African-American fashion designer Ann Lowe designed the wedding dress of Jacqueline Bouvier, the bride of future president, Senator John F. Kennedy
Celebrating Black Designers: Zelda Wynn Valdes
Zelda Wynn Valdes
1920 - Dona Rodrigue
Dorothy Jean Dandridge, née le 9 novembre 1922 à Cleveland (Ohio) et morte le 8 septembre 1965 à West Hollywood (Californie), est une actrice américaine. C’est la première actrice noire à s’être imposée à Hollywood.
Claire Windsor - 1920s silent film star. @designerwallace
Marpessa Dawn. A great actress who many forgot, but who's performance in her first film, "Black Orpheus", is now a classic.
** ZELDA WYNN VALDES ** Fabulous Legendary Designer Wowww! - POWERFUL PEOPLE and FRIENDS
blackhistoryalbum:The Bronze Blond Bombshell, Joyce Bryant | Vintage Black GlamourAfrican-American singer and actress who achieved fame in the late 1940s and early 1950s as a theater and nightclub performer. With her signature silver hair and tight mermaid dresses, she became an early African-American sex symbol, garnering such nicknames as “The Bronze Blond Bombshell”, “the black Marilyn Monroe”, “The Belter”, and “The Voice You’ll Always Remember”