Notes: 332 / 2 years ago
Notes: 39 / 2 years ago
Solarized nude, photographer unknown
Notes: 58 / 2 years ago
Ady [Adrienne Fidelin] and her bedtime companions
from NY Times
Notes: 50 / 2 years ago
Notes: 16 / 2 years ago
Personally, I resent being tagged ‘glamour girl.’ It’s such an absurd, extravagant label. It implies so much that I’m not.
'Glamor' - Posed by Miss Carole Lombard of Hollywood,formerly of Fort Wayne,Ind. in Click February,1938
Notes: 57 / 2 years ago
I never said, ‘I want to be alone.’ I only said, ‘I want to be left alone.’ There is all the difference.
Greta Garbo * [18 September 1905 – 15 April 1990]
in The Kiss,1929 [her last silent film] from Dr Macro’s
Notes: 99 / 2 years ago
Notes: 291 / 2 years ago
Leonor Fini * wearing a feathered mask [Vogue, album d’hiver], 1946
from Ghislaine Wood, The Surreal Body, Fetish and Fashion
Notes: 80 / 2 years ago
Tamara De Lempicka *
‘ ..Lempicka looks like every other one of her tubular belles. But there is a rapacity in those hooded eyes that seems to sum up the real woman, who could never have enough sex, cash, food or fame.
In Paris, Lempicka slept with actresses, prostitutes, ambassadors and sailors. She drank gin fizzes with deposed royals, threw colossal parties where naked girls were hired as human caviare dishes and worked at least as hard on her media profile as her art. When Lempicki left her, she replaced him with a Hungarian millionaire who doled out the money and asked nothing..’
Notes: 149 / 2 years ago
from Bauhaus Fotografie, published by Leipzig Galerie am Sachsenplatz,1983
[All photographs, except one, signed on the verso by former students of Bauhaus such as Irena Blühova, Edmund Collein, Lotte Gerson-Collein, Albert Hennig, Gyula Pap and Hajo Rose]
Notes: 81 / 2 years ago
Paul Eluard embracing unknown nude, c.1942
[another gift from chagalov;]
Notes: 33 / 3 years ago
Beauty does not come with creams and lotions. God can give us beauty, but whether that beauty remains or changes is determined by our thoughts and deeds.
Dolores Del Rio *