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‘Life is a Catwalk’ Art Deco Bauhaus Poster Print Vintage 1930s Cat by RedGateArts

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‘Life is a Catwalk’ Art Deco Bauhaus Poster Print Vintage 1930s Cat by RedGateArts

If you only have a narrow room to set up your kitchen in the house, then it is important to choose the layout for the kitchen, especially when you want a full-featured one. A small space is often difficult to carry all the functions of a kitchen, so it needs a more smart use of […]

19 Practical U-Shaped Kitchen Designs for Small Spaces

If you only have a narrow room to set up your kitchen in the house, then it is important to choose the layout for the kitchen, especially when you want a full-featured one. A small space is often difficult to carry all the functions of a kitchen, so it needs a more smart use of […]

40 Effortlessly Stress-Free DIY Hairstyles for Glamorous Short Hair - Half up styles, faux braided, easy braids and quick hairstyles! Video tutorial for each, pin now use later! #hair #hairstyles #shorthair via @vanessacrafting

40 Effortlessly Stress-Free DIY Hairstyles for Glamorous Short Hair

40 Effortlessly Stress-Free DIY Hairstyles for Glamorous Short Hair - Half up styles, faux braided, easy braids and quick hairstyles! Video tutorial for each, pin now use later! #hair #hairstyles #shorthair via @vanessacrafting

Betty Brosmer.. the highest paid pin-up girl of the 1950s, considered by many as the first true supermodel. Her waist measured 18 inches, her bust 38 inches and hips 36 inches. It’s speculated she achieved her tiny waist with corset training, also known as waist training, waist reduction or tightlacing, for moulding a pronounced and significantly smaller waist, altering the shape of the ribcage in extreme cases and moving internal organs out of their original positions.

Betty Brosmer.. the highest paid pin-up girl of the 1950s, considered by many as the first true supermodel. Her waist measured 18 inches, her bust 38 inches and hips 36 inches. It’s speculated she achieved her tiny waist with corset training, also known as waist training, waist reduction or tightlacing, for moulding a pronounced and significantly smaller waist, altering the shape of the ribcage in extreme cases and moving internal organs out of their original positions.

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