These Fabulous Facts About Flappers Prove they Made the 20s Roar

The legendary designer Coco Chanel was born in France, but also considered a flapper during the 1920s. Founders to Founders.

4. Flappers Weren’t Just American

Being a flapper wasn’t just adhering to a particular fashion trend. It was about rebelling against societal norms and taking advantage of the freedom that women found during World War I. Countries like England and France also saw a rise in flapper culture, much to the chagrin of the established aristocracy and traditional values of the countries.