This just in at the Julia Santen Gallery, an image from the high point of the '20s. 1929 represented a 'high water mark', so to speak, in the world of fashion. It was the first time that female skirts revealed the knee. An attractive rainboot became more essential than ever, and Benito highlighted them in red for this delightful poster for Candee, a Swiss manufacturer associated with Bally. His model, outfitted in chic tailored suit, cloche, fur stole and accompanied by frisky terrier (a common fashion accessory in the ‘20s) represents the taut, streamlined ideal of the Roaring ‘20s.