Ever since the invention of the camera in the early 1800s, photographers have documented everything, from wars and protest marches to scientific discoveries, and even space landings, allowing everyone to, in a way, "attend" these special events.
Screenland advised against using eau de cologne because it could turn hair gray, and suggested dark-haired ladies could keep their mane shiny by using henna: "A drop of scent in the rinse-water at shampoo time will give it a lingering evasive aroma that makes strong men stronger in your favor."
Just in case you hadn’t noticed, I’m pretty enamored by the Edwardian era. Obviously I love Titanic, but Somewhere in Time, Tuck Everlasting, and Downton Abbey also have a special place in my heart. I love the layered skirts, the … Continue reading →
image source At the moment, as I am quite hyped up on caffeine, I’m finding looking at vintage/pin-up and boudoir pictures irresistible. I want to be in a vintage shoot and almost as much I want to buy a bunch of furniture and photograph people with fake eyelashes (you are confused, and that’s okay. I’m […]