Cigarette Holder + Stylish Woman = Perfect Combinatin
Mae West used decorated piece in I’m No Angel (1933).
Tatyana Vasilyeva in Adam Marries Eve (1980). Russian cameraman Georgy Rerberg was an ingenious magician: he could turn almost each and every actress into the mesmerizing beauty. Here he beautifully highlighted Vasilyeva’s high cheekbones.
Shelley Winters in Lolita (1962)
Russian actress Alisa Freindlich
Girls and Cigarettes. Part I is here.
The most important trick of nude dress is to create an illusion that you’re showing everything being fully covered. Irene, famous Hollywood costume designer, who dressed Marlene Dietrich in old good comedy Seven Sinners, definitely knew about it.
Marlene in black
Marlene in white
In I’m No Angel movie Mae West plays circus singer who seduces men on local fairs while her boyfriend empties pockets of those guys. And I dare to say that her stage dress (costume designer Trevis Banton) looks almost puritanical comparing to those outfits which modern celebrities wear on official events.
Sad but true: nowadays designers forgot this trick and most of starsin their creations look meat in transparent pack.
the side of Lottie’s dress is really ugly (I guess not every prostitute would agree to put it on)
and Queen of Trash Kim Kardashian.
Refinded seduction and sensuality are gone unfortunately and I’m afraid they might not come back.
When my eyes are craving for beauty and grace I watch movies with Audrey Hepburn. Comedy Paris When It Sizzles is very far from the best, but nowadays it’s a rare pleasure to see a pure man and really beautiful woman on the screen.
Audrey and William Holden
And miss Hepburn in Givenchy outfits definitey is a pure visaul peasure. And what is most important all her outfits look timeless.
Pisctahio suit with white accessories
Skirt and top
Little white dress is a perfect choice for a slim girls
Blue night gown
Audrey in pink
Audrey in orange dress with young Tony Curtis
Marvelous Marlene Dietrich made her comeo in Paris When It Sizzles
First on screen appear her famous legs then you see Marlene in chic white suit.
Funny thing: Marlene Dietrich and Tony Curtis are not credited in titles, but it was mentioned that Audrey was wearing Givenchy perfume. Product placemet was, is and will always be there. But there is a good thing: Gabi (Audrey’s character) doesn’t spray it each 15 minutes and others don’t exclaim: “What the lovely perfume you wear! What’s the name of it?”