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Cherry Lake

- Boots; Tony Bianco. Jeans; ASOS. Coat + Shirt (plaid, underneath); F21. Book; Fishpond. -

Happy Easter everyone! Enjoy your chocolate and time with family and friends, or even just your cat if that’s how you roll! 161 more words

Regally Blonde

The Man Who Knew Too Much: James Stewart

This post is part of the James Stewart Blogathon hosted by the Classic Film & TV Cafe. You can view the complete blogathon schedule here… 654 more words

Boys Do It Too

Rear Window: Old vs. New, In a Matter of Opinion

I recently had the honor of being asked to write a collaborative piece with fellow blogger, Ryan from Films and Figures. Ryan’s blog features fantastic reviews of the American Film Institute’s (AFI’s) 100 Years, 100 Movies list (if you have yet to check out… 1,458 more words


The Silver Screen

Audrey Hepburn’s chic Breakfast at Tiffany’s gown, Marilyn Monroe’s iconic white pleated skirt, Elizabeth Taylor’s infamous head dresses, James Dean’s red jacket of ‘Rebel Without a Cause’; film and fashion have always enjoyed a close relationship. 408 more words


Bring on the Clowns

Clowns don’t sleep with their make up on – they don’t go to bed in their costumes either. You can blame Cecil B. de Mille for that, as it was his movie… 369 more words

Iconic Designer: Edith Head

This woman first caught my eye through Google doodle when they celebrated her birthday by posting the below picture. Edith Head (October 28, 1897 – October 24, 1981) was an American costume designer who had a bachelor of arts degree in letters and sciences with honors in French from the University of California, Berkeley, and a master of arts degree in romance languages from Stanford University. 498 more words