Jack Nicholson is something else. And his movies are fascinating ways of living. But there will always be that one movie you link to an actor or actress, no matter how many of his works you’ve watched. And to me, when it comes to Jack Nicholson, he’s always ‘flying over the cuckoo’s nest’.
Diana Vreeland este o personalitate marcantă în istoria modei. Cu o carieră în modă care a durat 50 de ani, Diana a stabilit câteva trenduri emblematice ale secolului XX, a consiliat-o în materie de modă și stil pe Jackie Kennedy, a fost editor de fashion la Harper’s Bazaar timp de 25 de ani, apoi editor șef la Vogue. Nu în ultimul rând, a adus în atenția publicului colecții istorice de costume în cadrul Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Costume Institute.
In Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958) Elizabeth Taylor wore a beautiful white dress created by Helen Rose. The dress is a statement of the 50s fashion and it has become one of the most appreciated dresses from the Golden Age of Hollywood.
Vogue has this really cool series of short films called 73 Questions. They meet with celebrities and ask them some questions that are meant to give us an idea on how they spend their lives and what they enjoy doing when they’re not filming, hosting TV shows, recording new hit songs or designing clothes.
I found it, I love it.
One of the most beautiful gowns I have seen in movies was worn by Grace Kelly in To Catch a Thief (1954). This wonderful blue dress, designed by Edith Head, became an iconic image in Hitchcock’s movies.
If there’s something I like more than watching movies is watching movies about the movie industry. So, Hail, Caesar!
Story’s like this: “Head of Physical Production” Eddie Mannix (Josh Brolin) works to keep the good image of the stars from the studio he works for.