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VINTAGE KID-THEMED CIGARETTE ADVERTISING

What's Secondhand Smoke? This 1951 Marlboro ad both pours on the kitsch with a cute baby, and lays on the parental guilt ("Just one question, Mom: Can you afford not to smoke? CREDIT: Stanford School of Medicine

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Weird Vintage Ads 8 Mother and Daughter, We'll have lots to smoke this winter won't we Mother? Are they talking about cannabis marijuana? back in the old days, hmm .

"In order to be irreplaceable one must always be different." -- Coco Chanel

A Brief History of the life of Coco Chanel

Coco Chanel in trademark ropes of pearls in a 1935 Man Ray portrait. Coco Chanel advocated what she called 'austere luxury', the essence of chic.

Totum Revolutum: La Elegancia Art Déco de Erté

Romain de Tirtoff, known by the pseudonym Erté was born the 23 November 1892 in St. He was an amazing talented artist and designer, who flourished in an array of fields, inclu…

Orient Express

Venice-Simplon Orient Express, The Venice Simplon-Orient-Express, or VSOE, is a private luxury train service from London to Venice and other European cities.The original company was founded by James.

January: A Year of Good Reading Ahead. A child pulls a sleigh full of books toward a house in this poster from the Chicago, Illinois WPA Federal Art Project. illustrated between 1936 and 1941.

January: A Year of Good Reading Ahead

January: A Year of Good Reading Ahead. A child pulls a sleigh full of books toward a house in this poster from the Chicago, Illinois WPA Federal Art Project. illustrated between 1936 and

1931 Extase Soap Perfume Ad

1931 Vintage French advertising poster designed by Cosl-Frey for Extas soap and perfume from the Nuphar Company

* wunderkammer *: Vogue: Art Deco covers II . A radical change in the role of women. / Un cambio radical en el papel de la mujer

Cover, Georges Lepape III, picture from the series Vogue 1928 by German Vogue Collection, LUMAS Artist ✓

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