Moises Gomes | African Women  Hello my friends,        This work developed to study techniques of modeling organic, rendering and composition. It was inspired by photographs of women of African tribes.

Moises Gomes | African Women Hello my friends, This work developed to study techniques of modeling organic, rendering and composition. It was inspired by photographs of women of African tribes.

1930s Hairstyles | A collection of 1930’s photographs, depicting some of the hairstyles of the time, like the perm, softwave bob and the coxcomb curls, and one lady even sporting a boat ornament on her head.

1930s Hairstyles | A collection of 1930’s photographs, depicting some of the hairstyles of the time, like the perm, softwave bob and the coxcomb curls, and one lady even sporting a boat ornament on her head.

Photographs of Everyday Life in 1950s New-York City – Fubiz Media

Photographs of Everyday Life in 1950s New-York City

'Regal Rose' photoshoot   Clothing by 'Naturally Bohemian'  Photographer : Camilla Felgate    Hair and makeup : Amber Cobb   Model : Izadora  Floral headdress : Jo Flowers

'Regal Rose' photoshoot Clothing by 'Naturally Bohemian' Photographer : Camilla Felgate Hair and makeup : Amber Cobb Model : Izadora Floral headdress : Jo Flowers

During the 1920s the cloche was the most popular hat style in a time when women seldom left home without wearing a hat for day or a hair decoration for evening. Description from shefalibuzz.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

20s headwear

During the 1920s the cloche was the most popular hat style in a time when women seldom left home without wearing a hat for day or a hair decoration for evening. Description from shefalibuzz.blogspot.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

To empower modern women, photographer Kacy Johnson created ‘FEMALE’, a photo series that puts the spotlight on the bare backs of females. The inspiring photo project documents anyone around the globe who identifies as female, regardless of age, sex, ethnicities, and shapes.

To empower modern women, photographer Kacy Johnson created ‘FEMALE’, a photo series that puts the spotlight on the bare backs of females. The inspiring photo project documents anyone around the globe who identifies as female, regardless of age, sex, ethnicities, and shapes.

❀ Flower Maiden Fantasy ❀ women & flowers in art fashion photography - Tim Walker

Pictures From Wonderland - Tim Walker (12 Photos)

❀ Flower Maiden Fantasy ❀ women & flowers in art fashion photography - Tim Walker

I love ANJA NIEMI's PHOTOGRAPHY. Her style makes me think of a handful of other photographers and directors I adore who all speak this language. The imagery is comprehensible but still it leaves this element of discomfort for the surveyor which I love.

I love ANJA NIEMI's PHOTOGRAPHY. Her style makes me think of a handful of other photographers and directors I adore who all speak this language. The imagery is comprehensible but still it leaves this element of discomfort for the surveyor which I love.

Corset 1905.... my gdnss! look at that tiny waist.... no wonder the ladies fainted often in those days, they could hardly breathe!!

Corset 1905.... my gdnss! look at that tiny waist.... no wonder the ladies fainted often in those days, they could hardly breathe!!

women holding books in Kensington on July 4th 1906..wonderful images by the late amateur photographer Edward Linley Sambourne,  Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2173872/Edwardian-street-style-Astonishing-amateur-images-capture-fashion-women-London-Paris-century-ago.html#ixzz2bx4QVmxi Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

Edwardian street style: Astonishing amateur images which capture the fashion of women in London and Paris over a century ago

women holding books in Kensington on July 4th 1906..wonderful images by the late amateur photographer Edward Linley Sambourne, Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2173872/Edwardian-street-style-Astonishing-amateur-images-capture-fashion-women-London-Paris-century-ago.html#ixzz2bx4QVmxi Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

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