ein-bleistift-und-radiergummi:

One of my favourite actors of all times. Met him once briefly in 1986, a very charming and most intriguing man. This photograph although dating from the 30’s is very contemporary in style indeed.

ein-bleistift-und-radiergummi:

One of my favourite actors of all times. Met him once briefly in 1986, a very charming and most intriguing man. This photograph although dating from the 30’s is very contemporary in style indeed.

sydneyflapper:

The secret to vintage dressing - accessories! Some lovely crocheted gloves we purchased today at the Sydney Frock Up Fair in Leichhardt.

vintagevision:

ephemeral-elegance:

Cocktail Dress, ca. 1961   Emilio Schuberth
via Philadelphia Museum of Art

Love the rococo/deco vibe of this.

vintagevision:

ephemeral-elegance:

Cocktail Dress, ca. 1961   Emilio Schuberth

via Philadelphia Museum of Art

Love the rococo/deco vibe of this.

classicladiesofcolor:

"Queen of the Boogie", Hadda Brooks

classicladiesofcolor:

"Queen of the Boogie", Hadda Brooks

Mary Pickford in The New York Hat (1912) dir. by D.W. Griffith
feuille-d-automne:

Stockholm,1905 .
Via

feuille-d-automne:

Stockholm,1905 .

Via


Leo Fontan - French Postcards c. 1910s

Leo Fontan - French Postcards c. 1910s

fyeah-haroldlloyd:

Harold Lloyd and Hal Roach - c. early 1920’s

fyeah-haroldlloyd:

Harold Lloyd and Hal Roach - c. early 1920’s

viciouslyvivacious:

Clara Bow for Kid Boots, photo by Eugene Richee (1926)
ladylikelady:

Nita Naldi in The Breaking Point (1924)

ladylikelady:

Nita Naldi in The Breaking Point (1924)

Women modeling hats at a fashion show at the Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles, CA - 1930

vintagegal:

Lingerie by Jacques Fath c. 1950s

vintagegal:

Lingerie by Jacques Fath c. 1950s

kittypackards:

Gene Tierney with Oleg Cassini, 1940’s

kittypackards:

Gene Tierney with Oleg Cassini, 1940’s

barbarastanwyck:

Elizabeth Taylor wearing an Edith Head designed dress in A Place in the Sun, 1951.

The dress had six layers of white net over a pale mint green taffeta , studded with single velvet violets, and a bodice covered in white velvet violets with green centers. It caused a sensation among prom-going young ladies that year. Manufacturers recognized the fact and had copies of the gowns ready for purchase in stores at the time of the film’s release.

etund:

Salvador Dali, Paris, 1934. Even the way he wears his tie is kind of surreal.