Lilly Pulitzer Vintage In the Slim Worth Shift VGUC Holy Grail! In the Slim was based off a famous photograph taken of members of the Rockefeller, Whitney, and Vanderbilt families wearing Lilly Pulitzer dresses. There does appear to be a stain which is pictured, I have not tried to remove it. It's such an iconic piece I'm not going to touch it. Lilly Pulitzer Dresses
Barrows in and around Kent Street and Moncur Street, early 20th century. In the 19th century street traders were to be found working all over Glasgow from hired-out barrows. Many took their goods through the streets but there were places where large numbers of street traders would congregate, such as in the Green Street area of Calton, in streets of the Gorbals and most famously in the Saltmarket/Bridgegate area.
A couple’s photographic portrait is an affirmation of their relationship. It states for all to see: “We love each other. We care for each other. We are proud of who we are together.” During the Victorian era many gay and lesbian couples proudly expressed their love for each other in studio portraits.
Edith Piaf in 1936. Piaf (1915-1963) was a French singer and cultural icon who became widely regarded as France's national popular singer, as well as being one of France's greatest international stars. Her singing reflected her life, with her specialty being ballads, such as "La vie en rose".