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    Lisa Fonssagrives - 1939 - Hanging off the Eiffel Tower in Paris - Photo by Erwin Blumenfeld - Not really street fashion, but definitely Paris <3

  • Dave Olshan

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  • Bette

    Taking fashion photography to an Xtreme level, a brave model barely hangs on to the Eiffel Tower. By Erwin Blumenfeld — Sur la tour Eiffel — 1939 Vogue

  • Marcy Bonfiglio-Fredette

    Erwin Blumenfeld; Lisa Fonssagrives, Eiffel Tower, Paris, France, 1939 | Gelatin silver print, from The Photography Book by Phaidon.

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