The title of this list/article really should be 15 Of The Most Beautiful Actresses Of 1900s Edwardian Era. Sad, but there were so many lovely faces from that era I guess they had to narrow the field.
Ethel Clayton was an American actress of the silent film era. Her screen debut came in 1909, in a short called Justified. She jockeyed her early film appearances with a burgeoning stage career. Her pretty brunette looks were reminiscent of the famous Gibson Girl drawings by Charles Dana Gibson. On the stage, she appeared mainly in musicals or musical reviews such as The Ziegfeld Follies of 1911.
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Marvelous Milliners has blogged my hats! This just tickles me, because most of my hats are parts of various outfits, and I’ve offered them for sale as separate pieces for those who want just the hat. So it’s uber kewl to get some recognition for my little headwear. :))
Marvelous Milliners in SL: Silk Road Hunt Stop # 36: Cog and Fleur.
Definitely check out the tutorials here:
Tutorials & PSAs | Its Only Fashion.
Bookmarked for future and leisurely perusal!
And down by the shore an orchestra’s playing | Its Only Fashion.
I love this! The way she’s lit these pics, the opal gown looks all different colors.
Kitty’s Meanderings blogged several events, and Genre was among them and and and … my opal Satin Doll gown is featured! I guess the opal is the one folx love best, which surprises me, but it goes to prove, ya just never know.
You can find the blog post here:
Kitty’s Meanderings: More Events, I am going to loose my mind! Gatcha til the BittR.end, Genre, and The Comic Fashion Fair.
I got blogged! I’m so tickled. My Dark Hearts corset is featured, and in some wonderful pics! I really envy ppl who can take such great pics in SL, it’s not an easy thing to do. Check out the post here:
Carnivals and Hunts – Death Row Designs, Cog & Fleur, et al. | Acquisitive.
An illustrated page from The cutters’ practical guide to the cutting of Ladies’ Garments.
I love that these old books and documents are available to us! This one is 142 pages of instruction with illustrations in the center. Check this page, where you can find a class in proper tailoring offered to women. Snicker… guess there was stitching and sewing, and then there was tailoring.
This one ought to be a lot of fun. The event is a virtual recreation of Historic Route 66, complete with roadside diner, motel, old gas pumps and of course, vintage shops.
The event runs from July 27 to August 4. Please stop by and visit my shop on the sim – Cog & Fleur’s Rockadollies – just around the corner from the main landing point.
Read more — webspelunker – My Travels Across Second Life: On the Road: Route 66 in Second Life.