Stylish Showdown ☆ Clara Bow (1905-1965) ☆ Thelma Todd (1906-1935) ☆ Monroe Owsley (1900-1937) ☆ Call Her Savage (1932) ☆


Passion - Federico Beltran Masses



Otto Baumberger, poster artwork for motorcycle exhibition, 1932. Switzerland. Via Susanlenox


John Marin (American, 1870-1953), Mid-Manhattan II, 1932. Oil on canvas, 28 x 22 in.

(1932) Music from the Lupe Velez hit “Hot-Cha”. Singers: Mildred Bailey & Red McKenzie.


Call Her Savage (1932) - John Francis Dillon

I’d love to see your head bandaged. It looks so romantic.

Clara Bow photographed by Harold Dean Carsey for Call Her Savage, 1932


The art of wearing a manskirt well, by Joel McCrea.  

He wore everything, and nothing, exceptionally well.  

Hot-damn! (1930s expression!)

((georgeandpeppy is not exactly a flopperoo. Some days though there was nada happening!

So it’s keen to say we got some swell followers recently! Here’s the low down, and welcome to 1932!))

chaplinandkeaton , jackstune, inkswell , scottydexluceelena and missmorland


Polar bear from Greenland, presenting the 1932 Industrial Exhibition in Copenhagen in Art Déco Style. Unknown artist. Source

(via inxwell)