20th September 2013
Photoset reblogged from StereoCulture Society with 26 notes
Her name was Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy Onassis. And she was fabulous.
11th September 2013
Photo reblogged from Humans of New York with 4,297 notes
"I’m breaking out of my shell."
1st September 2013
Photoset reblogged from Joansie's Scrapbook with 75 notes
The Jackie look by Cosmo (1967)
26th August 2013
Photo reblogged from It's obviously a wormstache with 119,642 notes
this is sucriya. she accessorizes her catholic school uniform with a different scarf every day, which every teacher writes her up for. when my principal walked up to her and pointed to her scarf and said “what’s this?” she said
“sister, that’s fashion”
and just walked away
19th August 2013
Link reblogged from Free Gay Conservative with 3 notes
The September issue of Vogue magazine, billed as The Fall Fashion Blockbuster
, features a lengthy profile
of Texas state senator Wendy Davis….
"So as the millions of Vogue readers (87% of which are female) turn its pages in search of unattainable freakish beauty, they will be treated to a profile of Wendy Davis and whether they know it or not, the notion of a war on them is reinforced."
I believe her cuz she dresses pretty.
3rd August 2013
Photo reblogged from Historical Times with 28 notes
Cassius Clay, London, 1963
29th June 2013
Photo reblogged from Wire9Vintage with 6 notes
From May 25, 1970, US News and World Report.
"In our continuing effort to make man as at home in the sky, as he is on the earth, we realized we had to do something for women. So on October 26, 1969, we put stewardesses in pants."
29th April 2013
Photo reblogged from chicagogeek with 204 notes
Then 21-year-old Hillary Rodham at her parents’ home in suburban Park Ridge, Illinois; ca. 1969.
(Photographer: Lee Balterman)
27th March 2013
Photo reblogged from LaissezFaireCapitalist. with 33 notes
It should say “Republican boys” — if there is such a thing.