Evelyn Brent exploded on to the Hollywood scene in the 1920's playing the archetypal gangster's moll. However, Hollywood was not kind to Evelyn and her career was frustratingly brief. Read on to find out more!
Onsite Muse: The roaring 20s - When shoe sales soared, because hem lengths shortened! Long "Victorian" hair was cropped into precision bobs, and a ruby red lip color called, "Ox blood" was the rage. It was a rebellious look at first, but so chick, that it swept the world and has survived as pure and wonderfully classic: The Flapper.
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Take advantage of the vertical space in your apartment by creating storage along your walls. This is a great way to store things like books and movies that you don't want to hide away, but that you don't use all too often.