Hairstyles Revival in time

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Le acconciature al pari degli indumenti seguono delle tendenze ben precise spesso in linea con un mood che riporta in auge fogge del passato. Ecco alcuni hairstyle che ho studiato e che sono frutto di rielaborazioni di mode più vecchie.

Hairstyles like garments follow trends often in line with a mood that makes comeback styles of the past. Here are some hairstyles that I have studied that are the result of reworkings of older fashions. Follow me for more.

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Haistyle: 1855 vs 1955

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Louise Brooks in 20s – Cher in 1972 by Richard Avedon

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Tricia Helfer for Yves Saint Laurent in 1996 vs Betty Grable in 40s

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Pageboy from 70s to now with Alice Kastrup. Ph credit Filippo Del Vita for Creem Magazine

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Rolled Hair in 70s and Guido Palau from “Hair” 2014

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1940s waves and make-up from Hedy Lamarr to contemporary Katy Perry

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Supermodel Eve Salvail in glorious 1994 vs Dior men 2018

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The #bighair of #PriscillaPresley in 1968 are in 2018 on #Valentino runway

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Divas of Fascist Cinema

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Il volto scolpito nel marmo, uno sguardo insieme sensuale e spietato che allude all’erotismo più feroce di quei giorni bui. Le labbra violacee evidenziano un sorriso amaro, sprezzante, fiero del proprio sublime incanto. Sono le dive del cinema fascista, in un’Italia umiliata dalla guerra regnano sulle superfici dell’illusione per regalare un sogno a chi di illusione perisce.

The face sculpted in marble, a sensual and ruthless glance that alludes to the most ferocious eroticism of those dark days. The violet lips show a bitter, contemptuous smile, proud of its own sublime charm. They are the divas of Fascist cinema, in an Italy humiliated by war thay all reigns on the surfaces of illusion to give a dream to those who are diyng by illusion.

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Alida Valli – From a Fresh Look to a Dark Lady – Venturini

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Alida Valli. Ghergo

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Luisa Ferida

Leda Gloria

Seductive Leda Gloria – Ghergo

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Leda Gloria – Venturini

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Elisa Cegani from in “LA CORONA DI FERRO” di Alessandro Blasetti, 1941. Winner of Coppa Mussolini award

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Clara Calami: the first italian “Dark Lady” actress

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Clara Calamai. I think she worn Ferragamo platform shoes. Could be now

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Elsa De Giorgi – Peek-a-Boo hairstyle. Ph Venturini

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A perfect face. Elsa De Giorgi

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Amazing Beauty: Doris Duranti, the most loved by dictators

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Doris Duranti, the fascist actress, by Elio Luxardo

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Isa Mirande: the platinum italian Dietrich

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Isa Miranda, who arrived in Hollywood, was greeted with clamor by the public and by Paramount

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20s Flapper girls from China

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Una nuova tipologia di donna nasce in Cina durante gli anni ’20. La sfrenatezza della vita occidentale, legata al ritrovato benessere, invade l’Oriente e la sua moda che lentamente è sedotta dall’immagine à la Garçonne. Il pesante cerone, gli ombrellini di carta, i fascianti kimono in seta cedono il passo ad impalpabili abiti  in chiffon, a trucchi meno vistosi, ad acconciature “alla maschietta”. E si fa strada ad Hollywood la prima tra le attrici cinesi, Anna May Wong, destinata a divenire un’icona di stile per il mondo intero. Di seguito una selezione di immagini che testimoniano questa rivoluzione sociale e vestimentaria in Cina.

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A kind of woman was born in China during the 1920s. The wildness of Western life, linked to the refounded welfare, invades the Orient and its fashion that was slowly seduced by the style “à la Garçonne”. The heavy make-up, the paper umbrellas, the kimono silk bindings give way to impalpable chiffon dresses, to less conspicuous make-up, to “boyish” hairstyles. And the first of the Chinese actresses, Anna May Wong, was making her way to Hollywood, destined to become a style icon for the whole world. Below for you a selection of images that testify to this social and clothing chinese revolution.

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Illustrazione cinese anni ’20. Due ballerine indossano un abito tradizionale chiamato Cheongsam, rivisitato per un look occidentale tipico della “Flapper Girl”. I capelli sono corti e in stile Garçonne. Calzature T-Bar. 

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Chinese illustration from the 20s. Two female dancers wear a dress called Cheongsam, rivisited in Western look, typical of the Flapper Girls. The hair is short and in Garçonne style. T-Bar shoes

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Ni Hongyan, Chinese film actress popular in the Chinese film industry in the late 1920s. Fashion Magazine and Amazing Belt (seems to be a modern Alaya!) for this beautiful girl in her swimsuit

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Silk Socks, Waves Hairstyle and Cigarette for a smoking flapper

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Huang Huilan wife of the  Chinese diplomat Wellington Koo, popular in the western world as Madame Wellington Koo or Hui-lan Koo

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still Madame Wellington Koo

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Two asian ladies in 20s fashionable outfits

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March 25, 1928. Here is Anna May Wong visiting Chicago. Trousers, Mary Jane shoes and Cloche hat for the first Chinese American Hollywood movie star, as well as the first Chinese American actress to gain international recognition

Anna May Wong

“The Dangerous” Anna May Wong

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Anna May Wong a glamorous Femme Fatale. 1928

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Anna May Wong in 20s

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Anna May Wong -1929 photo by Paul Tanqueray

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Circassienne Fashion: Punk style from XVIII sec

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«Fu Mademoiselle Aïssé la donna che lanciò la grottesca tendenza vestimentaria denominata robe à la circassienne. Il suo destino segnò la storia del costume in modo eccezionale: proveniente dalla Circassia, nella zona del Caucaso, bella e insofferente, fu
acquistata al mercato degli schiavi a Costantinopoli dall’ambasciatore di Francia Monsieur de Ferriol. Il suo abito era aperto sul davanti e caratterizzato da ben tre cordoni per essere rialzato sino alla caviglia, maniche più corte di quelle della sottoveste, che invece aveva una cascata di pizzi che giungeva sino al polso.

Ottenuto con tessuti a forti cromie contrastanti e adornato da strisce e inserti animalier, lo stile circassienne anticipò di secoli nella propria essenza lo spirito del punk della seconda metà del Novecento.

Aggressività e stupore, rottura con gli eleganti schemi di uno stile perbenista, origine suburbana sono solo alcune delle affinità che in un volo pindarico congiungono due mondi apparentemente lontanissimi tra loro.»

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«Mademoiselle Aïssé was the woman which launched the grotesque trend called robe à la circassienne. Her destiny signed the history of costume in an exceptional way: coming from the Circassia, in the area of the Caucasus, beautiful and impatient, she was purchased at the slave market in Constantinople by the ambassador of France Monsieur de Ferriol.

Her dress was open at the front and featured from three cords to be raised up to the ankle, sleeves more short of those of the petticoat, which instead had a cascade of lace that cames to the wrist.

Obtained with fabrics with strong colors contrasting and adorned with stripes and animal inserts, the Circassian style she anticipated centuries in its essence the spirit of the punk of the second half of the twentieth century.

Aggression and amazement, break with the elegant schemes of a respectable style, suburban origin they are just some of the affinities that in a pindaric flight  join two worlds apparently very distant between them.»

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The Most Beautiful Suicide

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Sul biglietto che Evelyn lasciò prima del tragico salto scrisse:

Non voglio che nessuno mi veda, nemmeno la mia famiglia. Fatemi cremare, distruggete il mio corpo.Vi supplico: niente funerale, niente cerimonie. Il mio fidanzato mi ha chiesto di sposarlo a giugno. Ma io non sarei mai la brava moglie di nessuno.
Sarà molto più felice senza di me. Dite a mio padre che, evidentemente, ho fin troppe cose in comune con mia madre

Era una ragazza di soli 23 anni.

Può un suicidio trattenere bellezza e trasformarsi in un’opera d’arte?

Io credo di si. L’elogio della morte di una bella ragazza è atroce e seducente. Da Andy Warhol a David Bowie – nella sua canzone “Jump They Say” – l’esistenza dolorosa di una vita spezzata nel suo fiorire, rende la protagonista un’eroina eterna.

Tratto dal mio libro “Il Macabro e il Grottesco nella Moda e nel Costume“,

la descrizione dell’accaduto.

 

“Edgar Allan Poe, all’interno del
suo saggio La filosofia della composizione,
scrisse che
«la morte di una bella
donna è senza dubbio l’argomento
più poetico del mondo»
e in proposito
colma di emozione è l’immagine
realizzata per caso dall’allora aiuto fotografo
Robert Wiles il primo maggio
1947.
Riuscì a immortalare la ventitreenne
Evelyn McHale distesa con
elegante ma innaturale compostezza
sul tetto di una limousine dopo un
lungo volo dall’ottantaseiesimo piano
dell’Empire State Building.
La fanciulla appare dolcemente
sprofondata tra le scure lamiere del
veicolo, i vetri infranti, l’acciaio laccato
ricurvo su se stesso per la violenza
dell’impatto, e lei lì, supina come
una bella addormentata in un sonno
senza fiato.
Dal freddo metallo della
vettura emerge prepotente il colore
rosso del raffinato tailleur. Bianca la
camicetta e bianchi i lunghi guantini
che vestono ancora alle mani. I capelli
biondi circondano un volto bellissimo
e dal trucco perfetto. Le calze sono
abbassate. Le braccia sono piegate e
la mano sinistra appare gentile accanto
al volto, socchiusa in un gesto che
sembra sofisticato e fascinoso.
Il suicidio
perde in questo caso l’orrore del
suo significato grazie alla bellezza di
un’immagine che appare come quella
di una rivista di moda. La paradossale
assenza di sangue e di deturpazione,
abbinata alla compostezza del soggetto,
fecero sorgere l’appellativo con il
quale la fotografia venne chiamata:
“il suicidio più bello”.
L’immagine lascia
scaturire una forte contraddizione
nella mente dello spettatore, sedotto
dall’estetica della morte che appare
crudelmente soave.
Vorremmo chiedere
a Evelyn il perché di quel gesto,
la frustrazione per l’incomprensibilità
della sua scelta genera una morbosa
attenzione ai dettagli che raccontano
della sua vita: la bianca sciarpa che
vorticosamente scendeva dalla finestra
raggiungendo il corpo, il porta-
trucco lasciato in disparte insieme al
cappotto ripiegato, la sua lettera di
addio.
Una morte violenta per una
fotografia dalla bellezza immortale.
Questa immagine attraente e insieme
aberrante venne pubblicata
all’interno della rivista “Life” con il
titolo The Most Beautiful Suicide.
La didascalia narrava:
«At the bottom of
the Empire State Building the body
of Evelyn McHale reposes calmly in
grotesque bier, her falling body punched
into the top of a car».
Lo scatto
fu poi rielaborato da Andy Warhol
nel 1962 con il nome: Suicide (Fallen
Body), in un’indagine sul rapporto tra
bellezza, morte e Pop Art.”
Luciano Lapadula

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The Most Beautiful Suicide

On the piece of paper Evelyn left before the tragic leap, she wrote:

I don’t want anyone in or out of my family to see any part of me. Could you destroy my body by cremation? I beg of you and my family – don’t have any service for me or remembrance for me. My fiancé asked me to marry him in June. I don’t think I would make a good wife for anybody. He is much better off without me. Tell my father, I have too many of my mother’s tendencies

She was only 23 years old.

Can a suicide keep beauty and transform into a work of art?

I think yes. The praise of the death of a beautiful girl is terrible and seductive. From Andy Warhol to David Bowie – in his song “Jump They Say” – the traumatic existence of a life broken in its blossom, makes the protagonist an eternal heroine.

Taken from my book “Il Macabro e il Grottesco nella Moda e nel Costume“,

the description of the fact.

“Edgar Allan Poe, within its essay Philosophy of composition,
wrote that

«the death of a beautiful
woman is undoubtedly the most poetic
topic of the world »

and about this
the image realized by chance
by the former assistant photographer

Robert Wiles on the first of May
1947 is rich of emotion.

He succeeded in capturing the twenty-three years-old
Evelyn McHale lying with
elegant but unnatural composure
on the top of a limousine after a
long flight from the eighty-sixth floor
of the Empire State Building.


The girl seems to be sweetly
collapsed among the dark plates of
the car, the glasses smashed, the lacquered steel
bent on itself because of the violence
of the impact and the girl there, supine as
a sleeping beauty in a breathless
sleep.

From the ice-cold metal of the
car there comes, violently, the red colour
of the sophisticated suit. 
White is the

blouse and white are the long gloves
that still adorn her hands. Her blonde
hair frame a beautiful face
with a perfect makeup. 
The tights are
taken down. abbassate. Her arms are bent and
the left hand seems to be gentle near
the face, half-closed in a gesture that
seems to be sophisticated and charming.

The suicide,
in this case, loses the atrociousness of
its meaning thanks to the beauty of
an image that seems to come from 
a fashion magazine.

The paradoxical
absence of blood and disfigurement,
combined with the composure of the subject,
gave birth to the title with
which the picture was called:
“The Most Beautiful Suicide”.

The image gives
origin to a strong contradiction
in the observer’s mind, seduced
by the aesthetic of death that seems to be
cruelly sweet.

We would like to ask
Evelyn the reason of that gesture,
the frustration for the incomprehensibility
of her choice generates a morbid
attention to the details that
tell her life: the white scarf that
vertically fell from the window
reaching the body,
the beauty case left apart together with the folded coat, her suicide note.

A violent death for a
picture having an immortal beauty.


This charming and simultaneously
aberrant image was published
in the magazine “Life” with the
title The Most Beautiful Suicide.

The caption told:

«At the bottom of
the Empire State Building the body
of Evelyn McHale reposes calmly in
grotesque bier, her falling body punched
into the top of a car».

The shot
has been then redesigned by Andy Warhol
in 1962 with the name: Suicide (Fallen
Body), in a study about the relationship between 
beauty, death and Pop Art.”

Luciano Lapadula

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Evelyn Francis McHale

BIRTH

Berkeley, Alameda County, California, USA
DEATH 1 May 1947 (aged 23)

Manhattan, New York County (Manhattan), New York, USA
BURIAL

Middle VillageQueens CountyNew YorkUSA

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Stripes & Disorders from fashion in 1914 – 1915

 

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Quello della striscia come motivo ornamentale o pattern per indumenti merita una riflessione approfondita. Mi limito qui, in sintesi, a farvi riflettere sul ruolo che questa geometria assume nel campo della semiologia e quindi della storia del costume. La riga, la striatura, la striscia, riveste il corpo interrompendo in modo violento un “tutto” sottoesposto generando così in chi guarda l’abito – e allora chi lo indossa – un senso di confusione, misto a eccitazione e persino ricusazione. Come il simbolo di un divieto, quello di un’allerta, o come una sbarra che impedisce un passaggio, la striscia nel suo consueto bicolore, cattura l’attenzione spezzando la regola dell’uniforme: irriverente e ribelle diviene alla moda intorno al 1914 – 1915, e non a caso. La Belle Époque con la sua sfrenatezza cancella il ruolo della donna “angelo del focolare” in virtù di una nuova figura emancipata, pronta a riprendere il proprio ruolo sociale. I venti di guerra poi, soffiano tra le strade delle città, profumando l’aria di polvere da sparo. La riga così spunta violenta dalle tele di Egon Schiele e dagli abiti di Paul Poiret, comparendo sui vestiti delle signore alla moda, simbolo del tempo nuovo e della pericolosità di quello futuro.

That of the stripe as an ornamental motif or garment pattern deserves a thorough reflection. In short, I limit myself here to reflect on the role that this geometry assumes in the field of semiology and therefore of the history of customs. The line, the streak, the strip, covers the body violently interrupting a “whole” underexposed thus generating in the viewer the dress – and then the wearer – a sense of confusion, mixed with excitement and even rejection. As the symbol of a ban, that of an alert, or like a bar that prevents a passage, the strip in its usual two-color, catches the attention breaking the rule of the uniform: irreverent and rebel becomes fashionable around 1914 – 1915, and not by chance. The Belle Époque with its wilderness cancels the role of the woman “angel of the hearth” by virtue of a new emancipated figure, ready to resume its social role. The winds of war then, blow through the streets of the city, smelling the air of gunpowder. The line so violent check on the clothes of fashionable ladies, symbol of the new time and the danger of the future.

Portrait of Edith Schiele in a Striped Dress - Egon Schiele, 1915

Egon Schiele Portrait of Edith Schiele in a Striped Dress – 1915

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Egon Schiele and wife Edith (muse) with Striped Dress Sitting, ca 1915. – artwork by Schiele 1915 – Emilie Louise Flöge – 1914 – wearing one of Gustav Klimt’s dress shirts that he made just for her

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Matisse – Striped Jacket, 1914

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Viv in Blue Stripe, 1914 – Robert Henri (

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French Illustration by Georges Barbierfor Costumes Parisiens – 1914

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The Delineator – July 1914

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Fashion Plate from The Delineator – July 1914

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The Modern Priscilla, October 1915

Les Modes (Paris) 1914 Costume tailleur par Redfern

Les Modes, Paris – 1914 Costume tailleur by Redfern

Les Modes (Paris) 1914 Robe d'apres-midi par Zimmermann

Les Modes, Paris – 1914 Robe d’apres-midi byZ immermann

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1914 c. fashion for a day at the races

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Olga Skott Vänersborg – 1914, by K & A Vikner – Vänersborg Museum

1915 a fool there was

Theda Bara in a scene from the film ‘A Fool There Was’ 1915

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Theda Bara in a scene from the film ‘A Fool There Was’ 1915

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5 drawings from Andrew Loomis that look as 90s supermodels

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La riflessione sulla bellezza porta a percorrere strade impervie, in cui è facile smarrirsi nella ricerca della perfezione che lasci riconoscere il bello in senso universale e oggettivo. Da qui parte il fremito che mi ha attraversato quando ho visto i disegni di Andrew Loomis: in alcune sue opere degli anni ’40 infatti, pare l’artista abbia ritratto alcune supermodelle anni ’90 anticipandone l’immagine di 50 anni circa. Vediamo tre di questi miei confronti.

The reflection on beauty leads to travel through impervious roads, in which it is easy to lose oneself in the search for perfection that allows us to recognize beauty in a universal and objective sense. From here starts the thrill that crossed me when I saw the drawings of Andrew Loomis: in some of his artworks from 40s it seems the artist has portrayed some supermodels of the 90s anticipating the image of that kind of beauty about 50 years. We see five of these comparisons of mine.

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andrew loomis linda evangelista yellow suit art blog fashion museum storia luciano lapadula moda christian dior 1992 1993

On the right Linda Evangelista for Christian Dior 1992 1993

andrew loomis supermodel 90s 40s hairstyle makeup art blog fashion museum storia luciano lapadula moda yves saint laurent ss summer 1996 90er shalom harlow top

On the right Shalom Harlow in 1995

andrew loomis supermodel 90s 40s hairstyle makeup art blog fashion museum storia luciano lapadula moda yves saint laurent ss summer 1996 90er carla bruni

On the right Carla Bruni for Yves Saint Laurent ss 1996

andrew loomis supermodel 90s 40s hairstyle makeup art blog fashion museum storia luciano lapadula moda yves saint laurent ss summer 1996 90er

Still Yves Saint Laurent 1996

andrew loomis supermodel 90s 40s hairstyle makeup art blog fashion museum storia luciano lapadula moda yves saint laurent ss summer 1996 90er eva herzigova top

On the right supermodel Eva Herzigova 1993 ca

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