rockabillyandrockabetty:

fuckyeahvintage-retro:

Los Angeles, 1960s

Dat ass.

theticketthatexploded:

1913-1998
Pierre-Laurent Brenot est considéré comme le père de la pin-up française. Célèbre affichiste, notamment pour le Lido, il travaille pour de nombreuses grandes marques comme Dior. A la fin de sa vie, il se consacre à la peinture.
Pour en savoir plus, visiter l’excellent site : Pierre-Laurent Brenot

(via Pinupmania: Pierre-Laurent Brenot, père de la pin-up française)

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Timestamp: 1315933277

theticketthatexploded:

1913-1998
Pierre-Laurent Brenot est considéré comme le père de la pin-up française. Célèbre affichiste, notamment pour le Lido, il travaille pour de nombreuses grandes marques comme Dior. A la fin de sa vie, il se consacre à la peinture.
Pour en savoir plus, visiter l’excellent site : Pierre-Laurent Brenot

(via Pinupmania: Pierre-Laurent Brenot, père de la pin-up française)

(via esmeraldabonterre-deactivated20)

illbedancingwithmyself:

My grandpappy was a police officer in Oakland, CA for quite a long time. While going through his belongings after his death, some old mugshots dating from the forties to the sixties popped up. Methinks I’ll be puting some up now and then

(Source: illbedancinginskeletonhell, via rockabillybabee-deactivated2012)

Timestamp: 1315533154

illbedancingwithmyself:

My grandpappy was a police officer in Oakland, CA for quite a long time. While going through his belongings after his death, some old mugshots dating from the forties to the sixties popped up. Methinks I’ll be puting some up now and then

(Source: illbedancinginskeletonhell, via rockabillybabee-deactivated2012)

theyroaredvintage:

Countess Consuela, Vogue 1963

theyroaredvintage:

Mademoiselle magazine, 1961. The hair bow and upturned collar are adorable

theyroaredvintage:

Vogue 1967. Absolutely stunning!

theyroaredvintage:

Audrey Hepburn in “How to Steal a Million”, 1966