So, it’s Boxing Day and I’m sitting here (eating chocolates) waiting for it to snow. Apparently we are due to
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The 1960s was a time of Mods, Rockers, Mary Quant and miniskirts. There was a real youth-culture in the swinging sixties, symbolized by iconic models Twiggy and Peggy Moffit. On the more grown-up side of Sixties fashion the ‘Mad Men’ style of dressing was smart, sophisticated and luxurious. Think Jackie Kennedy and her neat suits and sunglasses!
I remember rushing home from school as a child and watching re-runs of Bewitched on the TV. I absolutely adored
Jean Shrimpton is one of the best-known models of the 1960s and was an ‘it girl’ and icon of Swinging
For me Cary Grant will always be the ultimate leading man. Sophisticated, debonaire and witty (not to mention a bit
It was a total coincidence that I watched Grand Prix on the same weekend we heard about James Garner’s death.
Some of the biggest movie parts in history were first offered to other actors, including the part of Indiana Jones.
After last week’s disappointment watching Citizen Kane I was delighted to discover a real gem this week. Don’t be put
Wow, talk about a movie Epic! You think Harry Potter’s Deathly Hallows was a long movie? Try this one, it’s
An actor or actress dying suddenly during the filming of a movie can either make it a huge success of
You don’t see fur adverts much these days (or at least I haven’t come across many) but basically fur advertising
Actress and singer Nichelle Nichols is best known as the fabulous Lieutenant Uhura in the 1960s Star Trek series. Her
Taylor was married 8 times. Her shortest marriage was with her first husband Conrad Nicky Hilton which lasted just 9
I think the tragic disappearance of Flight MH370 is probably pre-occupying all of us at the moment and it goes
I turn 40 next week and this milestone got me thinking about all the Hollywood stars who died tragically young
Or perhaps this should be horror movies that they just wouldn’t make today, either because they’re totally inappropriate, incredibly corny
Nancy Kwan was one of the first EuroAsian-American actresses to play major roles in Hollywood movies. Born in Hong Kong
1960s makeup is perhaps one of the most recognizable of the vintage styles of makeup, whether you choose to go
Nothing can transport you back in time like a fragrance. They say that your sense of smell is the most