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Babe Paley is wearing a be-winged marten hat and jabot revers on a natural marten hat by John Frederics Photo by Horst.P Horst 1939

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1911 photo of Louise Cromwell Brooks an American socialite considered to be Washington's most beautiful young women. She is shown here in 1911 at the age of 21 wearing a most fashionable ensemble. She was married to General Douglas MacArthur from

Aired: 1970 - 1974        The Flip Wilson Show was the first successful network variety series with an African-American star. In its first two seasons, its Nielsen ratings placed it as America's second most-watched show. Flip Wilson based his storytelling humor on his background in black clubs, but adapted easily to a television audience. The show's format dispensed with much of the clutter of previous variety programs and focused on the star and his guests.

Aired: 1970 - 1974 The Flip Wilson Show was the first successful network variety series with an African-American star. First place I ever saw Big Bird! And "The Devil Mad Me Do It!

When I grow up - I want to be this lady, sitting at a café in Paris, alone, drinking coffee with weird clothes on.

"When I grow up - I want to be this lady, sitting at a café in Paris, alone, drinking coffee with weird clothes on. That hat.

Note to self: I must really try and make more of an effort each morning

csebastian: “ photographer: Gordon Parks Life Magazine, 1952 black and white, vintage, in fur photo via dovima_is_devine / Starlet Showcase also: Gordon Parks

Babe Paley !

Babe Paley — perhaps everyone’s favorite iconic fashonista — beautiful and wealthy enough to have what she wanted . One of Truman Capote's "Swans"

Mrs. Stanley Grafton Mortimer Jr (Babe Paley) wearing a Creation of Traina-Norell, photographed by Horst P. Horst from American Vogue in 1946.

(Babe Paley Barbara ‘Babe’ Cushing Mortimer Paley) is wearing a Creation of Traina-Norell and photographed by Horst P. Horst from American Vogue in 1946

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