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The Delancey Dame


theloveforchanel:

Sem título | Flickr - Compartilhamento de fotos! auf We Heart It - http://weheartit.com/entry/22365248

theloveforchanel:

Sem título | Flickr - Compartilhamento de fotos! auf We Heart It - http://weheartit.com/entry/22365248


honey-rider:

Audrey Hepburn Givenchy 1964,
Photo Bob Willoughby

honey-rider:

Audrey Hepburn Givenchy 1964,

Photo Bob Willoughby


Sep 13th at 2PM / via: the-dark-city / op: pre-codes / 593 notes
Jean Harlow and Clark Gable in Victor Fleming’s Red Dust, 1932.

missmarlenedietrich:

Ava Gardner giving you “the look”

missmarlenedietrich:

Ava Gardner giving you “the look”


fuckyeahvintage-retro:

Esquire Calender, c.1948 (via)


Sep 13th at 2PM / via: retrogasm / op: retrogasm / 403 notes
retrogasm:

Sci-Fi Saturday

retrogasm:

Sci-Fi Saturday


Aug 13th at 12PM / via: bellecs / op: lorettasyoung / 913 notes

Aug 13th at 12PM / via: bellecs / op: books0977 / 1,912 notes
books0977:

Exposition du Centenaire de la Lithographie (1895). Frédéric Hugo d’Alési (Romanian-French, 1849-1906). Colour lithograph. V&A.
A poster advertising a centennial exhibition of Lithography at the Galerie Rapp, Paris, in 1895. Frédéric d’Alési worked mainly in Paris. In this Paris scene (the Eiffel Tower is in the distance), he depicts a fashionably dressed woman of the 1890s admiring prints at an outdoor print booth. Although the place where the exhibition is being held - Galerie Rapp - is mentioned, no dates or opening times appear.

books0977:

Exposition du Centenaire de la Lithographie (1895). Frédéric Hugo d’Alési (Romanian-French, 1849-1906). Colour lithograph. V&A.

A poster advertising a centennial exhibition of Lithography at the Galerie Rapp, Paris, in 1895. Frédéric d’Alési worked mainly in Paris. In this Paris scene (the Eiffel Tower is in the distance), he depicts a fashionably dressed woman of the 1890s admiring prints at an outdoor print booth. Although the place where the exhibition is being held - Galerie Rapp - is mentioned, no dates or opening times appear.


Aug 13th at 12PM / via: vintagegal / op: vintagegal / 1,662 notes

Model pose and finished painting of “Pot Luck” by Gil Elvgren, 1961


lovethepinups:

This bomber was decorated with Freeman Elliott’s “Hit the Deck” from he 1940’s. Each and every plane decorated with nose art had it’s own identity which the members of the flying teams embraced as it became a symbol of hope and good luck on that each would return from their flying mission. During WWII, we lost over 52,000 Air Force men to combat and another 15,000 to Stateside training accidents. There were almost 36,000 planes were lost in combat and accidents. It was a time when “Luck and Hope” were needed by those who defended our nation and the world. For many of you that might have read the best seller “Unbroken” - you realize the price our fathers and grandfathers paid during the war. Hope the history gives you a little perspective into the importance of this Pinup art during this period of history.