indypendent-thinking:

Louis Armstrong in Paris, 1934

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adanvc:

Jour de Pluie aux Champs Elysées, 1931.

by Brassaï

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francoisedorleacs:

Caption (Elle s’appelait Françoise): “Elle ne buvait pas, ne fumait pas mais adorait danser toute la nuit. Devant l’entrée du Bus Palladium à Paris.”


 

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liquidnight:

André Kertész

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

[From the Réunion des Musées Nationaux]

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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
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

    greeneyes55:

Paris 1960s
Photo: Gisèle Freund 

    greeneyes55:

    Paris 1960s

    Photo: Gisèle Freund 

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    mimbeau:

    Place de la Concorde on a rainy day

    Paris 1928

    André Kertèsz

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    mimbeau:

    Daniel Frasnay

    Le juke-box - Paris 1956

    fawnvelveteen:

    Anouk Aimée, Paris, 1962 (Gisèle Freund)

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    Sean Flynn- Autoportrait dans son appartement parisien, années 1960

    Sean Flynn- Autoportrait dans son appartement parisien, années 1960

    una-lady-italiana:

Swimming Pool in Cafe in Paris Hotel, 1932 by Alfred Eisenstaedt

    una-lady-italiana:

    Swimming Pool in Cafe in Paris Hotel, 1932
    by Alfred Eisenstaedt

    
Paul Newman And His Wife Joanne Woodward walking around Paris, photographed by Philippe Le Tellier, 1961.

Paul Newman And His Wife Joanne Woodward walking around Paris, photographed by Philippe Le Tellier, 1961.

Paul Newman And His Wife Joanne Woodward walking around Paris, photographed by Philippe Le Tellier, 1961.

Paul Newman And His Wife Joanne Woodward walking around Paris, photographed by Philippe Le Tellier, 1961.
      Paul Newman And His Wife Joanne Woodward walking around Paris, photographed by Philippe Le Tellier, 1961.

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      “Was it fun in Paris? Who did you see there and was the Madeleine pink at five o’clock and did the fountains fall with hollow delicacy into the framing of space in the Place de la Concorde and did the blue creep out from behind the colonades of the rue Rivoli through the grill of the Tuileries and was the Louvre gray and metallic in the sun and did the trees hang brooding over the cafés and were there lights at night and the click of saucers and the auto horns that play Debussy.
      I love Paris. How was it?”
      Zelda to Scott
      Summer of 1930 (via debourbon)
      greeneyes55:

Juliette Greco Paris 1948
Photo: Karl Bissinger

      greeneyes55:

      Juliette Greco Paris 1948

      Photo: Karl Bissinger

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