Monday, July 8, 2013

Vintage Hollywood Glamour


Actress Jean Harlow (1911-1937), on the set of George Cukor’s film, Dinner at Eight, 1933.
Pic from historiful.tumbler

Mae West in Goin' to Town (1935)
Pic from BlueVelvetVintage
There is nothing like the Hollywood glamour of the Golden Age of film during the 30s & 40s. Everything seemed to have a little more class back then, plus the fashion was to die for. Movies had amazing costume designers, like Adrian and Edith Head, and the public was quick to emulate the elegant style they saw on the big screen. If you have never work a garment cut on the bias, you need to add it to your bucket list. It hangs beautifully on your curves and looks great on all body types

Perhaps part of the charm of that time is that celebrities were a bit more mysterious. Obviously, they had as many scandals as we do now, which is made evident by the content in the files of famed Hollywood private detective Fred Otash, recently made public for the first time.

So in the spirit of Hollywood Glamour, I put together an Etsy treasury of some fabulous goodies.
Vintage Hollywood Treasury by Tart Deco

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