Great photos! I always find inspiration on your blog! Thank you :)-Carmenhttp://www.wearmint.com/
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Great post! Love these 3 women and all of their styles!xx,Jinnahttp://greaseandglamour.com/
Love these vintage photos. Ahhh it must had been so damn cool to live the SUPERmodel fab life style, the glam, the clothes, the make up, the success, the jetsetting.... I know it's not all fun and games but the perks of being a supermodel back then was higher than being a celeb! Love what kate is wearing, simple and chic.... While we’re on the topic of clothes, I just found a vintage KTZ plastic & faux fur grid coat, it’s quite a show stopper, check it out if you’re ever curious as to what it looks like haha-xx nathan.nichehttp://www.the-provoker.com/2012/08/just-faux-me.html
Je prefere kate moss, sans hésitation
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I adore the 50's style of dress, because it fits my body and flatters my figure the best.
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