That's some fancy and good looking brick work! Great shots and hope at some time you can locate more information on the bldg.DI
What a beautiful building. Hat making must have been fairly lucrative. Well, it seemed as everyone wore hats then, men and women. I love the colors of this building and the lighting. I love old buildings and old building signs.
Good for her, going for the gusto! I love this old architecture.
Love the intricate design of this building too. And love the name too ^_^ Happy Tuesday!Ruby Tuesday
A beautiful building.Great shots.Costas
Love old architecture too!Happy RT!XOXO Lola:)
Conservative or Orthodox?
What a gorgeous blue sky... lovely shots.
Love the colors against your gorgeous sky!You really captured the intricate details in your photos.The building has been well taken care of to have been built back that long ago. Wouldn't Mrs. Weis be proud it was still standing!
Gorgeous!Rock Collection for Ruby Tuesday. Have a great Tuesday!
Interesting art in that building. I like it. :) My Ruby Tuesday
What a cool building!
That is one beautiful building Di. It seems like such an iconic building there should be the history of it written down somewhere. But that kind of info seems to disappear over time.
Temple of Fashion? I love that! Beautiful shots of an interesting building for sure.
the facade is beautiful. fine brick work, too.Midweek Blues
Nice building Dianne. They did things pretty back in the earlier days.I wonder what the building is used for now?..
Sharp colors with a renaissance period of architecture -you can't go wrong:)
A fascinating facade! Beautiful, creative detail in the brickwork!
What a cool building! Amazing details that give great shadows. 'Temple of Fashion' sounds so hip.
It's a grand building for a millinery business - or perhaps it's a museum. I love the details you've highlighted in your photos.
OMG Dianne, the vibrant colors and various textures in these photos blow me away! I wanna reach out and touch it!Faaaaaaaabulous building!What kind of camera do you use?
Nice brickwork! I love the golden bricks.
Now that is interesting. A temple of fashion for all the 'fashionistas' out there.
Such lines and beautiful curves - I think a pilgrimage is needed to the Temple of Fashion!
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