• The Fabulous Mrs K.

    Simone D'Aillencourt and Dorothea McGowan, photo by Louis Faurer, 1960 #fashion #photography

  • Jackie Sheehan

    #Vintage #Retro #Style #VintageStyle #RestroStyle #White #Black #Red a little #Navystyle #highthills #Hills little #Hangbad #Color #Elegant #Women #Clothing #Wear #Fashion #Look #Style @Valentino Mogrezutt-Gómez #ValentinoMogrezutt #ImageAssessor #CoolHunter #PersonalShopper #BCN #Gorgeous black #Paris #Elegant #Modern #Confortable #Lovely #Wow #Wow and #Wow 1960 The clothes were great. Proof: this wonderful coat!

  • Avoya Travel

    Glamorous vintage travel photo of two women on a train #JetSetter #Travel

  • Erica Garza-Perez

    classic #bandw #vintage #fashion #photography

  • Kathryn Keller

    train travel | photograph by louis faurer

  • Lizi Schuster

    Travel styles SImone D’Aillencourt & Dorothy McGowan, 1960 © Louis Faurer

  • Garland Russel

    Simone D'Aillencourt and Dorothea McGowan, photo by Louis Faurer, #travelling collections #travel guide #travel tips| http://sweetbabydogstod.blogspot.com

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