The 1930s was such an elegant decade, and nothing shows this more than the beautiful wedding dresses people wore. Here’s
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Marion Davies is as well known for being a famous man’s mistress as she is for being a movie star.
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.
My blog seems to have taken a decidedly Russian turn this week, what with clearing up the rumours about Rasputin
Historical stage costumes are by their very nature fabulous. Rarely understated they needed to communicate the nature of a character
Chaplin, along with his mother and siblings, were sent to the dreaded Victorian workhouse when he was aged just 7.
I’m embarrassed to say that a great deal of what I knew about Rasputin came courtesy of Boney M (Lover
It was fascinating to come across these family photos which make Tzar Nicholas II of Russia look like just a
I loved the look of this recipe. It sounded like all my favourite ingredients from a Danish Pastry made into
This week’s vintage fashion inspiration comes from Audrey Hepburn in the 1954 movie Sabrina – one of my all-time favourite
Continuing on the theme from yesterday with Hollywood stars before they were famous, here’s a very young and rather risqué photo of Joan Crawford
We all know what Mae West looked like (above). Her sexy on-screen image is probably one of the most iconic
‘I learnt one thing on my honeymoon – to take drugs’. Tiger Woman is the autobiography of Betty May, a
I thought I’d indulge in a little wedding nostalgia from the 1920s today, partly because I was wondering when the
People the world over have found breast cakes entertaining (not to mention titillating) for a long time. I seem to
Marie Doro was an American silent movie actress of the early 1920s. Isn’t she stunning? She started out as a
French Impressionist painter Monet, photographed in his gardens in Giverny, the inspiration for his famous Water Lilies series of paintings.