâtre de Champs-Elysées in Paris in 1925, which made her an overnight star. Baker was asked to join the Folies Bergère, the famous Parisian dance hall known for its burlesques. George Hoyningen-Huené took a series of photographs of the beautiful dancer around 1927. This outtake from that series, of Baker in an elaborate feathered costume, is from the Condé Nast Archive. Artist by George Hoyningen-Huené

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