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Fania Marinoff

tiffanyandco: “ Tiffany diamonds were the screen darlings of the Jazz Age. Here, starlet Fania Marinoff (circa demonstrates that nothing burns brighter in black and white.

Staying in Vogue in the Roaring 20s: http://www.universityoffashion.com/lessons/keeping-joneses/

Thalia Barbarova, from the book Decades of Fashion by Harriet Worsley. "Opulent brocade shawls like the one on actress Thalia Barbarova's chair were popular, with some of the more opulent coming from France." Plus, giant perfume bottles = glamor.

Greta Nissen, 1920s; photo by Eugene Robert Richee

Art Deco cloche hat with floral decoration. A Cloche Hat is a small, close-fitting hat with a small or large brim turned down around the face. It was popular during the similar to the popularity of the bob hairstyle.


Lingerie By Decade- 1920's

Shop Glamour Girl Photo - Vintage French Pinup Girls iPhone Case created by caferetro. Personalize it with photos & text or purchase as is!

Do you know how to make a romantic kiss? Or Kiss your lover gently? Just check out these vintage French postcards to see how to kiss romanti.

The Fairbanks twins (actresses from the silent movie era). Picture taken in 1922 by Alfred Cheney Johnston

Silent Film Stars The Fairbank Sisters (Madeline & Marion), were stage and motion picture actresses active in the silent era - photo by Alfred Cheney Johnston, c.

Valentino with Natacha Rambova (Winifred Hudnut)

1925 Rudolph Valentino and wife Natacha Rambova leave LA by train. Natacha always wore long skirts because she felt her legs were too heavy. This is about as casual as one would get in the when travelling via train!

Vintage Stock - Myrna Darby3 by Hello-Tuesday.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Ziegfeld Girl: Myrna Darby ~ Performed in Ziegfeld's musicals" No Foolin'" "Rio Rita" "Rosalie" and "Whoopee" – Also performed in The Ziegfeld Follies of 1925 and Photo: Alfred Cheney Johnston.

Poilsh actress Pola Negri who achieved worldwide fame during the silent and golden age of American and European film for her femme fatale roles.

Pola Negri, silent film star, born as Apolonia Chałupiec. She used to date Rudolph Valentino :) When my great-grandmother would comment on a supposedly beautiful woman, she'd say, "She's no Pola Negri".


An entry from smatterings of an aesthetic

Lily Elsie, the Edwardian Theatre actress, in Lucile costume, 1907 "The Merry Widow" costume by Lucile Ltd, Lady Duff Gordon

Que bellezaaaaa! increíble y perfecto!!!

Pale pink wedding dress with bead work by Jenny Packham posted on Community Post: 25 Dazzling Art Deco Wedding Gowns