Queen Elizabeth and Prince Phillip, looking casually posh at the horse races in 1968.
This couple owned the dance floor at a bebop theatre in the 1950s.
Dean Martin and Angie Dickinson take a break on the set of "Rio Bravo" in 1958.
Cassius Clay dressed to kill in 1963, the year before he beat Sonny Liston, won the world heavyweight boxing title and changed his name to Muhammad Ali.
The Beatles before they were famous (and before Ringo took over for Pete Best on drums).
Sean Connery kicks back on the couch and enjoys a cigar.
Diana Rigg (Olenna Tyrell from "Game of Thrones") in 1967, when she costarred in "The Avengers."
Chicago, 1941: All dressed up and ready to go.
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