Picture Power: proof that Victorians weren’t as serious as is thought. “A photograph is a most important document, and there is nothing more damning to go down to posterity than a silly, foolish smile caught and fixed forever.
Princess Hermine Reuss of Luxembourg with her daughters Caroline and Emma, ca. -- Inspiration: League of Indistinguishable Ladies In Top Hats (L.) a sort of burlesque type group featured in my book. that are known for their top hats
Cleo de Merode La Belle Epoque's Beauty Cléo de Mérode an international sensation, one of the the most photographed woman in the world in her time, was a French ballerina, who achieved fame with her face, not her feet.
This has been colorized and it is beautiful. Jean Ackerman - Ziegfeld Follies Girl - Performed in the Ziegfeld Follies of the Ziegfeld Midnight Frolic of and in Ziegfeld’s musicals Rosalie, Whoopee 1928 and Smiles 1930 (hair idea for me.