Colleen Moore in her yellow onyx/mirrored bathroom. 1929 Years later, when I was renting the house, Greta Garbo came to look at it. When she saw the bathroom she said, “Ah Colleen, those were the good old days.
In film star Colleen Moore bobbed her hair and launched the flapper image on the big screen. Fitzgerald dedicated the to “Flaming Youth.” As he put it, “It (the 'Bob') was the spark that lit up Flaming Youth, and Colleen Moore was the torch.
From Emily Evans Eerdmans Book Regency Redux. The style in England was named Vogue Regency. This style was popular in the and and was based on the Neoclassical styles of the This is classic Hollywood Regency by Billy Haines for Joan Crawford