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lanallure:

Edwina Booth and Lilian Bond, 1931.

greypoppies:

Mae West, 1930s.
vintagegal:

Dolores Del Rio in Madame Du Barry (1934)

vintagegal:

Dolores Del Rio in Madame Du Barry (1934)


1930s society ladies photographed by Madame Yevonde.

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Olivia de Havilland in the 1938 “Adventures of Robin Hood”

Olivia de Havilland in the 1938 “Adventures of Robin Hood”

Errol Flynn from the 1938 “Adventures of Robin Hood”


Errol Flynn from the 1938 “Adventures of Robin Hood”

An illustration of a coat by Cordelia Selwood.

An illustration of a coat by Cordelia Selwood.

historiful:

Actress Una Merkel (1903-1986), in Roy Del Ruth’s film, “Broadway Melody of 1936,” 1935.

historiful:

Actress Una Merkel (1903-1986), in Roy Del Ruth’s film, “Broadway Melody of 1936,” 1935.

“I strip, but I don’t tease.”, the famous line by Sherry Britton, a 1930s burlesque dancer, known to possess an 18-inch waist, as shown in this photo where she is wearing a very risqué costume for that day and age.
This Pin-up photo of Sherry Britton was for the Dec. 9, 1945 (Continental Edition) issue of Yank, the Army Weekly, a weekly U.S. Army magazine fully staffed by enlisted men.

I strip, but I don’t tease.”, the famous line by Sherry Britton, a 1930s burlesque dancer, known to possess an 18-inch waist, as shown in this photo where she is wearing a very risqué costume for that day and age.

This Pin-up photo of Sherry Britton was for the Dec. 9, 1945 (Continental Edition) issue of Yank, the Army Weekly, a weekly U.S. Army magazine fully staffed by enlisted men.

Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers in the 1936 Hollywood hit, “Follow the Fleet”, a romantic comedy musical based around Bake Baker (Astaire), a US Navy Sailor boy and his childhood sweetheart-turned singer and dancer, Sherry Martin (Rogers).
Bernard Newman designed the nautical-themed costumes for this movie.

Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers in the 1936 Hollywood hit, “Follow the Fleet”, a romantic comedy musical based around Bake Baker (Astaire), a US Navy Sailor boy and his childhood sweetheart-turned singer and dancer, Sherry Martin (Rogers).

Bernard Newman designed the nautical-themed costumes for this movie.

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