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Women’s Fashion – 1940s
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Italian Fashion during Renaissance
The period after 11th century was development and domination of Italian fashion. The development of art was as its peak. Great Italian artists such as Leonardo da Vinci gave one of their best masterpieces. The Italian fashion was also influenced by the art during that period. Great attention was paid to the extravagant dresses. The rich merchants with large amount of money at their disposal were ready to spend lavishly on the expensive clothing. They showed their power and status by competing by dressing extravagantly. Intricate designs with complex fashions were made. Just like modern fashion, no rich tradesman would wear dresses that were out of fashion.
There was increased consumption of highly fashionable cloths with greater stress to the quality of textile cloths. The demand in high quality cloth materials led to manufacture of fine fabrics. (more…)
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How to achieve a glamorous party make-over look. Professional make up artist takes inspiration from glamourous hollywood stars of the 1950s. Hair is in soft curls and make up is classic but lush.
1950s Wedding Glamour
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Celebrity Make-Up Artist Jackie Tyson re-creates the stunning 1950s look she created for Claire Richards on her wedding day. Visit JackieTyson.com for more professional hints, tips and techniques.
The King Vintage booth at the San Francisco Vintage Fashion Expo
Vintage Fashion Expo will present more than 85 vintage dealers offering the best in vintage clothing and accessories for men and women. The expo will feature women’s hats, gloves, purses, dresses, shoes, costume and estate jewelry, men’s vintage shoes, ties, hats and suits and more. You will also find great vintage eyewear for men and women.
Characters living in a movie of 50s which triggered a soberly to settle a score to settle with society.
Basing these Femme fatale characters in them that break the rules of the system are charged with loneliness, death, misunderstanding,. Women pay with their soul for taking roles that at the time were exclusively male.
They have a seemingly simple but hidden inside the complication, folding them more extreme femininity and masculinity.
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A wonderful vintage film of 1920′s women’s fashion from a Berlei lingerie advertisement ,
The grace and innocent elegance of the time is endearing.
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Betty Grable: I had the privilege of meeting this delightful lady on several occasions; Betty was the armed forces No.1 Pin-Up Girl everywhere during WW2 and brought enjoyment to millions more with her numerous musical films…
Most of Grable’s immediate ancestors were American, but her distant heritage was of Dutch, Irish, German and English stock.She was propelled into the acting profession by her mother. For her first role, as a chorus girl in the film Happy Days (1929), Grable was only 12 years old (legally underage for acting), but, because the chorus line performed in blackface, it was impossible to tell how old she was. Her mother soon gave her a make-over which included dyeing her hair platinum blonde.
For her next film, her mother got her a contract using a false identification. When this deception was discovered, however, Grable was fired. Grable finally obtained a role as a ‘Goldwyn Girl’ in Whoopee! (1930), starring Eddie Cantor. Though Grable received no billing, she led the opening number, “Cowboys.” Grable then worked in small roles at different studios for the rest of the decade, including the Academy Award-winning The Gay Divorcee (1934), starring Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers, where she was prominently featured in the number “Let’s K-nock K-nees”.
Grable’s later career was marked by feuds with studio heads. At one point, in the middle of a fight with Zanuck, she tore up her contract and stormed out of his office. By 1953, Zanuck was grooming Marilyn Monroe to replace Grable as the Fox’s resident sex symbol. Far from feeling threatened, on the set of How to Marry a Millionaire Grable famously said to Monroe, “go and get yours, honey! I’ve had mine”. It was at this point that Grable lost her father ‘Conn’ Grable in 1954, at age 71.
Joan Blondell was an Academy Award-nominated American actress. Considered a sexy wisecracking blonde, she was a pre-Hays Code staple of Warner Brothers and appeared in more than 100 movies and television productions.
Images of the blonde, blue-eyed wisecracking Star of the 1930′s
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