Actress Beatrice Lillie, 1926

Florence Vandamm :: Actress Beatrice Lillie, in character as the Coloratura for Charlot’s Revue of 1924, with her mouth open as if singing, wearing a tiara, a long dark velvet sleeveless dress, long white gloves unbuttoned at the wrists and left hanging from there with fingers dangling, and a scarf of sheer netting thrown around her neck, holding a bouquet of flowers. Vanity Fair, 1926. | src and hi-res Getty Images

The Band Wagon, 1931

Florence Vandamm (uncredited on source) :: Tilly Losch in “The Band Wagon”, 1931. Gelatin silver print. | src Museum of the city of New York
Florence Vandamm :: Tilly Losch in “The Band Wagon”, 1931. Gelatin silver print. | src Museum of the city of New York
Florence Vandamm :: Tilly Losch in “The Band Wagon”, 1931. Gelatin silver print. | src Museum of the city of New York
Florence Vandamm :: Tilly Losch in “The Band Wagon”, 1931. Gelatin silver print. | src Museum of the city of New York
Florence Vandamm :: Tilly Losch in “The Band Wagon”, 1931. Gelatin silver print. | src Museum of the city of New York
Florence Vandamm :: Tilly Losch in “The Band Wagon”, 1931. Gelatin silver print. | src Museum of the city of New York