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CHABADA VINTAGE....: L'art du turban....

Tamara Karsavina Russian prima ballerina, renowned for her beauty, who was a Principal Artist of the Imperial Russian Ballet. After the Russian revolution, she moved to Paris and became a principal dancer with Ballet Russes.

·1910s ·1920s ·postcard ·vintage

Vintage studio photo of child.

augustin teboul                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Augustin Teboul fall winter 2012 look book_killing moon

Ekaterina Geltzer, a Russian ballerina, wearing a traditional costume with a headdress "Kokoshnik". 1912.

Ekaterina Geltzer, a Russian ballerina, wearing a traditional costume with a headdress "Kokoshnik".

Sweet antique photo of a little girl and her dolll, circa 1900.

sweet antique photo of a little girl and her doll, circa 1900

Lee Miller-Journalistin und Kriegsberichterstatterin im 2.Weltkrieg

Photographer Lee Miller photographed by Man Ray, 1930

Margarita Kupriyanova, a Russian actress, as a Princess in "The Little Humpbacked Horse" Play by P. P. Ershov. 1950s. #Russian_costume #old_photographs #kokoshnik

Margarita Kupriyanova, a Russian actress, as a Princess in "The Little Humpbacked Horse" Play by P.

1905 russia fashion - Google Search

A Russian Peasant Woman and Two Girls in Traditional Costume Photographic

From the Ballets Russes in the early 1900s

Karsavina 1 - Tamara Karsavina - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Image result for paolo roversi

Кокошники - короны для русских красавиц - Ярмарка Мастеров - ручная работа, handmade

cover of journal Match гг.

Young girl with long curls

That's Why They Called Them Angels – 48 Lovely Portrait Photos of Edwardian Little Girls ~ vintage everyday

tamara karsavina - Google Search

tamara karsavina - Google Search

Me by Corinne Brenner

Me by Corinne Brenner

Russian style, Anna Bakhareva`s styling love the berry head crown and dark floral fabric,maybe russian folk style but i'm sure frida would have approved                                                                                                                                                                                 Más

Baroness crown Russian style, Anna Bakhareva`s styling love the berry head crown and dark floral fabric,maybe russian folk style but i'm sure frida would have approved

Vaslav Nijinsky in Les Orientales, 1910.

Vaslav Nijinsky in costume of "Les Orientales"

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