Sunday, January 28, 2018

theimpossiblecool: Your life is your life don’t let it be clubbed into dank submission. be on the watch. there are ways out. there is a light somewhere. it may not be much light but it beats the darkness. be on the watch. the gods will offer you chances. know them. take them. you can’t beat death but you can beat death in life, sometimes. and the more often you learn to do it, the more light there will be. your life is your life. know it while you have it. you are marvelous the gods wait to delight in you. Charles Bukowski, The Laughing Heart


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vintagesalt: Bette Davis photographed for Fashions of 1934


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whatever-isthe90s: Drew Barrymore stills for Poison Ivy (1992)


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nickdrake: Christina Ricci


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Thursday, January 25, 2018

mabellonghetti: John Waters and and out of costume, drag performer Divine (born Glenn Milstead) photographed by Allan Tannenbaum, 1981


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mabellonghetti: Sigourney Weaver photographed by Allan Tannenbaum, 1981


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mabellonghetti: Uma Thurman for Vogue Paris, 1987


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sala66: David Carradine y Keye Luke en “Kung Fu”, 1972


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thegoldenyearz: Farrah Fawcett on the set of The Six Million Dollar Man, 1974


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miss-vanilla: Sophia Loren, 1957.


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Tuesday, January 23, 2018

miss-accacia27: Natalie Wood


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twixnmix: American boxer Joe Louis sits at the piano with singer and actress Lena Horne in a Chicago nightclub, 1949. The book Stormy Weather: The Life of Lena Horne, details their love affair. Both were married to other people, and Louis had become a father in February 1943. But the boxing world heavyweight champion kept visiting the Stormy Weather set to see Lena, whom he’d reportedly met at the New York City nightclub CafĂ© Society a few years prior. Joe spoke openly of their on-again, off-again affair to his friend Alice Key; Lena flaunted a mink coat he’d given to her. On November 12, 1942, Billy Rowe had reported the widespread rumor that Louis, then an army sergeant would divorce his wife to marry Lena. Both Joe and Lena issued vague denials. “I think that Lena is a grand person, on and off the screen, but that doesn’t mean I want to marry her or vice versa,” said the boxer. Added Lena, Sergeant Louis and I have been friends for several years and to me, like fifty million others, he’s a symbol of greatness. I can certainly admire him and be in his company without hopping off to the alter.”


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retropopcult: Big Trouble in Little China (1986)


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summers-in-hollywood: Eartha Kitt photographed by Philippe Halsman, 1954


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