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...looks like '50's-60's women's "foundation garments"... aren't you glad we have a totally different set of things we wear to torture ourselves with. hmmm... spanx! :-)


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kirin beer - vintage poster - the Kirin is the unicorn of Japanese myth

Yuan Meiyun 袁美雲 She was the star of Girl in Disguise (1936), a huge box office hit that spawned three sequels. One of Chinese cinema’s earliest gender-benders, it epitomized the “soft films” of 1930s Shanghai that were despised by ideologues—both left and right.

This photo links to a great article on 1930s Shanghai film and record industry and the Chinese female stars that sprang from it.

mochi thinking: Japan was cool,Mobo,Moga,cafe,waitress in Taisho or early Showa era


Sam Sanzetti

Sam Sanzetti - whose real name was Semyon Liphshitz - was a Jewish photographer who arrived in Shanghai in 1922. He became one of the most famous photographers in Shanghai. After thirty years in Shanghai, he moved to Israel where he stayed until his death in 1986. In Shanghai, Sanzetti shot over 20,000 portraits. | via Photography in China blog | 1930s Shanghai glamour shot