Lovely Together

updownsmilefrown:

JFK and Jackie go after the presidency, 1960



Bear Mountain Park, New York, 1950 by Leon Levinstein (via)

Bear Mountain Park, New York, 1950 by Leon Levinstein (via)


wehadfacesthen:

Minneapolis teenager, 1953, photo by Jerome Liebling

wehadfacesthen:

Minneapolis teenager, 1953, photo by Jerome Liebling



missingmarilyn:

Marilyn Monroe photographed by Gene Lester, 1956.

missingmarilyn:

Marilyn Monroe photographed by Gene Lester, 1956.



Anita Ekberg, 1956 (via)

Anita Ekberg, 1956 (via)


harlow-jean:

Rita Hayworth 1948

harlow-jean:

Rita Hayworth 1948


fuckindiva:

Paul Simonon

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Mini-skirt at school in the sixties.

Mini-skirt at school in the sixties.



hollywoodlady:

Vivien Leigh for That Hamilton Woman , 1941

hollywoodlady:

Vivien Leigh for That Hamilton Woman , 1941


Vivien Leigh for Caesar and Cleopatra, 1945



"If I can but feel that you are with me on this, the most important and trying task of my life, I pledge with all my heart I shall try to make Scarlett O’hara live as you described her in your brilliant book." -Vivien Leigh’s telegram to Margaret Mitchell, January 1939.

"If I can but feel that you are with me on this, the most important and trying task of my life, I pledge with all my heart I shall try to make Scarlett O’hara live as you described her in your brilliant book." -Vivien Leigh’s telegram to Margaret Mitchell, January 1939.



Apart from her looks, which were magical, she possessed beautiful poise; her neck looked almost too fragile to support her head and bore with it a sense of surprise, and something of the pride of the master juggler who can make a brilliant maneuver appear almost accidental. She also had something else: an attraction of the most perturbing nature I had ever encountered.  - Laurence Olivier on Vivien Leigh

Apart from her looks, which were magical, she possessed beautiful poise; her neck looked almost too fragile to support her head and bore with it a sense of surprise, and something of the pride of the master juggler who can make a brilliant maneuver appear almost accidental. She also had something else: an attraction of the most perturbing nature I had ever encountered.  - Laurence Olivier on Vivien Leigh


gatabella:

Vivien Leigh

gatabella:

Vivien Leigh

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