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Harlem Renaissance Clothing | African-American Style Icons Past and Present

Harlem Renaissance Clothing | African-American Style Icons Past and Present

Josephine Baker in a Pineapple themed dress (circa 1920s)

Josephine Baker in a Pineapple themed dress (circa 1920s)

Grace Kelly #2 (July 2009 - November 2010) - Page 76 - the Fashion Spot

Grace Kelly #2 (July 2009 - November 2010) - Page 76 - the Fashion Spot

Josephine Baker: 1950 based in France, she arrived in New York with her husband Jo. They were refused reservations at 36 hotels because she was black. She was so upset by the treatment that she wrote articles on the segregation in the United States and began traveling farther south. She gave a talk at the all-black Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee, her subject being "France, North Africa And The Equality Of The Races In France".

Josephine Baker: 1950 based in France, she arrived in New York with her husband Jo. They were refused reservations at 36 hotels because she was black. She was so upset by the treatment that she wrote articles on the segregation in the United States and began traveling farther south. She gave a talk at the all-black Fisk University in Nashville, Tennessee, her subject being "France, North Africa And The Equality Of The Races In France".

Grace & Rainier

Grace & Rainier

(A young Grace Kelly)

(A young Grace Kelly)

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Josephine Baker in the Netherlands, 1928

Josephine Baker in the Netherlands, 1928

привет красавчик 2

привет красавчик 2

Роми Шнайдер / Romy Schneider

Роми Шнайдер / Romy Schneider