Bizarre and elusive, the late 1930s Bugatti Type 57SC Atlantic is largely considered to be one of the most beautiful automotive designs in history. Its iconic teardrop shape, dramatic fender flares and unique details like the split fin down the middle inspired this modern take on the Atlantic. Its a stunning hybrid of old and new with a modern Bugatti front half and classic rear.
Rebecca Lepkoff's black-and-white photos capture lower East Side life from the 1930s and '40s. Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/entertainment/photos/96-year-old-photographer-rebecca-lepkoff-brings-east-side-back-focus-article-1.1039695#ixzz1pWT6bE4M
Vintage 1930s semi-sheer white dressing gown with tropical floral pattern, shirred shoulder detail and a delicate row of buttons at the waist. ✂-----Measurements fits like: small/medium bust: 34-36 waist: up to 31 length: 47 brand/maker: n/a condition: Very good, one small rips at both shoulders (see photo). to ensure a good fit, please read the sizing guide: http://www.etsy.com/shop/DearGolden/policy ✩ visit the shop ✩ http://www.DearGold...
Circa 1930's The Liberty Shop, New Orleans, LA--magnificent satin rhinestone and beaded trained gown with original matching belt. The Liberty Shop, 2220 St. Charles Avenue, New Orleans, was founded by two Southern ladies--Mrs. E.M. Ragan and Miss Emily Guelton in 1920, and headquartered in a mansion that still stands (currently a bridal shop). The shop imported gowns, as well as designed and created their own couture creations.