68 Vintage Photos Showing Wedding Gowns From the 1950s

After the shortages of World War II, women were ready for a little luxury. And brides didn’t want to skimp on the lace or fabric. In 1947, French designer Christian Dior caused a sensation when he introduced his “new look,” hour-glass dresses with long, flowing skirts – skirts made of yards and yards of cloth.Continue reading “68 Vintage Photos Showing Wedding Gowns From the 1950s”

32 Glamorous Photos of Wedding Dresses Worn By Famous Beauties in the 1950s

The 1950s was the boom period of dresses and gowns, and wedding dresses in this period were no exception! Tea length wedding gowns and Rockabilly swing dresses, tulle ballgowns, and elegant lace long sleeve dresses are only a few of the 1950s wedding dresses that are popular again today. Elizabeth Taylor, Brigitte Bardot, Audrey Hepburn,Continue reading “32 Glamorous Photos of Wedding Dresses Worn By Famous Beauties in the 1950s”

The Passionate and Tragic Love Story of Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh

“O my darling little love I do long for you so, oh my hearts blood it is unbearable without you,” wrote Olivier to Leigh early in their affair, a very passionate one in the beginning but ending with a devastating downfall, which shocked a whole world that used to adoring “Larry and Viv.” An auctionContinue reading “The Passionate and Tragic Love Story of Laurence Olivier and Vivien Leigh”

20 Lovely Photos of a Couple That Dressed in Matching Outfits Every Day for 35 Years

A married couple who have dressed alike every day for 35 years say it is the clearest way of showing that ‘we’re together.’ Donald Featherstone, who made a fortune from inventing the plastic pink flamingo lawn ornament in the late Fifties, and his wife Nancy, told The Sun that they even phone each other whenContinue reading “20 Lovely Photos of a Couple That Dressed in Matching Outfits Every Day for 35 Years”

30 Wonderful Photographs of Gala and Salvador Dalí From the 1930s to the 1960s

“I love her more than my mother, more than my father, more than Picasso, and even more than money.” – Salvador DaliThere has always been a great woman behind every great man. For a Spanish painter Salvador Dali that strong woman was Gala, a Russian lady, idolized by Dali. All the female characters on hisContinue reading “30 Wonderful Photographs of Gala and Salvador Dalí From the 1930s to the 1960s”

19 Vintage Photographs of a Young Bill and Hillary Clinton From Between the Late 1960s and 1970s

Before becoming President and First Lady of the United States of America, Bill and Hillary were just two hopelessly devoted, liberal lovebirds. After first locking eyes at Yale Law School back in 1971, a young Hillary Rodham, pre-presidential candidate days, approached Bill Clinton outside of their school library with a confidence that has followed herContinue reading “19 Vintage Photographs of a Young Bill and Hillary Clinton From Between the Late 1960s and 1970s”

Wonderful Photos of Audrey Hepburn and Mel Ferrer on Their Wedding Day in 1954

Hepburn met American actor Mel Ferrer at a cocktail party hosted by mutual friend Gregory Peck. He had suggested that they star together in a play. The meeting would result with them working together in Ondine, during which they began a relationship. Eight months later, on 25 September 1954, they were married at a localContinue reading “Wonderful Photos of Audrey Hepburn and Mel Ferrer on Their Wedding Day in 1954”

Wonderful Photos of WWII Soldiers With Their Brides

During the Second World War there was a sudden increase in the number of weddings. Unsure of what the future held and anxious to formalise their relationships – and perhaps in need of some hope and joy – men and women overcame the obstacles of bombs and rationing with ingenuity on their way to theContinue reading “Wonderful Photos of WWII Soldiers With Their Brides”

Romantic Images of Newlyweds Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball at the Roxy Theatre on November 30, 1940

Actress Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz, Cuban glamour boy, who eloped to Greenwich, Connecticut, express their happiness while waiting for Desi to make his next stage appearance at a New York theater. Wedding ceremony caused Desi to miss the first show. They met in Hollywood, during filming of picture, Too Many Girls, in which bothContinue reading “Romantic Images of Newlyweds Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball at the Roxy Theatre on November 30, 1940”