New York writer preoccupied by art, beauty, and old things.
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cantgetanygayer:

Marlene Dietrich

(Source: gatabella, via leahloverich)

odditoreum:

nevver:

Calling Cards

Not gonna lie, this type of 19th Century flirting is turning me on.

(Source: Flickr / aemays, via thats-not-victorian)

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hollywoodlady:

Marlene Dietrich on the set of Around the world in 80 days directed by Michael Anderson, 1956. Photo by Gjon Mili

hollywoodlady:

Marlene Dietrich on the set of Around the world in 80 days directed by Michael Anderson, 1956. Photo by Gjon Mili

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rubyarmoire:

ephemeral-elegance:

Heeled Slippers, ca. 1940s

Daniel Green

via Salon of the Dames

Oh my gosh. I have never wanted a pair of shoes so badly

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edwardian-time-machine:

Wedding dress, probably Swedish, 1897.
Source

I shan’t get married unless I get married in this.

edwardian-time-machine:

Wedding dress, probably Swedish, 1897.

Source

I shan’t get married unless I get married in this.

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inrooms:

happy vday to all you lovers and a toast to being single„
<3 in rooms

Wonderful times past…

inrooms:

happy vday to all you lovers and a toast to being single„

<3 in rooms

Wonderful times past…

(Source: in-rooms.com)

ephemeral-elegance:

"Mystère" Day Coat, 1947
Christian Dior
via Invisible Books

ephemeral-elegance:

"Mystère" Day Coat, 1947

Christian Dior

via Invisible Books

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maudelynn:

French showgirl and music hall star Mistinguett and her shoes.

maudelynn:

French showgirl and music hall star Mistinguett and her shoes.

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ornamentedbeing:

“In 1903 The San Francisco Call brought a whole page article about ‘Anna Held and her Sadie Girls,’ a copy of which is provided by the Library of Congress.  The two images in the article offer front and back views of the lovely tiny-waisted ladies, and below is another I found (Click to enlarge).”

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