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September Girls from the British Society for the Protection of Mini Skirts stage a protest outside the House of Dior, for its 'unfair' treatment of miniskirts. [Miniskirt styles of the and

Teenage Boys in the 1950s

Teens, Teenage boys wearing the style they are most accustomed to throughout the United States; Jeans, leather boots (shoes are acceptable) and button up shirt with carefully rolled sleeves (a tee shirt may be worn under this or by itself).

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Dolores del Rio Dolores del Río born María de los Dolores Asúnsolo López-Negrete, was a Mexican film actress. She was a Hollywood star in the and and led the way for other Mexican actresses to work in the Golden City.

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Groovy, Baby: Your Ultimate Guide to Dance of the Decades Outfit Inspiration!

fashion photography is my favourite. The immaculate hair, the fullness of the skirt, the cute bows on the heels - you don't see style like that too often!

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With a blonde pixie cut, wide eyes, and a slim frame; Twiggy became the face of the Born Lesley Hornby in Neasden England, she revolutionized the way models were going to look. At only 16 s.

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1920s- dressing up not down

How to Be a Flapper Girl. Being a flapper was a trend in the Roaring Twenties, where some women rebelled against some of society's strict expectations of females. Flappers were women who liked to be "in the now styles and fads", and.

“Fashion models rest on a street corner”   photographer: Milton Greene   Italy, 1951

I love looking at old photographs.love this time periosd.the style is amazing. Fashion models rest on a street corner, by Milton Greene, Italy, 1951

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