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Kult Magazine Features 1950s Inspired Mens Styles for Latest Photo Spread

Kult Magazine Features 1950s Inspired Men's Styles for Latest Photo Spread

October 1942. "Women are trained as engine mechanics in thorough Douglas training methods. Douglas Aircraft Company, Long Beach, California." Skipping ahead to 2009, and the end of an era: Kodak announced that, after 74 colorful years, it will stop making Kodachrome film. 4x5 Kodachrome transparency photo by Alfred Palmer, Office of War Information.

October 1942. "Women are trained as engine mechanics in thorough Douglas training methods. Douglas Aircraft Company, Long Beach, California." Skipping ahead to 2009, and the end of an era: Kodak announced that, after 74 colorful years, it will stop making Kodachrome film. 4x5 Kodachrome transparency photo by Alfred Palmer, Office of War Information.

From Fisker Automotive PR: Featuring the work of avant-garde fashion photographer Miles Aldridge (Vogue, Cartier, Hugo Boss) and Academy Award-nominated cinematographer Wally Pfister (Inception, The Italian Job, The Dark Knight), “Pure Driving Passion” changes the way cars are traditionally marketed, aims to educate consumers to the benefits of plug-in hybrid technology, and shows that environmentally conscious vehicles can be sexy.

From Fisker Automotive PR: Featuring the work of avant-garde fashion photographer Miles Aldridge (Vogue, Cartier, Hugo Boss) and Academy Award-nominated cinematographer Wally Pfister (Inception, The Italian Job, The Dark Knight), “Pure Driving Passion” changes the way cars are traditionally marketed, aims to educate consumers to the benefits of plug-in hybrid technology, and shows that environmentally conscious vehicles can be sexy.

As MGM screenwriter Frederica Sagor Maas recalled, "No one decided to make Joan Crawford a star. Joan Crawford became a star because Joan Crawford decided to become a star." She began attending dances in the afternoons & evenings at hotels around Hollywood, where she often won dance competitions with her performances of the Charleston and the Black Bottom.

As MGM screenwriter Frederica Sagor Maas recalled, "No one decided to make Joan Crawford a star. Joan Crawford became a star because Joan Crawford decided to become a star." She began attending dances in the afternoons & evenings at hotels around Hollywood, where she often won dance competitions with her performances of the Charleston and the Black Bottom.

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