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Some/Things Magazine Photographer: Taka Mayumi Model: Violetta Sanchez Givenchy, Fall 2010 Couture

Barbara Mullen, William Klein  Smoke and Veil, Paris (for Vogue), 1958-Ms. Tripp was a favorite subject of William Klein. His 1958 photograph of her, blowing cigarette smoke from beneath the veil of a beaded cocktail hat, appears on the cover of "William Klein: In and Out of Fashion" (Random House, 1994). It also serves as the signature image of an exhibition of the photographer's work that is currently at the International Center of Photography.

Fashion Models of the 1950's

It's like DeVito and Schwartzenegger in Twins! Quand HALLOWEEN faisait peur...

Very old and creepy ventriloquist dummies. Very old and creepy ventriloquist dummies.

The nose [is] half a foot long, shaped like a beak, filled with perfume with only two holes, one on each side near the nostrils, but that can suffice to breathe and carry along with the air one breathes the impression of the [herbs] enclosed further along in the beak. - Quoted and translated in Michel Tibayrenc (ed.), Encyclopedia of Infectious Diseases: Modern Methodologies (2007) p. 680. From M. Lucenet, ‘La peste, fleau majeur’ extraits de la Bibliotheque InterUniversitaire, Paris (1994).

BB: Masks worn by doctors during the Plague. The protective suit of the plague doctor consisted of a heavy fabric overcoat that was waxed, a mask with glass eye openings and a cone nose shaped like a beak to hold scented substances and straw.

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mikapoka: Marie Antoinette like a geisha return photos by Tina Patni for LA FEMME magazine Furne Amato

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Ghostly woman in creepy bunny rabbit head and knee-hi cowgirl boots.

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