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oldnewyork:

“Lounging in the psychedelically painted doorway of the Electric Circus, a discothèque in New Yorks East Village hippie district, a girl wears a feathered garter ($7) which goes with her Indian-style headband ($5), like the star dress ($26) they come from discothèque’s boutique.” (link)
In today’s prices:Feathered garter: $45.20Headband: $32.28Star Dress: $167.87
The federal minimum wage in 1967 was $1.40/hour (link.) You had to be pretty well-off to be a NYC hippie.

oldnewyork:

“Lounging in the psychedelically painted doorway of the Electric Circus, a discothèque in New Yorks East Village hippie district, a girl wears a feathered garter ($7) which goes with her Indian-style headband ($5), like the star dress ($26) they come from discothèque’s boutique.” (link)

In today’s prices:
Feathered garter: $45.20
Headband: $32.28
Star Dress: $167.87

The federal minimum wage in 1967 was $1.40/hour (link.) You had to be pretty well-off to be a NYC hippie.

russmcclintock:

Untitled (a visual merchandising student at the London College of Fashion wears black leather boots, black jeans with chunky belt buckle, Ed Hardy tee and a flannel shirt on a Saturday morning in late May)

russmcclintock:

Untitled (a visual merchandising student at the London College of Fashion wears black leather boots, black jeans with chunky belt buckle, Ed Hardy tee and a flannel shirt on a Saturday morning in late May)

cavetocanvas:

Alexander Rodchenko, Untitled, 1930
deadpaint:

Edouard Bernard Debat-Ponsan, Le Massage scene de Hammam

deadpaint:

Edouard Bernard Debat-Ponsan, Le Massage scene de Hammam

cavetocanvas:

Edmund Dulac, illustration for The Poems of Edgar Allan Poe

cavetocanvas:

Edmund Dulac, illustration for The Poems of Edgar Allan Poe

oldbookillustrations:

They worked themselves up into such a rage that they tore up trees by the roots, and hacked at each other till they both fell dead. 
Arthur Rackham, from Hansel & Grethel & other tales, by Brothers Grimm, New York, 1920.
(Source: archive.org)

oldbookillustrations:

They worked themselves up into such a rage that they tore up trees by the roots, and hacked at each other till they both fell dead.

Arthur Rackham, from Hansel & Grethel & other tales, by Brothers Grimm, New York, 1920.

(Source: archive.org)