1930s Style Icons: Bette Davis

1930s Style Icons: Bette Davis

Bette Davis’ Hollywood career spanned an incredible six decades, but it was her style in the 1930s and 40s combined

June Allyson

June Allyson

1940s studio publicity photo of MGM actress June Allyson for the film Music for Millions (1944). I love her stripey

Marilyn and her biggest fan

Marilyn and her biggest fan

Marilyn Monroe and Groucho (I think?) Marx in 1949. The young Marilyn (and her wiggle) made a lasting impression on

The Art Deco Cleopatra

The Art Deco Cleopatra

In 1934 Cecil B. DeMille directed a movie version of Cleopatra which was every bit as sumptuous and decadent as

Hedy Lamarr

Hedy Lamarr

Warner Brothers Studio publicity photograph of Hedy Lamarr for the 1944 film The Conspirators. I love her necklace!

Kim Basinger in the 1970s

Kim Basinger in the 1970s

I don’t think I’d ever seen a photo of Kim Basinger quite this young before. I think I first noticed

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