Halvard Leirvik

Halvard Leirvik

Halvard Leirvik
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Handsome 19th century boy.

Handsome 19th century boy.

Oliva  The Prestige  Jacket of satin striped voile. Striped silk twill skirt with pleated gauze with ribbon trim and applied embroidery. Lapels, cuffs, bodice facing, and front skirt panels are silk overlaid with lace and applied floral embroidery. The Costumer's Guide to Movie Costumes:

Oliva The Prestige Jacket of satin striped voile. Striped silk twill skirt with pleated gauze with ribbon trim and applied embroidery. Lapels, cuffs, bodice facing, and front skirt panels are silk overlaid with lace and applied floral embroidery. The Costumer's Guide to Movie Costumes:

Riding Habit  Date: ca. 1875 Culture: American Medium: wool

Riding Habit Date: ca. 1875 Culture: American Medium: wool

Vilma Banky ) Vilma Bánky in 1927    Born Vilma Koncsics January 9, 1901 Nagydorog, Tolna County, Austria-Hungary (present-day Nagydorog, Republic of Hungary)   Died March 18, 1991 (aged 90) Los Angeles, California, U.S.   Occupation Actress   Years active 1919–1933   Spouse(s) Rod La Rocque (m. 1927–69) (his death

Vilma Banky ) Vilma Bánky in 1927 Born Vilma Koncsics January 9, 1901 Nagydorog, Tolna County, Austria-Hungary (present-day Nagydorog, Republic of Hungary) Died March 18, 1991 (aged 90) Los Angeles, California, U.S. Occupation Actress Years active 1919–1933 Spouse(s) Rod La Rocque (m. 1927–69) (his death

back - Riding habit, Date: ca. 1875. Culture: American Medium: wool

back - Riding habit, Date: ca. 1875. Culture: American Medium: wool

c. 1900 dress

c. 1900 dress

This is absolutely amazing!  Would love to replicate this one...

This is absolutely amazing! Would love to replicate this one...

I love how everything from texture, silhouette, and lighting composition gives off such strong and fearless emotions .

I love how everything from texture, silhouette, and lighting composition gives off such strong and fearless emotions .

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Paris, 1908 at  The Prix du Prince de Galles at Longchamp racecourse. ...a furore breaks out as three beautiful models enter the enclosure –beneath their exquisite and exceptionally clinging gowns they appear to be wearing – nothing! It was obvious to all who saw them that the young women were wearing neither corset, petticoat nor chemise! The designer of the dresses was Jeanne Margaine-Lacroix.

Paris, 1908 at The Prix du Prince de Galles at Longchamp racecourse. ...a furore breaks out as three beautiful models enter the enclosure –beneath their exquisite and exceptionally clinging gowns they appear to be wearing – nothing! It was obvious to all who saw them that the young women were wearing neither corset, petticoat nor chemise! The designer of the dresses was Jeanne Margaine-Lacroix.