Elizabeth Taylor

Elizabeth Taylor

mignonette:

Rebecca of Sunnybrook Farm - 1917

Judy Garland - c. 1930’s

Judy Garland - c. 1930’s

whataboutbobbed:

Mabel Normand has a feather in her cap

whataboutbobbed:

Mabel Normand has a feather in her cap

Buster Keaton’s “Cops” (1922)

Buster Keaton’s “Cops” (1922)


Buster Keaton’s Recipe For His Famous Pork Pie Hats (in his own words):
PORKPIE HAT1 Stetson Hat3 Heaping Teaspoons of granulated sugar1 Teacup Warm WaterMix water and sugar. Wet the top and bottom of the brim. Smooth it out on a clean, hard surface. Allow to dry until stiff.I did the early ones myself myself, always - and then I trained my wife.(The first one was created in 1917 for “The Butcher’s Boy”)

Happy Birthday, Joseph Frank “Buster” Keaton - (October 4th, 1895 - February 6th, 1966)

Buster Keaton’s Recipe For His Famous Pork Pie Hats (in his own words):

PORKPIE HAT

1 Stetson Hat
3 Heaping Teaspoons of granulated sugar
1 Teacup Warm Water

Mix water and sugar. Wet the top and bottom of the brim. Smooth it out on a clean, hard surface. Allow to dry until stiff.

I did the early ones myself myself, always - and then I trained my wife.

(The first one was created in 1917 for “The Butcher’s Boy”)

Happy Birthday, Joseph Frank “Buster” Keaton - (October 4th, 1895 - February 6th, 1966)

wehadfacesthen:

Greta Garbo, 1932, photo by Clarence Sinclair Bull.

wehadfacesthen:

Greta Garbo, 1932, photo by Clarence Sinclair Bull.

tammy17tummy:

1952 - Christian Dior

tammy17tummy:

1952 - Christian Dior

adelphe:

Lilliput, June 1947

adelphe:

Lilliput, June 1947

Anita Ekberg - c. 1950s

Anita Ekberg - c. 1950s

lanallure:

Joan Crawford photographed by Ruth Harriet Louise, 1928.

lanallure:

Joan Crawford photographed by Ruth Harriet Louise, 1928.

Alice Roosevelt - 1902
Theodore Roosevelt’s beautiful eldest daughter, who not only cut her wedding cake with a sword, defied all the conventions of her day regarding women and carried a dagger in her pocketbook, but who  also had a pillow embroidered with her most famous quote on her couch; “If you haven’t got anything good to say about anybody, come sit next to me.”

Alice Roosevelt - 1902

Theodore Roosevelt’s beautiful eldest daughter, who not only cut her wedding cake with a sword, defied all the conventions of her day regarding women and carried a dagger in her pocketbook, but who  also had a pillow embroidered with her most famous quote on her couch; “If you haven’t got anything good to say about anybody, come sit next to me.”

Madge Bellamy and her awesome hat - c. 1920s

Madge Bellamy and her awesome hat - c. 1920s

Gloria Swanson - c. 1910’s

Gloria Swanson - c. 1910’s