How would you rate them in terms of fashion today?
I love to compare the clothing of the 1920s to those of today due to the way their styles have changed and developed and also the differences in materials and accessories. If an accessory is considered fashion then it’s one that is more trendy than it has been in years — say, the bowler hat, the choker, or the leather jacket. The 1920s was also an era of great diversity in clothing. Women from different backgrounds, in different nationalities, wore the clothes that they most liked. (Women from eastern Europe wore peasant trousers, in England, boots and a coat with an overcoat.) So many things that might be considered fashionable in today are not as fashionable now.
What can we learn from this era?
I think that if we look at the different ways women can be educated, whether they go into schools, whether they go to universities or not, whether they are trained in business or not, or in the other ways — whether they go into different professions — we can learn to appreciate their lives and what they’re achieving.
Also, this is also an era where the men that we love have so much more power than before in our lives. Our world has become more liberal and more accepting of gender roles. They are more equal — even if their dress and behaviour is not so equal. And now in the United States of America is an era of economic equality, where a female doctor, or whatever, doesn’t have to take maternity leave — I mean, it’s incredible. Women all over the world, including here in Europe, are not even considered as working mothers or full-time employees anymore. So, the question is: What can we learn from the women with whom we can’t understand?
What are the last words you’d like to share with the world?
I think that, if women can’t take care of themselves, maybe they can’t take care of others or be happy.
What are your most important tips for the next chapter in your life?
I think that I’d like to stay focused on the work at hand and take care of my mother until she is dead. That’s what I’d say. But in my life we have so many things that we’re trying to overcome. I’ve been so fortunate in my life that I have my mother, and I’m not so fortunate that I still need help with my work. So at some point during the next five years
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