Eugen Joseff, Rita Hayworth, Carmen and necklaces

Jeweller Eugen Joseff created a lot of beautiful pieces for movies.

In The Loves of Carmen (1948) Mr. Joseff’ necklaces add extra boho chic to Rita Hayworth’ gorgeous look.

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Flamboyant gipsy girl and long colourful necklaces suit each other perfectly.

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Coins and beads are stylish partners too.

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If you want to try on yourself Carmen’ (or Rita’) jewellery, check Zukari green and red Riri Necklaces and Kenneth Jay Lane 3 Row Multi Coin Necklace.

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When Carmen cheated on Jose with torero, she cheated on her beaded strands with statement necklace too.

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I guess Carmen would like Butler & Wilson black Baroque Chain Crystal And Teardrops Necklace and Kenneth Jay Lane red Ruby And Clear Rhinestone Necklace as well.

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P.S. In The Loves of Carmen (1948) Jose was played Glenn Ford, miss Hayworth’ on-screen lover: he was Rita’s partner in legendary Gilda (1946), The Lady in Question (1940) and Affair in Trinidad (1952).

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Unfortunately, modern Hollywood completely forgot about this sweet «on-screen couples» tradition.

Girls & Cigarettes. Part IV

Let’s put healty life compaigners on silent mode and enjoy beautiful snapshots of smoking actresses.

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After watching how Evelyn Keyes lights her cigarette in 99 River Street (1953) the most of deep kiss scences will make you yawning.

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Lucille Ball smokes in gloves in Lured (1947).

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Bette Davis is doing the same in Marked Woman (1936).

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Miss Davis with young Humphrey Bogart in Marked Woman (1936).

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Carole Lombard with cigarette holder in Twentieth Century (1934).

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Ella Raines in Phantom Lady (1944).

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Olivia de Havilland in The Dark Mirror (1946).

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