(Source: worldshottestcelebrities)

fashionsfromhistory:

Dressing Gown

c.1900

Imported from Japan

MFA


Sleeping Girl (detail), Domenico Fetti, 1620–22

Sleeping Girl (detail), Domenico Fetti, 1620–22

(Source: sforzinda, via jaded-mandarin)

mightyhealthyquest:

IT’S ALWAYS TEA TIME!

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philamuseum:

Join us on a descent through the dark side of Hollywood during our October course on film noir, in partnership with Bryn Mawr Film Institute. Click here for more information and tickets.(Film still from “Double Indemnity,” 1944)

philamuseum:

Join us on a descent through the dark side of Hollywood during our October course on film noir, in partnership with Bryn Mawr Film Institute. Click here for more information and tickets.

(Film still from “Double Indemnity,” 1944)

glamouroushollywood:

Harry Potter images on We Heart It.

glamouroushollywood:

Harry Potter images on We Heart It.

glamouroushollywood:

Moon | reflection on We Heart It.

glamouroushollywood:

Moon | reflection on We Heart It.

hollywoodlady:

Elizabeth Taylor photographed by Clarence Sinclair Bull in 1948

hollywoodlady:

Elizabeth Taylor photographed by Clarence Sinclair Bull in 1948

titam:

Frances Tucker Montresor (portrait by Copley, 1778) (1744–1826) was born in New York, child of Thomas Tucker of Bermuda, a Lieutenant in the British army. She married John Montresor (1736–1799), then also a Lieutenant in the British army. In 1775, Montresor was commissioned as Chief Engineer in America with the rank of Captain. He bought Montresor’s (now Randall’s) Island in New York Harbor. General William Howe’s aide-de-camp at Brandywine in 1778.

titam:

Frances Tucker Montresor (portrait by Copley, 1778) (1744–1826) was born in New York, child of Thomas Tucker of Bermuda, a Lieutenant in the British army. She married John Montresor (1736–1799), then also a Lieutenant in the British army. In 1775, Montresor was commissioned as Chief Engineer in America with the rank of Captain. He bought Montresor’s (now Randall’s) Island in New York Harbor. General William Howe’s aide-de-camp at Brandywine in 1778.

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ephemeral-elegance:

Two Piece Plaid Chiffon Evening Gown, 1862

via Palais Galliera

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