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Our luxuriously soft beach towels are made from brushed microfiber with a 100% cotton back for extra absorption. The top of the towel has the image printed on it, and the back is white cotton. Our beach towels are available in two different sizes: beach towel (32" x 64") and beach sheet (37" x 74").
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Enhance your home decor with the timeless elegance of silent screen icon Louise Brooks. This stunning design features Ms. Brooks' personal bookplate,... more
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Enhance your home decor with the timeless elegance of silent screen icon Louise Brooks. This stunning design features Ms. Brooks' personal bookplate, designed by the notable book illustrator Frank C. Papé. Bookplates were small illustrated labels pasted into the books in an individual's library to indicate ownership, and this design reflects Ms. Brooks' love of literature and intellectual pursuits.Learn more about the captivating life and career of Louise “Lulu” Brooks on our blog, Naked on My Goat. As a film actress, dancer, and fashion icon, Ms. Brooks remains an enduring symbol of the Jazz Age.This exquisite design is available on a range of items, including towels, totes, stationery, pillows, and framed prints.© 2023 Vintage Brooks, Inc. All rights reserved. Louise Brooks® and Naked on My Goat® are registered trademarks of Vintage Brooks, Inc.
As an American actress and dancer, Lulu’s contributions to Hollywood include 17 silent and 8 sound films. Her bobbed haircut and unique style made her an iconic symbol of the 1920’s flapper, while her relationships with the rich and famous made her name synonymous with sexual liberation and rebellion. She also made a name as a writer, publishing Lulu in Hollywood in 1982. In his essay “The Girl in the Black Helmet,” Kenneth Tynan praises Brooks’ style and film presence, noting “This was Louise Brooks…she has run through my life like a magnetic thread…a dark lady worthy of any poet’s devotion.” He speaks to Lulu’s robust legacy and artistic contributions–a goal we at Vintage Brooks hope to achieve. This unique...
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