Isn’t it interesting that people comment criticizing what they don’t like? I understand that these photos are of humans, that catch your eye, nt about critiquing whether they are out or in. Thank you for bringing these images to us, I love them all and it doesn’t matter whether I personally like how the person has styled themselves or not. I can appreciate their style regardless.
After World War II , the textile industry largely moved to the South, leaving many large buildings in the district unoccupied. In some buildings they were replaced by warehouses and printing plants, and other buildings were torn down to be replaced by gas stations, auto repair shops and parking lots and garages. Since the iron was pliable and easily molded, sumptuously curved window frames were created, and the strength of the metal allowed these frames considerable height. The once-somber, gas-lit interiors of the industrial district were flooded with sunlight through the enlarged windows. The strength of cast iron permitted high ceilings with sleek supporting columns, and interiors became expansive and functional.