Richard Avedon - Rene Russo Wearing a Jacket by Karl Lagerfeld for Fendi (Vogue 1975)
“Find out who you are and do it on purpose.” Dolly Parton in New York City, October 1977, photographed for Vogue by Irving Penn
Patrick Hunt - Vidal Sassoon Ad (Vogue UK 1973)
Ann Sothern, c.1936
In episode 2, Wanda wears a floral print top with a scoop neck. Her shirt is untucked, in the 1960s it became acceptable to wear shirts untucked. Wearing a printed top with pants in a matching color was popular, Wanda wears a floral top, red cardigan, and red pants. She wears a red bolero cardigan with ¾ length sleeves and piping. Straight cut cardigans were more popular in the 1960s, but Wanda’s bolero is a holdover from the 1950s bridging the two decades of the first episodes. Her cardigan is also a great example of the gradualness of fashion trends, as decades change you don’t get rid of your old clothes and replace them with new trendier pieces, you can create a modern outfit with pieces you already have. Her pants are an ankle length, cigarette style in a solid red. Her shoes are a low heel with a rounded toe and a bow on the center front, they’re probably black but it’s hard to tell. Makeup in the early 1960s was like the 1950s makeup but with a softer arched brow, subtle pink blush, eyeliner, mascara, and lipsticks in dark pinks and orange red. Wanda’s hair is styled in the popular ‘flick up’, which features teased and smoothed over hair with curls that flicked up the ends.
Magic Show outfit
Wanda’s magician’s assistant outfit is accurate to stage and dance outfits of the 1960s. She wears a sparkly, black leotard with straps and a sweetheart neckline. She accessorizes with opera-length black gloves, two diamond bracelets, and a black top hat with a rhinestone band. She wears pantyhose and a pair of black pumps.
Guy Bourdin - Karl Lagerfeld for Chloé (Vogue Paris 1976)
Helmut Newton - Yves Saint Laurent Couture S/S (1977)
Juxtopoz magazine - Sam Haskin’s NSFW decorated Levis jeans shoot
Vintage Fashion ~ Blush Pink Mohair Sweater ~ Handknit made in Italy ~ 50/60’s Vintage ~ Just listed see shop for details
murder scene :)
True Life: I’m a vintage square dancing dress lover…
Grace Hollow Doll
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