theparisreview:

“She was beautiful; there is no denying that. And her looks captured the zeitgeist of her day: strong but feminine, pale but with lively rosey skin. For the next near-decade, Audrey posed for a litany of different works of art. Her face was slathered onto canvas, woven into tapestries, and chiseled out of stone.”

Audrey Munson, “Miss Manhattan”

axemansjazz:

Julie Christie.

axemansjazz:

Julie Christie.

zombienormal:

Daphne, Hubert Herkomer, Die Kunst für Alle, 1895-96.
Via.

zombienormal:

Daphne, Hubert Herkomer, Die Kunst für Alle, 1895-96.

Via.

honey-rider:

HILDEGARD KNEF vintage postcard, circa 1955

honey-rider:

HILDEGARD KNEF vintage postcard, circa 1955

lauramcphee:

Anita Ekberg, 1955

lauramcphee:

Anita Ekberg, 1955

lauramcphee:

Renée Perle, 1930 (Jacques-Henri Lartigue)

lauramcphee:

Renée Perle, 1930 (Jacques-Henri Lartigue)

solo-vintage:

Cary Grant and Grace Kelly

les-sources-du-nil:

Garry Winogrand
New York, 1954
(Black Dog Collection)

les-sources-du-nil:

Garry Winogrand

New York, 1954

(Black Dog Collection)

honey-rider:

Annette
liquidnight:

Ellen Rogers
The Dissolution, 2010
zombienormal:

Death Bride, Chalma, State of Mexico, Graciela Iturbide (1924- ), 1990.
Via.

zombienormal:

Death Bride, Chalma, State of Mexico, Graciela Iturbide (1924- ), 1990.

Via.

liquidnight:

Marta Orlowska
O, 2012
[via ghoulnextdoor]
vampdreaminginhollywood:

Jean Harlow
tuesday-johnson:

ca. 1880-1910s, [tintype portrait of young ladies dressed in costumes as a Japanese maid (possibly related to The Mikado), the Queen of Hearts, Riding Hood, and Bopeep]
via Ebay

tuesday-johnson:

ca. 1880-1910s, [tintype portrait of young ladies dressed in costumes as a Japanese maid (possibly related to The Mikado), the Queen of Hearts, Riding Hood, and Bopeep]

via Ebay