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Brigitte dancing in Voulez-vous danser avec moi?, 1959

fybombshells:

Hedy Lamarr

fybombshells:

Hedy Lamarr

Sep 1 '14 · 288 notes · via fybombshells · Tagged hedy lamarr,
paulaarantzazu:

Catherine Deneuve en la revista Paula”

paulaarantzazu:

Catherine Deneuve en la revista Paula”

I’m convinced she was never bored. What she enjoyed most was being alone with her own thoughts and inner dialogues. She had no other greater ambition because she’d achieved them all by the time she was thirty-five—she was the most famous, beautiful, and accomplished woman of her time. But she paid the price by losing her privacy, which was the one thing she wanted—just to lead a decent, healthy, honest life out of the public eye. It wasn’t Two-Faced Woman that made her quit movies. It was about personal development. From the age of seventeen, she’d done nothing but work, and her huge success came before she’d had time to develop an emotional life. In the end, her emotional life was more important.
— Sam Green, companion of Garbo’s (via divinegarbo)
Sep 1 '14 · 19 notes · via divinegarbo · Tagged Greta Garbo,
lottereinigerforever:

Isabelle Huppert as “Madame Bovary”

lottereinigerforever:

Isabelle Huppert as “Madame Bovary”

milstil:

How to blaze through an airport. Brigitte Bardot and Gunter Sachs photograped at Aéroport de Paris-Orly by Raymond Depardon. Sachs rocks the classic navy double breasted blazer with patch pockets and grey trousers. Living a life of leisure, this is Sachs’ formal dress.

littlehorrorshop:

Clara Bow in Wings, 1927

Aug 29 '14 · 5,523 notes · via jeangable · Tagged clara bow,
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