All Dressed In Love

Beneath the makeup and behind the smile I am just a girl who wishes for the world.

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bluelightseven:

Titanic (film) trivia: The swim dress was the biggest costume design challenge in the movie. Over 24 copies of it were made due to all the strain that was put on them from being in the water for all the action scenes. The dress had a tremendous amount of layers to it but James Cameron wanted it to look as if it was naked against Rose’s skin when soaked. In order to achieve that effect, Kate couldn’t wear any kind of wetsuit underneath her costume unlike all the other cast and crew members who were able to protect themselves from the freezing water

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Illustration by David Wright, 1947.

Illustration by David Wright, 1947.

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ourmarilynmonroe:

Marilyn Monroe at the 1960 Golden Globes.

ourmarilynmonroe:

Marilyn Monroe at the 1960 Golden Globes.

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The McGuire Sisters - Sugartime

theniftyfifties:

The McGuire Sisters — Sugartime

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theniftyfifties:

A make-up artist applies Lucille Ball’s fake nose as the show’s head-writer, Jess Oppenheimer, watches — for the episode “L. A., At Last”, which aired on February 7, 1955.

theniftyfifties:

A make-up artist applies Lucille Ball’s fake nose as the show’s head-writer, Jess Oppenheimer, watches — for the episode “L. A., At Last”, which aired on February 7, 1955.

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theniftyfifties:

Marilyn Monroe pours a drink.

theniftyfifties:

Marilyn Monroe pours a drink.

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kittypackards:

Jean Harlow in Riffraff (1936)

kittypackards:

Jean Harlow in Riffraff (1936)

vintagegal:

Earl Carroll Vanities dancers photographed in Hollywood by Joseph Jasgur c. 1940s (via)

vintagegal:

Earl Carroll Vanities dancers photographed in Hollywood by Joseph Jasgur c. 1940s (via)

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