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Detail of a suit that belonged to Axel von Fersen ~ Made in Paris around the 1785.

sewvictorian: “indigodreams: “ jeannepompadour: Suit worn by the Swedish statesman and diplomat Axel von Fersen, 1785 France ” Rumoured lover of Marie Antoinette… Guy HAD to have style.

victorian gothic men

thatqueeryoungbuck:curvi-linear: Baptiste Giabiconi at Chanel s/s 2009 Too dandy for everyday, but there are parts of this I like.

Brad Pitt and Tom Cruise Interview with a vampire love the costume and the way vampires are portrayed. super regal! vamps rule!

Lestat & Louis (Tom Cruise & Brad Pitt) Interview with The Vampire

Interview With A Vampire.  A little moment for Tommy today.

Tom cruise - interview with a vampire " Who cares? Kingdoms rise and fall. Just don't burn the paintings in the Louvre, that's all. " -Lestat de Lioncourt The Vampire Lestat Anne Rice

Images: Prince Franz Joseph of Thurn and Taxis  "…standing amidst his collection of 2,000 deer antlers & antelope horns in the hallway of castle".

Prince Franz Joseph of Thurn and Taxis Amidst Collection of Deer Antlers and Antelope Horns Premium Photographic Print by Walter Sanders

BBC Two - The Scandalous Lady W (Will definitely watch this! Natalie Dormer is perfect for this role! Have always loved her since her role as Anne Boleyn in The Tudors)

The Lady who took 27 lovers: Society seductress Lady Worsley’s rampant bed-hopping rocked Georgian society – now it’s been made into a racy BBC bodice-ripper

Shaun Evans, Natalie Dormer and Aneurin Barnard in The Scandalous Lady Worsley soon to be on BBC tv

Emperor Franz Joseph in the 1860s

Franz Joseph of Austria, 2 December 1848 - 21 November 1916

Verbündete im 1. Weltkrieg Habsburg und Hohenzollern (Allies at in The First World War--the Dynasties of Hohenzollern and Habsburg); at right middle is Archduke Carl of Austria (future Emperor) and Archduke Otto (future Crown Prince). Likely ca. 1914

Verbündete im Weltkrieg Habsburg und Hohenzollern (Allies at in The First World War--the Dynasties of Hohenzollern and Habsburg); at right middle is Archduke Carl of Austria (future Emperor) and Archduke Otto (future Crown Prince).

Rudolf (21 August 1858 – 30 January 1889), archduke of Austria and crown prince of Austria, Hungary and Bohemia, was the son and heir-apparent of Franz Joseph I, emperor of Austria, Hungary and Bohemia, and his wife Empress Elisabeth. His death, apparently suicide, along with his mistress, Baroness Mary Vetsera, at his Mayerling hunting lodge in 1889 made international headlines, fueled international conspiracy rumors and ultimately may have sealed the long-term fate of the Hapsburg dynasty.

Rudolf August 1858 – 30 January Archduke of Austria and Crown Prince of Austria-Hungary. His death, apparently through suicide, along with that of his mistress, Baroness Mary Vetsera, at his Mayerling hunting lodge in 1889 made international headlines.

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