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"Every woman needs a little gypsy in her soul...  There is, I think, in all women, a wild and an ancient gypsy who cries in anguish when we starch her flat. There is a part of us that can never, ever be happy until the gypsy can dance".  ---Clarissa Pinkola Estes. Image By digitalwebsitehosting.net — with Liba Lerner.

For love or money: Birmingham Music Club's 'The Merry Widow' taking Virginia Samford Theatre stage (video)

Lily Elsie, le Belle Epoque Beauty in my series Beauties of le Belle Epoque - Sanctuaries, Dreams and Shadows - Art, Poetry, Vintage Images - Zimbio

1910's Fashion

Dinner dress House of Drécoll The classic pannier draping and long pointed train of this dress indicates the highest style of the period. Beautiful in shape and style, the piece is an elegant.

Yo soy responsable de lo que hago no de lo que dicen que hago.

Yo soy responsable de lo que hago no de lo que dicen que hago.

The Fairbanks Twins. Madeline (15 November 1900 – 15 January 1989) and her twin sister Marion (15 November 1900 – 20 September 1973) were stage and motion picture actresses active in the silent era

Silent Film Stars The Fairbank Sisters (Madeline & Marion), were stage and motion picture actresses active in the silent era - photo by Alfred Cheney Johnston, c.

1906 Postcard Of English Actress Hilda Trevelyan (1877-1959)

Miss Hilda Trevelyan wearing a black arm band. A famous English actress, most remembered now for her role as Wendy in Peter Pan. This photo postcard is dated If the photo of her was taken in 1906 she was already 26 years old. She played a young girl.

French woman posing for cameo modeling what a lady of fashion would be wearing in the Belle Epoque.

Corsetry, top hats and ruffles: 1900s fashion reimagined for the Edwardian Ball

French woman posing for cameo modeling what a lady of fashion would be wearing in the Belle Epoque (around 1871 to or the late Victorian thru Edwardian periods).

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