Alan Cumming reprising his role as the emcee in Cabaret with Michelle Williams as Sally Bowles. by ANNIE LEIBOVITZ http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/annie-leibovitz/ #photography
1920's Flappers at a Speakeasy Via: http://clevelandsteener.tumblr.com
party girl, bon vivant, dark makeup, eccentricity, untamed sensuality, whites, red, bare skin, creative inspiration, vampy flappers
Idda van Munster: Dark 1920's Flapper Look by Nina and Muna Good.
The world famous cabaret act THE DOLLY SISTERS 1921. Jenny & Rosie Dolly wearing Lucile gowns in The League of Notions Revue. From the fabulous book Retro Fashion : The Way We Were by Lucinda Gosling. 2015 (minkshmink)
Life is a Cabaret Ol' Friend ... come to the Cabaret. Come taste the wine, come hear the band, go blow your horn start celebrating, right this way your table's waiting.
In 1972 Liza Minnelli won the Best Actress Oscar for her role of Sally Bowles in Cabaret. The distinct style of the character soon became Minnelli's signature look, and she sported a short black bob, huge eyelashes and dark eye make-up throughout the decade. She topped off the look with a host of glamorous dresses from her close friend Halston, who designed all the costumes for her 1973 show Liza with a 'Z'.
Joel Grey in "Cabaret" (1972) Best Supporting Actor Oscar 1972
"And the widows who refuse to cry will be dressed in garter and bowtie and be taught to kick their legs up high in this vicious cabaret..."