Deadly Dames Film Noir Dress in Emerald Green Velvet. Waah this dress is soo dangerous. Love it.
Vivien Leigh - it's amazing how much kinder she looks without the sharp eyebrows from Gone with the Wind! I'm not sure why, but the soft black and white reminds me of Burning Midnight. I imagine it being softer or sharper most of the time, like the forties - sixties.
Delores Costello & John Barrymore on their wedding day in November of 1928. He said of her "I just laid eyes upon the most preposterously lovely creature in all the world. She walked into the studio like a charming child, slender and shy and golden-haired. Never saw such radiance. My God! I knew that she was the one I had been waiting for. Waiting all my life, just for her."
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Beautiful dress from The Thin Man
Myrna Loy's gown - circa 1930s - great neckline
Dorothy Jean Dandridge, née le 9 novembre 1922 à Cleveland (Ohio) et morte le 8 septembre 1965 à West Hollywood (Californie), est une actrice américaine. C’est la première actrice noire à s’être imposée à Hollywood.
Carole Lombard as 'Ann Krausheimer Smith' - 1941 - Costume Gown by Irene aka Irene Lentz (American, 1900-1962) - 'Mr. & Mrs. Smith' - Director: Alfred Hitchcock - @~ Watsonette