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“Dancer Faith Bacon (great photo and great name!

No crisis today please!

No crisis today please!

Jazz Age, 1920s, Trust, Horror, Rocky Horror

Jennifer Lawrence, Jennifer O'neill, Hunger Games, Appreciation, Movie Stars, Beautiful Creatures

Containing Multitudes

Beautiful women who went after their dreams in the early century move me.

Vera Fokina in 'Scheherazade'. Music by Rimsky-Korsakov, choreography by Mikhail Fokine, designs by Leon Bakst.

Vintage photo of Vera Fokina in a costume in Scheherazade,

zsa zsa

“Any woman who slops around the house all the time with grease on her face and curlers in her hair in front of her husband is a dumb woman. If he stands for it, he’s not genius himself.” The Outdated But Oddly On-Point Life Advice of Zsa Zsa Gabor

natural light. inside portrait session. www.jennalefebvre.com

natural light. inside portrait session. www.jennalefebvre.com

Joan Fontaine

Classic Beauties - The Reboot - Page 4

1920's

Publication: VogueImage Type: PhotographDate: May Portrait of Alden Gay wearing jewelry by Cartier.

Agnes Moorehead

Agnes Moorehead December 1900 – April she was an American actress whose career of six decades included work in radio, stage, film, and television. She is chiefly known for her role as.

Alden Gay for Vogue, May 1924: Edward Steichen

An introspective flapper in 1924 wearing a matching necklace and earrings of emeralds and pearls by Cartier. The dress pin and headband were also by Cartier. What is fascinating about vintage pins is.

Flapper Pictures From The 1920S | Flapper Costume Ideas 1920s_Flapper_Lucy_Doraine_-_Photo_by_George ...

Flapper Lucy Doraine - Photo by George Hommel

Check out Ama Chandra on ReverbNation

Summertime Romance by Ama Chandra, Jazz music from Baltimore, MD on ReverbNation

"L'amore non muore mai di morte naturale. Muore di cecità, errori e tradimenti. Muore di stanchezza e deperimento, di appannamento" ~ frase di Anaïs Nin.

"L'amore non muore mai di morte naturale. Muore di cecità, errori e tradimenti. Muore di stanchezza e deperimento, di appannamento" ~ frase di Anaïs Nin.

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