black dress with black hat and feathers with buttons at one side, geometric cut to one side, and short skirt
Parisian designer Jeanne Margaine-Lacroix's daring robe-sylphide gowns brought her great renown. The figure-revealing dresses caused a sensation in 1908 and launched the slender silhouette of the twentieth century.
*Slow claps* Someone gets it
Blast furnaces of the Carnegie Steel Corporation in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania early 20th century
Love my dance friends, we have a bond that can never be broken <3
patgavin: Carrie Furnaces, Homestead, near Pittsburgh, Pa.
"Isn't it time you realized that dancing is nothing more than a form of expression or release? There's no need to be formal or cute about it." -Jo Stockton, Funny Face.