This front cover from Pan Magazine was printed in 1919, just after the end of World War 1 and moving into the art deco age. Probably thought of as "art decadent" by some people at the time, but I think she's lovely.
Pan Magazine was a British publication, initially weekly, with a lovely cover, but quite lightweight content. It was self-styled "A journal for saints and sinners" and a number of artists contributed to it.
This cover is by Herbert Pizer, born in Stepney and son of a Polish Jewish immigrant. He sadly died at only 30 years old, from appendicitis.
It's nothing to do with the coming of age of women actually, but given the zeitgeist I thought I'd make a connection.