Audrey Hepburn ~ During production of Sabrina (1954), Billy Wilder was continuously working on the script. One day he asked Hepburn to feign illness so he would have enough time to finish the scene to be shot. More

Audrey Hepburn ~ During production of Sabrina Billy Wilder was continuously working on the script. One day he asked Hepburn to feign illness so he would have enough time to finish the scene to be shot. Audrey looking stunning 😊

Marilyn and Jane

Fashion: Eleven Vintage Style Icons Marilyn Monroe and Jane Russell. A-line dresses were popular in the as well as halter tops. You can also see the hourglass silhouette.

1950s Shorts: Vintage Retro Shorts History

1950s Shorts: Vintage Retro Shorts History

This is the chic style that was presented in the as ladies rode on their bicycles in style! The loose curls in their hair were common at the time, as well as the headbands.

1950s glamour girl and pin up Betty Brosmer who had the amazing hourglass figure of: 38-18-36 (inches). Her she has the most tiny waist, I know a lot more clothes were handmade in the fifties, but …

the highest paid pin-up girl of the considered by many as the first true supermodel. Her waist measured 18 inches, her bust 38 inches and hips 36 inches. It’s speculated she achieved her tiny waist with corset training.

images of Lana Lobell catalog vintage fashion - 1956

images of Lana Lobell 1956 catalog vintage fashion. Wow - definitely styled to define a shapely silhouette ~ Cortigiana 2016

Givenchy's shoulder-banding white satin dress with tapered slashed skirt and a satin shawl is threaded with mink, 1954

Sunny Harnett wearing Givenchy, 1954 - Photo by Richard Avedon - the glamour of old days. people just can't do this anymore.

Anonymous 'teddy-girl' by Ken Russell 1950s

"Always in style (even today!) Love the hair, too!" Teddy Girl series by Ken Russell, 1955 vintage style fashion retro street found girl in cigarette pants loafers sweater hair

Classic. Classic. Classic. I still love this photo...I heard an interview on the radio about this woman 50 yrs later. They did not know each other.

"C'est la vie"

Legendary kiss V–J day in Times Square Alfred Eisenstaedt , was published in Life in 1945 with the caption, In New York's Times Square a white-clad girl clutches her purse and skirt as an uninhibited sailor plants his lips squarely on hers

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