I've been totally transfixed by photographer Jacques Henri Lartigue's gorgeous 1974 tome, Les Femmes, which features portraits of society women, taken from the 1920s through the early-1970s.
Above: Autochrome of Bibi and Germaine Chalom, Cannes, c.1927 Below: Spain, c.1905
Every photo in the book looks as I want my entire Summer to feel . . . one where my wardrobe solely consists of; Victorian whites, mariniers, straw hats, palazzos and Spanish espadrilles, and we sit on linen picnic blankets talking about art, eating tangerines, and drinking Lillet under cherry blossom trees. View for yourself, and dream away . . .
Above: Autochrome of Bibi in the new Eden Roc restaurant, Cap d'Antibes, c.1920 Below: Florette at Picasso's Studio, Cannes, c.1955
Above: Fashion model Colombe, at Nevez, Brittany, c.1970 Below: Lartigue's muse and lover, Renée Perle at Cannes, c,1931, and Renee in her painting studio (where she only painted portraits of her own face), Paris, c.1931
Above: Autochrome of Bibi at Cannes, c.1927 Below: Yvonne Printemps, sunbathing in Royan, France, c.1924