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Louise Brooks

Fiercest Femmes Fatales

Louise Brooks as Lulu - Publicity portrait from the 1929 film “Die Büchse der Pandora” (Pandora's Box), directed by Georg Wilhelm Pabst

4 Ball Mill's Mess.

4 Ball Mill's Mess.

vintagegal: ““One day I realized Iwas living in a country where I was afraid to be black. It was only a country for white people. Not black. So I left. I had been suffocating in the United States… A lot of us left, not because we wanted to leave,...

vintagegal: ““One day I realized Iwas living in a country where I was afraid to be black. It was only a country for white people. Not black. So I left. I had been suffocating in the United States… A lot of us left, not because we wanted to leave,...

Feminist writer Collette as young woman with the long hair she had to leave home to cut, her mother was so proud of it

* Colette Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette was a defiantly independent woman. She wrote an opera with Ravel, was a confidante of Cocteau.

Annemarie Schwarzenbach

Post/Variant Gender & Rebel Style: You Handsome Devil

Annemarie Schwarzenbach/ I am quite aware that I've pinned this somewhere before. But it bears repetition.

Marcos Del Rio, Sofian El Ben, Mario Sebastián Ginés Curro Verdugo and Luis Pérez photographed and styled by Filip Custic and Kito Muñoz, with FW15-16 pieces from Dior Homme, for the latest issue of Fucking Young! magazine.

Marcos Del Rio, Sofian El Ben, Mario Sebastián Ginés Curro Verdugo and Luis Pérez photographed and styled by Filip Custic and Kito Muñoz, with pieces from Dior Homme, for the latest issue of Fucking Young

Freund photographed many writers, including James Joyce, T. S. Eliot, Elizabeth Bowen and George Bernard Shaw

Virginia Woolf's Life and Vision: 5 Key Points

Virginia Woolf, London, Photo by Gisele Freund. Adeline Virginia Woolf 25 January 1882 – 28 March was an English writer, and one of the foremost modernists of the twentieth century.

Annemarie Schwarzenbach by Marianne Breslauer

“She was neither a man nor a woman, but an angel, an archangel.” — Marianne Breslauer Annemarie Schwarzenbach was a Swiss writer, journali.

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