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What it costs to be a well-dressed flapper (1926)
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Roaring 20s Aesthetic
Louise Ebel Pandora
A brief history of lace
How long has lace been in fashion? Why is it still so popular? And what is it about lace and the royal family? Our gallery guides you through the story of this much-adored fabric.
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Her Majesty The Queen
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Beautiful wedding things made by lace fabric.
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Danspaar Chominoff en Telay, 1926 More
Roaring 20s Art
Vintage real photo postcard by Cinemagazine, Paris, 1920s. Myers was a popular silent film actress who reached the height of her celebrity playing the evil Egyptian seductress Iras in Ben Hur (1925).
Silent Film Stars
THEY ROARED VINTAGE
hats, tiaras & such things as are worn on the crown of the head
Two Linemen for Telephone Exchange | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society
Studio portrait of two telephone linemen with some of their equipment in front of a painted backdrop. They are wearing work clothes and hats, and hold ciga...
Author Shanna Hatfield
Books - Hardman Holidays
What Dressing Up Looked Like In The 1930's
Ann Sothern 1930's Vintage Fashion Inspiration For Vintage Expert Kate Beavis, blogger, writer and speaker on homes, fashion, weddings and lifestyle. #1930sfashion #twentiesfashion #1930s #vintage #vintagefashion #thirties #1930svintagefashion #retrofashion #retro #katebeavis #vintageexpert
1920s Fashion Party
Roaring 20s Fashion
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Étudiant à Princeton
Étudiant de la prestigieuse université de Princeton posant devant son auto #menstyle #menswear #ivyleague #style
Comme un camion
Tendances mode masculine
BHM: The Harlem Renaissance
Probably one of the most empowering art movements in modern history. The Harlem Renaissance was a gathering of visionaries, painters, writers, musicians, poets, dancers, activists, and intellectual…
Harlem Renaissance Fashion
African American Culture
African American Women
Zora Neale Hurston
Stella and Dot Inspirations: The Jazz Age