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Here are some objects of desire and intrigue.

adablackjack:

Food & Flowers by Emily Blincoe / Featured Photography –http://mindsparklemag.com/?sparkles

adablackjack:

Food & Flowers by Emily Blincoe / Featured Photography –http://mindsparklemag.com/?sparkles


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ronnieronette:

Ronnie Spector dancing at The Peppermint Lounge in 1961

ronnieronette:

Ronnie Spector dancing at The Peppermint Lounge in 1961

(via recollective)


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(Source: iwantme-iwantme, via nastygal)


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8.29.2014 |
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(via ceriunavoltaespessoancheadesso)


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8.28.2014 |
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wnycradiolab:

365 Petri Dishes by Klari Reis

(via Dark Silence in Suburbia)

8.26.2014 |
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hollyhocksandtulips:

Party Dress, 1957

hollyhocksandtulips:

Party Dress, 1957


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7.26.2014 |
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hollyhocksandtulips:

Sunday drive
Nevada, 1957

hollyhocksandtulips:

Sunday drive

Nevada, 1957

(Source: flickr.com)


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7.6.2014 |
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(Source: uniquevintage1)


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artutopia:

Ballerina Mary Drage wearing a gown by Rappi for Vogue, December 1950.

artutopia:

Ballerina Mary Drage wearing a gown by Rappi for Vogue, December 1950.

(via suicideblonde)


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(Source: m-e-d-u-s-a, via m-e-d-u-s-a)


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7.6.2014 |
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vento-gelido:

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vento-gelido:

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(via ceriunavoltaespessoancheadesso)


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Dream home…

Dream home…

(Source: airows, via adablackjack)


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7.6.2014 |
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(Source: opsena, via uzicopter)


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Lauren Bacall makes an appearance on The Ed Sullivan Show, 1956.

(Source: missavagardner, via recollective)

6.5.2014 |
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Paper Dresses of the 1960’s

Probably the most famous paper dress ever is this one used as a promotion by Campbell’s Soup and called the ‘Souper’ dress in 1967. It could be purchased with some proofs of purchase of Campell’s soup and money for postage. Although the inspiration for the design was taken from Warhol’s use of the Campbell’s Soup label in his early 60s Graphic Art style works, Warhol did not design this dress or have any involvement in its creation. In fact, Warhol’s use of the label for his own artwork and Campbell’s use of Warhol’s style for their own product would today probably end up in a court battle over copyright infringement — for both parties!

http://forums.vintagefashionguild.org/threads/paper-dresses-of-the-1960s.21074/page-2

5.26.2014 |