Jewellery shoot by Diana Vreeland, US Vogue, 1968 (viahttp://www.anothermag.com/current/view/2081/Alexander_Vreeland_on_Diana_Vreelands_Jewellery)
Ph Guy Bourdin 1960s
1966, Vidal Sassoon?
Linde-created emeralds from “The Quintessa Collection” eye creation by Giorgio Sant’Angelo January 1968
ph Guy Bourdin, Charles Jourdan Advertisement 1977.
Roland Bianchini for L’Officiel no.596, 1972
1990’s Model Linda Evangelista for Chanel
ph by Richard Burbridge
Out-of-this-world pictures of jewelry gathered by The Vintage Snatcher (a.k,a, Beja von Bis) These are some of her favourite images, all vintage of course! The vintage snatcher obviously has a thing for jewelry. She shares some of her treasures with you HERE (mimi berlin searched for all the proper credits but couldn’t find all, please let us know if you know more)
“The trouble with most English women is that they dress as if they had been a mouse in a previous life and do not want to attract attention” – Dame Edith Sitwell (Photographed by Sir Cecil Beaton)
Bertrand Russell – Face to Face Interview with Dame Edith Sitwell, 1959. From the BBC archives. Dame Edith Sitwell (7 September 1887 – 9 December 1964) was an English socialite and poet who first gained fame for her stylistic artifices but who emerged during World War II as a poet of emotional depth and profoundly human concerns. She was equally famed for her formidable personality, Elizabethan dress, and eccentric opinions.