From 'onesies' to wear in the air raid shelter to jewellery created from aeroplane parts our new exhibition looks at how fashion survived and even flourished under the strict rules of rationing in 1940s Britain.
LIFE.com presents a selection of the very best photographs of the Hollywood icon — some that appeared in LIFE magazine, and many more that were never published — including shots from the sets of Giant and Cleopatra; from studio backlots (with her...
The first bikini was designed by Louis Reard and was first shown on July 5, 1946 at Piscine Molitar, a popular public pool in Paris, Reard couldn’t get a model willing to wear his daring design, so he...
Columbia Daily Herald 'Art Deco Automobiles' exhibit opens June 14 Columbia Daily Herald An eclectic, machine-inspired decorative style that thrived between the two World Wars, Art Deco combined craft motifs with industrial materials and lavish...
In 1944, LIFE magazine introduced its readers to a strange new breed of American citizen: the "teenager" -- and, more specifically, teenage girls -- who would shape Western culture and commerce for decades to come.
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