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Jennifer Edwards Kawa as The Ghost of Christmas Past (photo by Heidi Hastings) http://www.heidihastings.wordpress.com

Jennifer Edwards Kawa as The Ghost of Christmas Past (photo by Heidi Hastings) http://www.heidihastings.wordpress.com

Jennifer Edwards Kawa as Lucille Ball (photo by Heidi Hastings) http://www.heidihastings.wordpress.com

Jennifer Edwards Kawa as Ginny Weasley (photo by Heidi Hastings) http://www.heidihastings.wordpress.com

Jennifer Edwards Kawa as The Ghost of Christmas Future (photo by Heidi Hastings) http://www.heidihastings.wordpress.com

Jennifer Edwards Kawa as Partridge in a Pear Tree (photo by Heidi Hastings) http://www.heidihastings.wordpress.com

Jennifer Edwards Kawa as Partridge in a Pear Tree (photo by Heidi Hastings) http://www.heidihastings.wordpress.com

Jennifer Edwards Kawa as Star (photo by Heidi Hastings) http://www.heidihastings.wordpress.com

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  1. Pingback: Jennifer Edwards Kawa is Lucille Ball | My Disguises - We Love Costumes

  2. Read about fashion in the 1950’s and 60’s, when feminity and glamour was at its height.

    Kindle book:
    https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B005O2WLQ0

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    • The cover art looks beautiful but the description on Amazon seems to be pointed more toward erotic story lines rather than the fashion of the 50’s and 60’s. I could be wrong, but that is the general feeling Amazon.com has presented for this particular book. I personally would be more interested in reading about the fashion of this time frame and the way women felt while wearing it, rather than when it is dropped on the floor or draped across a chair. But that is just me. Thanks for sharing.

      Reply
      • Thanks for your kind comment. The link I sent was for a compendium of erotic stories, whereas the more appropriate is for “The Fashion Show”, a novel which is set in the 1950’s, the tale of a young man becoming involved in the glamorous London fashion scene of the 1950’s:

        https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0061EATZ0

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