1930s skiing fashions from the cover of McCalls Homemaking magazine, 1938. Jinx Falkenberg in California, photographed by Nickolas Muray. Source and copyright: George Eastman House Collection: No known copyright restrictions Edited with BlogPad Pro
1930s colour fashion photo of a woman wearing a flower hat and holding a makeup compact from McCalls Magazine, 1937. Source and copyright: George Eastman House Collection No known copyright restrictions Edited with BlogPad Pro
1930s movie star Paulette Goddard in a beautiful dress on the cover of Cinegraf Magazine. Source and copyright: This image is in the public domain because the copyright of this photograph, registered in Argentina, has expired.
1930s advert for Lucky Strike from 1936: ‘Lucky Strike, Girl with Snowshoes’. Photo by Nickolas Muray. Source and copyright: George Eastman House Collection: No known copyright restrictions
I think this photo must be from the early 1930s – she’s just lovely. There is something about her face which reminds me of Rachel Weisz from the movie The Mummy. The photo is of Dena Evelyn Shapiro [Joseph] who received a Master’s in sociology from the University of Chicago in 1929. This photo describes(…)
1930s cover for McCall’s Magazine: woman wearing scarf and looking rather defiantly at the camera! The magazine was from July 1938 Source and copyright: George Eastman House Collection: No known copyright restrictions
THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED, THE WINNER HAS BEEN ANNOUNCED HERE. YOU CAN SEE OUR CURRENT COMPETITION HERE. This week we’re delighted to be able to give-away this beautiful vintage needlepoint bag, thanks to the lovely Evelyn at I Love VintageBagz who sells a beautiful array of vintage bags, belts, shoes and jewellery. The bag(…)
They are photos taken by an unknown photographer of a circus in the early 1930s. Thanks to the Tyne & Wear Museum. You can see the rest of these photos here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/twm_news/sets/72157627692102509/ Source and copyright: No known copyright restrictions
I just love this beautiful dress! Clip from Shall We Dance. Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers dancing to “They All Laughed.”
I love the futuristic fashions in this 1930s fashion forecast for the new millenium!