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Original Art - Marvel Swimsuit Magazine #01 Pg 18 (1991) by John Romita Jr.

Original Art - Marvel Swimsuit Magazine #01 Pg 18 (1991) by John Romita Jr.

Mary Jane Watson, Felicia Hardy And Gwen Stacy by Kevin Wada

Mary Jane Watson, Felicia Hardy And Gwen Stacy by Kevin Wada

Steve Rogers + Costumes


ungoliantschilde:

Kevin Wada is on top of the world with his X-Men Fashion

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iputbeyonceonmyback:

workbitchs:

The truth has been revealed: Katy Perry is nothing but a copy of a 50s’ comic book character called “Katy Keene”



Literally her entire career…. Is based on a comic book.


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recycledmoviecostumes:

The now defunct studio, RKO, was known in the ’30s for their Fred Astaire and Ginger Rodgers films, of which they made nine. Because the films were from the same studio, and the films themselves were similar in needing big dance number costumes, it’s no surprise that costumes from their other similar films were reused again fairly frequently.

This example is actually a silk pair of pajamas that was designed by Walter Plunkett for the 1933 film Flying Down to Rio, where it was worn on Dolores Del Rio as Belinha De Rezende.  It was used again the next year in The Gay Divorcee on Betty Grable as Dance Speciality.

Costume Credit: Donna

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wehadfacesthen:

A showgirl at The Folies-Bergeres in Paris, 1960, photo by Edouard Boubat
via fawnvelveteen

wehadfacesthen:

A showgirl at The Folies-Bergeres in Paris, 1960, photo by Edouard Boubat

via fawnvelveteen

wehadfacesthen:

Marlene Dietrich, 1934

wehadfacesthen:

Marlene Dietrich, 1934

Millie’s Evening Ensemble by Stan Goldberg

Millie’s Evening Ensemble by Stan Goldberg

fredhembeck:

We revisit fashion trends of the past in this strip of mine, scanned from the pages of Marvel Age Magazine #120 (January 1990). Too bad Ben Grimm didn’t have quite the sartorial influence he imagined he had…

fredhembeck:

We revisit fashion trends of the past in this strip of mine, scanned from the pages of Marvel Age Magazine #120 (January 1990). Too bad Ben Grimm didn’t have quite the sartorial influence he imagined he had…

carterson-the-mortal:

I want them all.

Mighty need. I have one.

:-)

:-)

sashiiko-anti:

Disney goes fashion.Final by *Sashiiko-Anti
Had to reblog it again because i hated that there was my old name Sashii- Kami. I don’t use it now- so i changed it to Sashiiko-Anti

sashiiko-anti:

Disney goes fashion.Final by *Sashiiko-Anti

Had to reblog it again because i hated that there was my old name Sashii- Kami. I don’t use it now- so i changed it to Sashiiko-Anti