Les Modes (Paris) November 1927

Afternoon dress by Jenny - November 1927 - Les Modes (Paris) When I was little I owned a white faux fur muff and matching hat with cherries. Another bit of fashion gone by the wayside.

Gibson Girls, 1906-1909 I love this look, although you'd better not take away my knit shirts and jeans!

A new fashion era is nigh.and a new standard of female beauty is created. Charles Dana Gibson, magazine illustrator of the time, creates the idealized 'Gibson' girl. Edwardian looks circa

Christian Dior 1958.Elegante, classudo, nunca sairá de moda e dá a mulher um "je ne se quoi"

If an INFJ is looking at you or listening to you, their veil is catching all your lies Christian Dior Love.

Olha que lindosssss!!!! Demais da conta! DC

Great Summer Values 1965 fashion style sheath shift full skirt dress red blue white black pink yellow tan vintage color photo catalogue models. From 1965 Montgomery Ward catalog summer

Paul Poiret - French couturier during the 1910's known as the "King of Fashion" to Americans, and was considered the most fashionable dress designer of pre-World War I Paris

Paul Poiret - French couturier during the known as the "King of Fashion" to Americans, and was considered the most fashionable dress designer of pre-World War I Paris vintage Poster Ad.

Afternoon+Tea+(Detalle) Frédéric Soulacroix

Charles Joseph Frederick Soulacroix--detail from "Afternoon Tea for Three"

The most stunning thing you will notice about 1920s fashion is the shape of the silhouette. It is strikingly straight and flat. While most f...

Madeleine Vionnet in a Norman Hartnell dress, c. vintage everyday: Beautiful Fashion of the

White bolero with print trimming to match A-line wool skirt. Office early-mid 1960's.

White bolero with print trimming to match A-line wool skirt. Please choose cruelty free, go vegan

Detail from Portrait of Princess Tatyana Alexandrovna Yusupova (1858) by Franz Xaver Winterhalter

the-hardest-of-hearts-survive: “ Detail from Portrait of Princess Tatyana Alexandrovna Yusupova by Franz Xaver Winterhalter ”

Midnight Blue Opera Coat 1920s

Midnight Blue Opera Coat - Labeled: B. Altman & Co. Black net over blue silk, cobweb embroidered with small jet, blue and clear glass beads - trimmed in blue velvet

Classic 20s

Anita Page was an American film actress who reached stardom in the last years of the silent film era.

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