A true Style Icon, I covet his sunglasses, Rolex, car, haircut and suits in his movies. Casual. Classic. Ladies and gentlemen, Steve McQueen. Style Icon.
Reinvention. I love it. There are risks and challenges, but also great rewards. One being the confusion of others. It is not only in Hollywood
**since writing this, I have deleted my Google+ , twitter, and Pinterest accounts (and obviously stopped using Bufferapp, reddit, and digg). they just were not
A true original, Ali MacGraw didn’t only represent the late 60s and early 70s Bohemian-meets-American-Prep style: she was one of the people that invented it.
There are so many movies that you should watch, quite a few of them are directed by Billy Wilder. See “Sunset Boulevard,” Wilder’s tale of
Her poem “Telephone” is something everyone has felt, if they want to admit it or not. She had the wit of three people and the
Third generation Academy Award winner? That is ridiculous. She is all angles and attitude, cheeks and confidence. Her beauty is intoxicating and addictive. Her longevity
There is a scene in “The Thin Man” where Cesar Romero (who’s character is Chris Jorgensen, I guess foreign is foreign) is sitting in a
Andy Warhol died my junior year of high school. Shortly after that, I became obsessed with him, his life, Interview magazine, but more specifically, his
“My Man Godfrey” is on of my favorite movies and part of that reason is because of Carole Lombard. She is perfection. Her life story
Today’s Daily Prompt is: “Have you ever had a mentor? What was the greatest lesson you learned from him or her?” This will be short.
If you are a fan of classic movies and pay attention to scenery and costuming, you already know Edith Head. She had THE influence on