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During the 1920s there was a big Egyptian Revival, following the discovery of Pharoah Tut's tomb. impacting fashion, graphics, design and more ~ showgirl dress outfit

Léon Bakst (1866-1924), 1915, Character portrait of Tamara Karsavina and Michel Fokine in L’Oiseau de Feu,

Dorothy Lamour was an American actress and singer. She is remembered for appearing in the Road to... movies, a series of successful comedies starring Bing Crosby and Bob Hope. Lamour began her career in the 1930s as a big band singer. Wikipedia Born: Dec 10, 1914, New Orleans, Louisiana, US Died: September 22, 1996, Los Angeles, California, United States Height: 1.65 m Children: Richard Thomson Howard, John Ridgely Howard Spouse: William Ross Howard III (m. 1943–1978), Herbie Kaye (m…

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Vintage Burlesque Dress Oooh La La

Vintage Burlesque Dress Oooh La La! Strapless lace corset style bodice with boning and a sweetheart neckline edged with tall ruffles. Satin faux buttons up the front. Skirt flares out with a top layer of ruffles. Middle layer is lace that covers the layer closest to your body which is a flat with a small lace edge. Slit up the back for easy movement. This is incredibly unique, sexy and fun! Size says 7/8. It feels more like a 6. Keep in mind it is supposed to be tight and to squeeze into it…

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Evening dress and petticoat

Evening dress and petticoat (not pictured). Embroidered slipper silk satin with sequins and beads, lined with net, and wire, 1948, by Jacques Fath (born 1912 - died 1954) (designer) Rébé (embroiderer) Fath designed this dress for Lady Alexandra Howard-Johnston (1907-97) to wear for the official visit of Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip to Paris in May 1948.