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Romping aimlessly through the stylish world that was, in order to understand what shapes our aesthetics today. 99% fresh, not reblogged content. All photos scanned with love and given credit where they are due. Affiliate links help fund research and tracking down of hard-to-find tomes and pictures.

A 1939 Horst P. Horst photo for a jewelry feature in a magazine. Jean Harlow’s platinum blonde hair and white satin gowns set off a trend for all things white, from fashion to interior design. The white-on-white direction was also reflected in jewelry, which was remarketed as le note blanche. Gems set in platinum or white gold offered a sombre contrast to sparkling gems. Photo from Vintage Jewelry Design: Classics to Collect & Wear (Vintage Fashion Series) by Caroline Cox.

A 1939 Horst P. Horst photo for a jewelry feature in a magazine. Jean Harlow’s platinum blonde hair and white satin gowns set off a trend for all things white, from fashion to interior design. The white-on-white direction was also reflected in jewelry, which was remarketed as le note blanche. Gems set in platinum or white gold offered a sombre contrast to sparkling gems. Photo from Vintage Jewelry Design: Classics to Collect & Wear (Vintage Fashion Series) by Caroline Cox.

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