dustyanswer:

Catherine Hessling as Nana (Jean Renoir, 1926)
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Catherine Hessling as Nana (Jean Renoir, 1926)

    dustyanswer:

    Catherine Hessling as Nana (Jean Renoir, 1926)

    Dancer Dorothy Dilley for Vanity Fair, December 1923. Photo by Nickolas Muray

    (Source : jeannecrains, via 1920sxfashionxstyle)

    liquidnight:

    André Kertész

    En haut de la tour Eiffel : deux amoureux enlacés embrassant Paris du regard, 1929

    [From the Réunion des Musées Nationaux]

    (via lindadarnells)

    bremser:

    Berenice Abbott, Djuna Barnes, 1926

    (Source : killerbeesting, via alwaysalbrecht)

    dustyanswer:

Au Bonheur des Dames (Julien Duvivier, 1930) aka the Galeries Lafayette in the late 20s
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Au Bonheur des Dames (Julien Duvivier, 1930) aka the Galeries Lafayette in the late 20s
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Au Bonheur des Dames (Julien Duvivier, 1930) aka the Galeries Lafayette in the late 20s
dustyanswer:

Au Bonheur des Dames (Julien Duvivier, 1930) aka the Galeries Lafayette in the late 20s
dustyanswer:

Au Bonheur des Dames (Julien Duvivier, 1930) aka the Galeries Lafayette in the late 20s
dustyanswer:

Au Bonheur des Dames (Julien Duvivier, 1930) aka the Galeries Lafayette in the late 20s

      dustyanswer:

      Au Bonheur des Dames (Julien Duvivier, 1930) aka the Galeries Lafayette in the late 20s

      gloriaswanson:

The film Sadie Thompson (1928) almost wasn’t made due to it’s subject matter. Censors wouldn’t even allow the word Rain, the original title of the W. Somerset Maugham best seller, to be see in any of the titles cards. According to Gloria Swanson censors went over the film ‘with a fine tooth comb’ for swearing but lip readers can clearly see Gloria’s character swear numerous times in the film.

      gloriaswanson:

      The film Sadie Thompson (1928) almost wasn’t made due to it’s subject matter. Censors wouldn’t even allow the word Rain, the original title of the W. Somerset Maugham best seller, to be see in any of the titles cards. According to Gloria Swanson censors went over the film ‘with a fine tooth comb’ for swearing but lip readers can clearly see Gloria’s character swear numerous times in the film.

      (Source : viviensleigh, via labelleotero)

      poisonvisage:

      Tamara de Lempicka, “The Marquis D’Afflitto on a Staircase” (1926)

      treadmill-to-oblivion:

      Alice Prin, better known as Kiki De Montparnasse photographed by Man Ray.

      lepasau-dela:

      Hans Richter, Filmstudie (1926)

      (via etund)

      screengoddess:

      Nell Kelly 1929, photo by James Hargis Connell

      (via terminalsigma)

      carolathhabsburg:

      Prince Louis Ferdinand of Prussia and french actress Lili Damita.

      Thy had a brief affair in the 1920s.

      una-lady-italiana:

Woman in fur (Kiki de Montparnasse) , 1926. Photo by Aleksandr Grinberg.

      una-lady-italiana:

      Woman in fur (Kiki de Montparnasse) , 1926. Photo by Aleksandr Grinberg.

      parabolica242:

      artdecoblog:

      mote-historie:

      liquidnight:

      George Hoyningen-Huene - Colette Salomon as “The modern woman,” Vogue, 1927

      From The Photographic Art of Hoyningen-Huene by William A. Ewing

      navisis:

      Portrait, 1928

      Florence Henri

      (via etund)

      mimbeau:

      Place de la Concorde on a rainy day

      Paris 1928

      André Kertèsz

      (via mimbeau)

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