Books on fashion designing

Books on fashion designing

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BETTE DAVIS

BETTE DAVIS

Kate Durbin (Commentary)/ Hollywood.com/Syndicated by: Special to Hollywood.com

Bette Davis’ eyes weren’t the only eye-catching about this screen siren—she swooped that Oscar in her fabulous feathered cloak like the most exotic bird in the asphalt jungle.

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AVA GARDNER

AVA GARDNER

Kate Durbin (Commentary)/ Hollywood.com/Syndicated by: Special to Hollywood.com

Ava Gardner proved that sophistication and sex appeal are not opposing qualities. These days, she could have bottled that recipe and made a fortune on a perfume.

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CLARK GABLE

CLARK GABLE

Kate Durbin (Commentary)/ Hollywood.com/Syndicated by: Special to Hollywood.com

Clark Gable may not give a damn, but we sure have to say hot damn when we look at that sexy stache and strong stance. They just don’t build men like that anymore.

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GRETA GARBO

GRETA GARBO

Kate Durbin (Commentary)/ Hollywood.com/Syndicated by: Special to Hollywood.com

Greta Garbo makes us want to bring back the penciled brows—oh wait, didn’t chola girls already do that?

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GENE KELLY

GENE KELLY

Kate Durbin (Commentary)/ Hollywood.com/Syndicated by: Special to Hollywood.com

Gene Kelly proved that tap dancing may be the sexiest type of dancing after all—who knew?

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LAUREN BACALL

LAUREN BACALL

Kate Durbin (Commentary)/ Hollywood.com/Syndicated by: Special to Hollywood.com

Lauren Bacall’s husky voice was the perfect counterbalance to those feminine waving curls and floor-length gowns. Ooh la la!

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MARLENE DIETRICH

MARLENE DIETRICH

Kate Durbin (Commentary)/ Hollywood.com/Syndicated by: Special to Hollywood.com

Marlene Dietrich proved that sex appeal has nothing to do with silk and satin, and everything to do with confidence, a top hat, and a smoldering ciggie. Ballsy babe.

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HUMPHREY BOGART

HUMPHREY BOGART

Kate Durbin (Commentary)/ Hollywood.com/Syndicated by: Special to Hollywood.com

Oh, Humphrey Bogart, with those sad eyes, that trademark scar, and that dapper bow tie—here’s looking at you, kid.

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GRACE KELLY

GRACE KELLY

Kate Durbin (Commentary)/ Hollywood.com/Syndicated by: Special to Hollywood.com

Grace Kelly always lived up to her name—with her poise, her perfectly side-swooped hair, and her perfect marriage to a perfect prince.

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AUDREY HEPBURN

AUDREY HEPBURN

Kate Durbin (Commentary)/ Hollywood.com/Syndicated by: Special to Hollywood.com

It wasn’t that pixie cut or those full-skirted dresses that made Audrey a star for the ages—it was her belief that “happy girls are the prettiest girls.” You make us happy, Audrey.

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ELIZABETH TAYLOR

ELIZABETH TAYLOR

Kate Durbin (Commentary)/ Hollywood.com/Syndicated by: Special to Hollywood.com

Elizabeth Taylor not only made belted scarves sexy, she also made multiple divorces an ultra-glam Hollywood accessory.

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JIMMY STEWART

JIMMY STEWART

Kate Durbin (Commentary)/ Hollywood.com/Syndicated by: Special to Hollywood.com

It’s a wonderful life indeed when one can watch sexy Jimmy Stewart on the TV every Christmas Eve with a glass of champagne in hand.

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JEAN HARLOW

JEAN HARLOW

Kate Durbin (Commentary)/ Hollywood.com/Syndicated by: Special to Hollywood.com

Jean Harlow’s cupids bow may have shot the arrow, but her teeny-tiny waist is what really made the gentlemen’s hearts stop.

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JOHN WAYNE

JOHN WAYNE

Kate Durbin (Commentary)/ Hollywood.com/Syndicated by: Special to Hollywood.com

Everyone woman loves a cowboy after John Wayne. Who says men and women need to talk, anyway?

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JUDY GARLAND

JUDY GARLAND

Kate Durbin (Commentary)/ Hollywood.com/Syndicated by: Special to Hollywood.com

Judy Garland once said: “Always be a first-rate version of yourself, not a second-rate version of somebody else.” Best style advice, ever.

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GREGORY PECK

GREGORY PECK

Kate Durbin (Commentary)/ Hollywood.com/Syndicated by: Special to Hollywood.com

We think all men should be Gregory Peck—serious, seriously sexy, and, at all times, wearing a seriously fabulous blazer and tie.

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KATHARINE HEPBURN

KATHARINE HEPBURN

Kate Durbin (Commentary)/ Hollywood.com/Syndicated by: Special to Hollywood.com

Kate Hepburn started the menswear trend that continues until today, and boy oh boy do we thank her for it.

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LUCILLE BALL

LUCILLE BALL

Kate Durbin (Commentary)/ Hollywood.com/Syndicated by: Special to Hollywood.com

She may not have been a natural redhead, but she was a natural beauty with a sassy comic streak. We love you, Lucy!

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ORSON WELLES

ORSON WELLES

Kate Durbin (Commentary)/ Hollywood.com/Syndicated by: Special to Hollywood.com

Orson Welles had fiercely penetrating eyes and a furrowed brow worthy of a warlord—we wonder if he looked like that in bed, too. We hope.

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MAE WEST

MAE WEST

Kate Durbin (Commentary)/ Hollywood.com/Syndicated by: Special to Hollywood.com

Mae West may have been a classic Hollywood blonde, but that smirk on her face tells us she was no angel—thank the golden gods.

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