I’m late but happy heavenly birthday to Sharon Tate 👼🏼
Photographed by Shahrokh Hatami, 1968
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Photograph that's in my case
Will travel with me every place
Reminding me what to be for you love 🌿🌞
Orchards smell of sweet perfume
The mountainside is now in bloom
And I am here waiting for your company 🌞🌿
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Keith Richards and Anita Pallenberg, 1973
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Mick Jagger, Ronnie Wood and Keith Richards in New York City, May 1978.
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Sinatra in a still for 1962’s Manchurian Candidate “By his own admission Frank Sinatra's best work always came in the first take. John Frankenheimer always liked the idea of using the freshness of a first take - so nearly all of the key scenes featuring Sinatra are first takes, unless a technical problem prevented them being used.” -
David Wills, The Cinematic Legacy of Frank Sinatra
Based on the 1959 novel of the same name, this 1962 Cold War suspense thriller chronicled the brainwashing of the son of a prominent right-wing political family as an unwitting assassin in an international communist conspiracy. The movie was surprisingly perceptive for its time and earned overwhelming praise for blending dark satirical humor with suspenseful politics. Both Sinatra and co-star Angela Lansbury also garnered positive attention for their poignant individual performances.
Next weeks lineup is for those who love solid colors and more muted tones. And of course I had to throw a floral in there for kicks and giggles 🤭😂🥰. Two vintage and two modern. Which one do you like? Comment for a tag 💕
Mopar guru Murray Park once told me that from all Chrysler vehicles ever built, the best car is the 1964 Imperial. Can’t argue with that ! (My brother had one when I just got my driver’s license.) Here’s a 1964 Imperial LeBaron at a small car show in Naples, Florida photographed by a good friend @wbarker4969. Thanks for sharing Bill !
40's/50's/60's ? Homemade Day / house dress. Super soft cotton poly blend material with front button closure. Skirt has double inverted pleats front and back. These lay so beautifully.
I am a little stumped on the year for this piece due to its construction. So.... I'm going to guess that this is a homemade early 60's, but it has influences of the 40's, with construction of the 50s/60s with unfinished seam edges and wide hems, and maybe a bit of 70s with some of the seams being finished....? last collage photo shows these details.
Either way....it is an awesome, and classic fit-n-flare house dress.
Condition: Overall great used vintage condition. Missing one button and belt.
Please go by measurements for sizing and proper fit. Remember to leave room for your body to move as these measurements are of the garment, not your body.
Measurements are taken with garment lying flat and unstretched, unless otherwise noted.
Length: 41" **Price includes shipping within the continental US. International shipping will require additional funds.
Please comment or contact me directly if you desire to purchase this item.
NOTE: Belts, Necklaces and Accessories are NOT part of this listing unless otherwise noted in the description.
Used/vintage means that this item was pre-owned and pre-loved and pre-worn. Used clothing usually shows wear and tear. I take extra time to accurately describe my items. Items are not returnable unless I have grossly misrepresented the item.
Comes from a Non-Smoking home.
Will ship as soon as payment is received. Payment expected within 24 hours of invoice, after which the item will go back up for sale.
As the city in which I grew up reaches its 60th celebration and Birthday I’ll be sharing some of its past building. The first one I wanted to share is this small library I still remember when I went as a kid during the late and early 90s.