nikutai:

Sayaka Yoshino + Kishin Shinoyama
少女の欲望
- 篠山 紀信 Shinoyama Kishin

nikutai:

Sayaka Yoshino + Kishin Shinoyama

少女の欲望

- 篠山 紀信 Shinoyama Kishin

(via dad-vibes)

fewthistle:

Tynemouth, England. 1978.
Photographer: Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen

fewthistle:

Tynemouth, England. 1978.

Photographer: Sirkka-Liisa Konttinen

fewthistle:

Lauren Bacall. 1949.
Photographer: Alfred Eisenstaedt

fewthistle:

Lauren Bacall. 1949.

Photographer: Alfred Eisenstaedt

fewthistle:

A blanket, a book, and thou. 1920s.
Photographer: Unknown

fewthistle:

A blanket, a book, and thou. 1920s.

Photographer: Unknown


Veronica Lake in the 1940s.

Veronica Lake in the 1940s.

(Source: missveronicalakes, via lemonspit)

From Brooklyn Gang, 1959

Bruce Davidson

(Source: k-a-t-i-e-, via lemonspit)


helena bonham carter; 1985

helena bonham carter; 1985

(Source: 3282921, via lemonspit)


Françoise Hardy by Sam Levin

Françoise Hardy by Sam Levin

(Source: en-dansant-la-javanaise, via lemonspit)

nevver:

Needlepoint, Jose Romussi

(Source: joseromussi.com)

shihlun:

Lauren Bacall

shihlun:

Lauren Bacall

(Source: wandrlust, via ceedling)

forties-fifties-sixties-love:

1947

forties-fifties-sixties-love:

1947

(via dad-vibes)

(Source: gashes, via dad-vibes)

cansinofan:

Rita between scenes on ”Gilda” - checking the script.

cansinofan:

Rita between scenes on ”Gilda” - checking the script.

(via dad-vibes)

thecollectivemisses:

Miss Subways contestants, 1968

thecollectivemisses:

Miss Subways contestants, 1968

(Source: New York Daily News, via dad-vibes)

fleetwytchmac:

decadentlullaby:

When women used to be depressed or were not “taking care of their men” properly their husbands could send them to the psych ward for attitude adjustments. This was part of conditioning them to always wear a smile. They believed that if a woman saw herself smiling that it would become natural practice and that she would be “cured”. This often went along with shock therapies.

CREEPY.

fleetwytchmac:

decadentlullaby:

When women used to be depressed or were not “taking care of their men” properly their husbands could send them to the psych ward for attitude adjustments. This was part of conditioning them to always wear a smile. They believed that if a woman saw herself smiling that it would become natural practice and that she would be “cured”. This often went along with shock therapies.

CREEPY.

(via dad-vibes)