Vintage Black Glamour

vintage style, glamorous models, singers and actresses. ie. Dorothy Dandridge, Eartha Kitt, and Josephine Baker Black glamour | Harlem Rennasiance | Black History
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1950's.. This is the type of clothing you wore when you were pregnant very loose fitting top no baby bump

This is the type of clothing you wore when you were pregnant very loose fitting top no baby bump (vintage top

Anita Baker

Anita Baker, jazzy soulful and elegant in her performance - an icon who set the tone for R&B in the and

Phylicia Rashad & Debbie Allen

Often overshadowed by her older sister Phylicia, Debbie Allen has been a force in Hollywood for decades. Debbie is best known for her roles as Lydia Grant on "Fame," Jackie Warren on "In The.

Throughout the history there have been some remarkable black nurses that many people know little or nothing about, here is your chance to find out who are these extraordinary women...

Throughout the history there have been some remarkable black nurses that many people know little or nothing about, here is your chance to find out who are these extraordinary women.

Adoringly Dorothy Dandridge, “For   years to come, the film [The Decks Ran Red] would be worth viewing simply to glimpse [Dorothy] Dandridge at the height of her lush legendary beauty, which director [Andrew] Stone was clearly enamored with. She may have never been more beautiful on film.”-Donald Bogle

“For years to come, the film [The Decks Ran Red] would be worth viewing simply to glimpse [Dorothy] Dandridge at the height of her lush legendary beauty, which director [Andrew] Stone was clearly.

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vintageblackglamour: The one and only Dorothy Jean Dandridge was born on this day 90 years ago in Cleveland, Ohio. She is pictured at home in 1954 in a photo by Allan Grant.

Dorothy Dandridge

Dorothy Dandridge arriving with her sister at the premiere of Carmen Jones in New York City on October

Dorothy Dandridge                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Inspiring Pics of Black Icons Serving Vintage Glam

Provocative silver tinted haired Jazz singer Joyce Bryant. Riceandbeanz.net

Joyce "The Bronze Bombshell" Bryant, NYC, 1954 by Philippe Halsman. Known as "The Black Marilyn Monroe", she would become the first dark-skinned African-American woman celebrated by the mass media as a 'sex-symbol'.

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