Its hard for me to believe that I've been doing these scatter posts every week for this long now, But there it is. So without further ado,...
We have often heard of the Bright Young Things of England's 1920s and 30s. Here are three of them, all got up in gender bending style. One of the things that marked the mostly wealthy, and highly educated Bright Young Things was their willingness to experiment with all sorts of social conventions. So they got themselves togged out in frocks and amalgamations of oddments to create a fluid sort of surface image that defied definition by the terms of the day. Here we have first, George Rylands, then Boy Lebas, and finally, Cecil Beaton tricked out as an 18th century dandy. You scamps, you.
So that's this weeks pile of stuff for you to sort through.
Have a wondrous weekend, everyone!