Veruschka, photo by Bert Stern, LOOK magazine, 1963
Marilyn Monroe - and the bricks she's leaning on OMG!! Molded concrete blocks/bricks. These are quite common in mid-century structures & gardens in California & the southwest.
Christina Hendricks for Vivienne Westwood “Get A Life” Palladium Jewelry Collection by Greg Williams
kirsi pyrhonen by amy troost for vogue russia
Marilyn in an orange suite. It fits her well, and is elegant. Also love her pumps. This photograph was one of the last ones of Marilyn. It is in the summer of '62, Marilyn died in august. Taken by the famous George Barris.
Shockingly, I am not a Bettie Page fan. Her army of worshipers has ruined that over the past 30 years; the Betty cult is too much for me. Having said all of that, I do like photos of her that you do not see 3,000 times a year. And she was an interesting and intriguing human who lived a turbulent life.
Bettie Page snacking
Marilyn photographed by John Florea during a session with her voice coach Hal Schaefer, 1954
EXPLODING SCALLOPS TOP (1970s) from They Roared Vintage.
"Courrèges, 1965" ~ "André Courrèges...is a French fashion designer, known for his ultra-modern designs." He initially studyed civil engineering, then worked "at the Jeanne Lafaurie fashion design house (and) later he went over to Balenciaga, the renowned Spanish designer. Both Courrèges and Mary Quant lay claim to the invention of the miniskirt."
Marilyn during a singing lesson ♥ 1954