This is a tumblr appeciating the women (and occasionally, men) of the 1960s. The hair, makeup, fashion, elegance and beauty that we all wish to have. Image and video hosting by TinyPic Image and video hosting by TinyPic Image and video hosting by TinyPic Image and video hosting by TinyPic


28 July 14

"Ah, Sharon. The word ‘exquisite’ perfectly sums up this lady. Almost otherworldly, so beautiful and sensitive, a truly gentle soul. But in no way wishy-washy, she was smart and not taken in by the shallowness of the industry. Well-grounded and natural, she was very much in tune with her life and really happy when I last saw her in London in 1969. She was such an innocent, and unspoiled by her success." 
— George Harrison

"Ah, Sharon. The word ‘exquisite’ perfectly sums up this lady. Almost otherworldly, so beautiful and sensitive, a truly gentle soul. But in no way wishy-washy, she was smart and not taken in by the shallowness of the industry. Well-grounded and natural, she was very much in tune with her life and really happy when I last saw her in London in 1969. She was such an innocent, and unspoiled by her success." 

— George Harrison

Reblogged: avalavinias

26 July 14
One day I was in George’s flat on my own and someone rang the bell. I opened the door and a weird-looking man tried to force his way in. I didn’t know whether he was a salesman or a Jehovah’s Witness, but he was most insistent. I said, “This is outrageous,” and he burst out laughing. It was Paul in disguise.
— Pattie Boyd, from Wonderful Today (via ringoshootingstarr)

Reblogged: ringoshootingstarr

15 June 14

(Source: missworldz)

Reblogged: turn-on-the-night

21 May 14
'Here Comes the Sun' is a masterpiece. No piece of music can make you feel better than this. It's such an optimistic song, with that little bit of ache in it that makes the happiness mean even more.
— Tom Petty (via thebeatals)

Reblogged: little-miss-behavior

15 May 14

Dhani Harrison and Sasha Pivovarova photographed by Steven Meisel in an editorial appropriately named “Here Comes the Son” for Vogue Magazine channeling Harrison’s late father George Harrison and ex-wife Pattie Boyd.

14 May 14

quiet-beatle:

The day after they married in Esher, Surrey, George and Pattie Harrison gave a press conference in London. 1966.

"After our wedding we had to endure a press conference that Brian had set up. It was so terrifying that I have almost blanked it from my memory. Lots of reporters asked questions about when George had asked me to marry him and our plans for the future. George said he had proposed on the day we met, on the train filming A Hard Day’s Night, and I said I hadn’t thought he was serious. He then said he’d asked me out and I’d turned him down. And I blurted that we’d like three children but not immediately.” - Pattie

Reblogged: quiet-beatle

Posted: 10:41 PM
[John] was the loudest, the noisiest and the oldest. He could be wrong about something but try and win the argument just by being loud.
— George Harrison on John Lennon, in testimony given at the High Court during the The Beatles vs. Lingasong Music trial, 6 May 1998 (via thateventuality)

Reblogged: thateventuality

26 March 14

"I felt we would always love each other for the rest of our lives. I didn’t see anything final in us splitting up”

"I felt we would always love each other for the rest of our lives. I didn’t see anything final in us splitting up”

Reblogged: takemebacktothe1960s

11 February 14
teenericidle:

ME FT. MY BOYFRIENDS STAR

teenericidle:

ME FT. MY BOYFRIENDS STAR

Reblogged: moodymorticia

9 February 14

Reblogged: delawlie