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Isn't she the Vlada Roslyakova of the past?

The amazing style of French jewels designer LOULOU DE LA FALAISE, photographed the day of her marriage with Thadée Klossowski, 1977

Thadée Klossowski de Rola and Loulou de la Falaise on their wedding day in Paris, June 1977

Loulou de la Falaise: The Real Deal

Thadée Klossowski de Rola and Loulou de la Falaise on their wedding day in…

Givenchy 1950s

Givenchy, 1952 vintage fashion photo print ad designer couture day dress white black novelty print circle floral button back model magazine straw purse jewelry

Seen a couple of people in Spain rocking these at the beach. I dig it

Inspirational photograph of African lady using African print, showing her culture and looking up gives sense of spirit and belief.

Lace jacket and gown by Balenciaga, 1957 repinned by www.lecastingparisien.com

Cristóbal Balenciaga, founder of the world famous fashion brand Balenciaga, will have his life portrayed on the big screen. Balenciaga became popular in the with his innovative designs like …

Paloma Picasso, Marisa Berenson and Loulou de la Falaise / 1971

Paloma Picasso, Marisa Berenson, Loulou de La Falaise at presentation of Yves Saint-Laurent new collection january (Photo by RDA:Getty Images)

Loulou de la Falaise for BON Magazine  #Samantha #Casolari

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Maggie Rizer, wearing Dior Couture and photographed by Arthur Elgort for the October 1999 issue of Vogue

Loulou De La Falaise with Yves Saint Laurent pictured in the background.

Yves Saint Laurent, standing in background, with Loulou de La Falaise Photographed by Deborah Turbeville, Vogue, February 1975

Simone de Bouvoir "Representation of the world, like the world itself, is the work of men; they describe it from their own point of view, which they confuse with the absolute truth".

Irving Penn Simone de Beauvoir, Paris 1957 “She would never change, but one day at the touch of a fingertip she would fall to dust.” Simone de Beauvoir, “The Mandarins" 1954