Carole Lombard

rosswolfe:

Erich Kettelhut, sketch for Fritz Laing’s Metropolis (1927).

rosswolfe:

Erich Kettelhut, sketch for Fritz Laing’s Metropolis (1927).

rosswolfe:

Student model for the project “Finding the form of a blunt massive volume,” VKhUTEMAS in Moscow (1920-1926).

rosswolfe:

Student model for the project “Finding the form of a blunt massive volume,” VKhUTEMAS in Moscow (1920-1926).

intagliogia:

The chess scene from the original film version of The Thomas Crown Affair (1968) is playfully suggestive. I am certain that my predilection for nude nail varnish must have been inspired by seeing Faye’s Dunnaway’s impeccably manicured nails in this scene. 

The perfect nude is hard to find.  I mix my own.

And what about Faye Dunaway’s costuming in this movie?  Theadora Van Runkle pulled out all the stops!

fashionsfromhistory:

Costume for Barbara Stanwyck as Leona in “Sorry, Wrong Number”

Edith Head

1948

Julien’s Live

These decision trees make perfect sense to me.

These decision trees make perfect sense to me.