livelymorgue:

March 27, 1921: Contents under pressure — a Weimar-era advertising gimmick put unemployed soldiers to work extolling the virtues of German champagne. Years later, in The Times Magazine, Stephen Spender recalled youthful days in Berlin toward the end of the 1920s. “We saw Berlin as a tremendous phenomenon, but not as the cultural center of the then contemporary Europe,” he wrote. “In fact, I doubt whether Berlin could ever be the center of anything, even of Germany: It is a kind of off-center, just as New York is off-center to the United States.” Photo: The New York Times

TGIF

snowce:

Philippe Le Tellier, Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward, Paris, 1961

snowce:

Philippe Le Tellier, Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward, Paris, 1961

livelymorgue:

March 25, 1934: Inspired by the newfangled contraptions of the era, Andre Perugia unveiled some of his latest shoe designs: “Evening Oxford With Airplane Wire Heel; a Mule With Organ Pipe Heel, and a Sandal With a Machine Age Heel of Metal Balls.” Elsewhere in that Sunday’s “Rotogravure Picture Section in Two Parts” (beginning on page 103): signs of spring; a scowling Princess Margaret Rose of York; the pouring of 100 tons of molten glass for a mirror; and a “new plane with wings like a saucer: the ‘circle plane.’ ” Photo: The New York Times

snowce:

Ferdinando Scianna, Sicily, 1987

laclaes:

Elsa Martinelli.

mpdrolet:

Patti Smith, New York City, 1996

Annie Leibovitz

1955. “Images show young woman arriving in New York City, getting a job and working.” 

John Vachon for the Look magazine assignment “career girl.” 

snowce:

Egon Schiele, Girl in a plaid shirt (Mädchen in karierter Bluse), 1911

marc-aspinall:

Pretty In Pink Portrait

Inspired by Molly Ringwald’s hair, I decided to do a pencil and wash drawing of her somewhat bemused face from the 80’s classic.

(via iwanttobelikearollingstone)