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Dress Date: 1866–68 Culture: American Medium: silk by natasha

Dress Date: 1866–68 Culture: American Medium: silk

Vintage Turquoise + Silver cuffs (from the 1920's & 1930's): Old Town Scottsdale, AZ via @FocalPoint

What a beautiful photograph. 1800's (is it really from the 1800s? it looks so... perfect.)

Too Black For America: 1950's Beauty Helen Williams - The First African American Fashion Model >>Helen Williams was the 1st female African American fashion model to break into the mainstream. But it was the French, rather than the Americans, that embraced her.

19th-century American Women: Photo Archives - African American Women & the Language of the Fan

1800s Hats for Women | Civil War Wedding Dresses | Wedding Dresses

Janet Collins, the first Black prima ballerina at The Metropolitan Opera in her dressing room on the night of her debut, November 11, 1951. Ms. Collins, a cousin of Carmen de Lavallade, performed Giuseppe Verdi’s “Aida” that night. She died in 2003 at the age of 86.

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Turquoise Jewelry - made by Native Americans

Navajo Indian Hand-Made, Silver, and Turquoise Bracelets.

from Polyvore

Outfit with a bomber jacket

"Outfit with a bomber jacket" by ferned on Polyvore featuring Frame Denim, American Vintage, Stuart Weitzman, Needle & Thread, Yves Saint Laurent and Monica Vinader