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Faith Bacon - 1920's. Faith Bacon (1909/10-1956), "the most beautiful woman in the world" (according to Florenz Ziegfeld), pin up  model, strip tease artist, vaudville and screen actress and the supposed inventor of the fan dance, Faith Bacon. She began her career in Maurice Chevalier's Paris revue and died in a tragic suicide, jumping out of a window in downtown Chicago.

Category: Social -Faith Bacon, burlesque dancer and actress, billed as "America's Most Beautiful Dancer", performer, Ziegfeld Follies Entertainment to distract America from the bad things in life.

Clara Bow in a swimsuit I love.

vintage everyday: Polka Dots Fashion – Vintage Photos of Sexy Women Wearing Spotty Swimsuits

pickurselfup: “Bessie Love in Lovey Mary, 1926 ”

Bessie Love in Lovey Mary, 1926

Bessie Love

Bessie Love

Mary Pickford.  She was not only one of the first movie stars, but also one of the co-founders of United Artists.  #sisterheroes @oiselle

She was not only one of the first movie stars, but also one of the co-founders of United Artists.

Mary Pickford, silent film star

Mary Pickford - c. 1920 - Ziegfeld Girl - Photo by Alfred Cheney Johnston - Mlle "Mirror Shot"

Clara Bow - Authentic 1920's hair and makeup

Madge Bellamy (June 1899 – January was an American stage and film actress who was a popular leading lady in the and early

1920-30s fashions

In the Back Bar in Windsor, Jake and Olivia, of Giant Management, model fashions before the Melbourne Fashion Festival. Olivia's gown is by Aurelio Costarella, Jake's suit by Arthur Galan.

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