Vulture Vintage


Vulture Vintage is an online destination for groovy and badass ladies. These are the images and sounds that inspire, as well as photos by us.

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We’re Desperate: The Punk Photography of Jim Jocoy

We’re Desperate: The Punk Photography of Jim Jocoy

missmonroes:

Marilyn Monroe c. 1950

missmonroes:

Marilyn Monroe c. 1950

(via respicefinem)

(Source: madeljane, via lil-shygirl)

Gaby Ramirez for Vulture Vintage
Polaroid by dkobayashiritch
Styled by wildgift
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Gaby Ramirez for Vulture Vintage

Polaroid by dkobayashiritch

Styled by wildgift

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warpaintwarpaint:

Warpaint outtake #pinkpink #warpaint

warpaintwarpaint:

Warpaint outtake #pinkpink #warpaint

(via warpaintwarpaint)

(Source: ffffound.com, via pl0wie)

(Source: herekitty)

iritabook:

plaza de la conchita. coyoacán, mexico city. august 18, 2014.

Gaby and Leti for Vulture Vintage
Photo by dkobayashiritch
Styling by wildgift
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Gaby and Leti for Vulture Vintage
Photo by dkobayashiritch
Styling by wildgift
www.shopvulturevintage.com

dkobayashiritch:

from lookbook I did for vulturevintage
styled by wildgift

dkobayashiritch:

from lookbook I did for vulturevintage

styled by wildgift

vintagesalt:

Joan Jett signs a fans chest at Plastic Fantastic Records, Philadelphia, 1978. Photo by Scott Weiner

We signed more guys’ chests than you’d expect—it was totally a flipping of the roles. We were big fans of Led Zeppelin—Robert Plant and Jimmy Page were the ultimate sex symbols, and we wanted to do our own version of that. If guys were allowed to use their sexuality, why weren’t we? We were trying to be provocative while also getting cut down for being too sexual. But people didn’t take us seriously as a real rock band—we were just dismissed because we were girls. - Joan Jett

vintagesalt:

Joan Jett signs a fans chest at Plastic Fantastic Records, Philadelphia, 1978. Photo by Scott Weiner

We signed more guys’ chests than you’d expect—it was totally a flipping of the roles. We were big fans of Led Zeppelin—Robert Plant and Jimmy Page were the ultimate sex symbols, and we wanted to do our own version of that. If guys were allowed to use their sexuality, why weren’t we? We were trying to be provocative while also getting cut down for being too sexual. But people didn’t take us seriously as a real rock band—we were just dismissed because we were girls. - Joan Jett

Gaby and Leti for Vulture Vintage 
Photo by dkobayashiritch
Styled by wildgift
www.shopvulturevintage.com

Gaby and Leti for Vulture Vintage
Photo by dkobayashiritch
Styled by wildgift
www.shopvulturevintage.com