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Givenchy, 1952.

Givenchy, 1952.

Model Bettina photographed for Givenchy’s Spring Collection, February 1952. The high-necked, full blouse with ruffled sleeves known as the ‘Bettina’ was named after Paris’ top model of the day - Bettina.

Hubert de Givenchy prepares for his first Spring collection, photos by Nat Farbman, Feb. 1952

Lauren Bacall, 1950s.

Lauren Bacall, 1950s.

Portrait of Lauren Bacall by Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1949.

Portrait of Lauren Bacall by Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1949.

canadianbeerandpostmodernism:

“When I started working, I didn’t have a clue what I was doing, in that I was just wandering around, hoping that I could succeed. Then after I got a little under my belt, it took me about 25 years to feel like I knew what I was doing.”

James Garner 1928-2014



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Grace Kelly photographed by Howell Conant.

My favorite photographs of Grace are the ones taken by Howell Conant. They had a magical friendship.

Grace Kelly photographed by Howell Conant.

My favorite photographs of Grace are the ones taken by Howell Conant. They had a magical friendship.

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Audrey Hepburn & Humphrey Bogart in Sabrina; 1954.

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"Education begins at the home. You can’t blame the school for not putting into your child what you don’t put into him." - Geoffrey Holder

"Education begins at the home. You can’t blame the school for not putting into your child what you don’t put into him." - Geoffrey Holder

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Katharine Hepburn

Photographed by Regina Relang at the races, 1938.

Photographed by Regina Relang at the races, 1938.

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Jean Harlow, 1932.

Jean Harlow, 1932.

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Yes I am a hunter, and it’s “you” season.

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