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beautiful hair!

'Hair Storm' ~ Doutzen Kroes by Sølve Sundsbø for Pop Magazine, Spring/Summer 2008 ~ Hair: Luigi Murenu ~ Styling: Katie Grand ~ Fashion Editor: Sally Lyndley

Legendary British Victorian stage actor Sir John Martin Harvey (who bears, I think, a striking resemblance to Oscar Wilde) and his rather delight hat. Victorian 19th century

Legendary British Victorian stage actor Sir John Martin Harvey (bears a striking resemblance to Oscar Wilde) and his rather delight hat.

1960s minidresses

Mini Dresses--although we were not allowed to wear short skirts/dresses in school. Things certainly have changed--we couldn't even wear slacks/pants/jeans to school---dresses or skirts.

Bianca Jagger and Warhol, 1977

Bianca Jagger and Warhol, 1977

Rudolph Valentino in "The Son of the Sheik" (1926)

Rudolph Valentino (ambassador of the turban as seductive style statement), seen on the left with Vilma Banky in the 1926 silent film, Son of the Sheik,

Twiggy 1960s. Em 1964 a mini-saia surge, sendo da responsabilidade de Courrèges e iniciada por Mary Quant, acompanhada de collants coloridos que contrastavam com o restante coordenado.

Twiggy: Of course I've got a muffin top! The model talks to LIZ JONES about facelifts, dodgy ankles and her 'lumps and bumps'

Mary Quant:minimalist look with color,hair and stockings as the main accessories.

As model and muse to designer Rudi Gernreich, Peggy Moffitt was a style icon of the sixties. Peggy was born in California in She beg.

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