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Visning av Christian Diors vår- og sommer kolleksjonen på Savoy Hotel, 25. april 1950, London. Foto: J. Waldorf/ POLYFOTO/ Arkiv Sturlason

Visning av Christian Diors vår- og sommer kolleksjonen på Savoy Hotel, 25. april 1950, London. Foto: J. Waldorf/ POLYFOTO/ Arkiv Sturlason

Four models from the Daily Mirror beauty contests having lunch at the Savoy Hotel, 1919. London.

Four models from the Daily Mirror beauty contest having lunch at the Savoy Hotel, 1919

"Winter Palace" by Samuel H. Gottscho. New York, 1933

Samuel H. Gottscho "New York City views. Plaza buildings from Central Park." The Savoy Plaza and Plaza hotels, February 1933 [via Shorpy]

Visning av Christian Diors vår- og sommer kolleksjonen på Savoy Hotel, 25. april 1950, London. Foto: J. Waldorf/ POLYFOTO/ Arkiv Sturlason

Christian Diors kolleksjon (I), 1950

Mrs. Potter Palmer, of Chicago and Newport, woman commissioner from the United States to the Paris exposition. (1900)  Mrs. Soames

Potter Palmer, of Chicago and Newport, woman commissioner from the United States to the Paris exposition.

Baby in a Victorian pram.  Prams were first seen around 1850 and became very fashionable throughout the Victorian era. They were seen as a status symbol because they were costly.

The Domestic Servant Baby in a Victorian pram. Prams were first seen around 1850 and became very fashionable throughout the Victorian era. They were seen as a status symbol because they were costly.

Sonia Delaunay at Tate Modern - Pattern Power | Patternbank

Sonia Delaunay at Tate Modern - Pattern Power

Sonia Delaunay Beachwear, 1927 High style in details and in every field of life - typical Art Deco. Geometric patterns also typical.

Polka dot House, from Life magazine, April, 1952.  The house was the work of Emery Jernquist, who had painted his Warwick, RI house black, but then decided it looked too somber.

Polka-dotted house - Life magazine April The house is the work of Emery Jernquist, who had painted his Warwick house black, but then decided it looked too somber. So he decorated its walls and white chimney with bright-colored polka dots.

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