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Hollywood Costume Exhibit

What: Hollywood Costume Exhibit
Where: The Historic Wilshire May Company Building
Location: 6067 Wilshire Boulevard, Miracle Mile
Cost: $20.00

Unlike some years, I’ll remember fondly how I kicked-off 2015…and that’s in-style. 862 more words


kathleenlynagh reblogged this on Kathleen Lynagh Jewelry and commented:

A very well written post. Please take a moment to see the photographs and read about her visit to the Hollywood Costume Exhibit. it closes March 2nd, 2015. If you do get to see it, please see my jewelry made for this exhibit on display. Three gorgeous pieces commissioned by the collector, Larry MCQueen. He owns several costumes in the show and I had the privilege to work with him on the brooches for Carole Lombard, Susan Hayward and a pendant for Greta Garbo. Enjoy, KLH

Throwback Trailer: I Want to Live! (1958)

This film tells the riveting true story of brazen bad girl Barbara Graham (Susan Hayward, in an Academy Award-winning performance), a perpetual offender who tries to go straight but is sent to death row after being implicated in a murder. 37 more words

Throwback Trailer

Where Love Has Gone (1964)

Susan Hayward versus Bette Davis. An explosive combination on paper. A bit less so on film.

These two great actresses who were both known to tear up the screen and male costars were surely meant to face off against each other. 586 more words

Daily Take

Susan Hayward

Susan Hayward (June 30, 1917 – March 14, 1975), an American actress.

After working as a fashion model in New York, Hayward traveled to Hollywood in 1937. 1,283 more words


All 4 Jewelry Designs for film, from start to delivery

A few readers have asked to see the latest jewelry design projects all together on one page. Below you will see the inital photograph that started the project, the jewelry and then the costume with the re-created jewelry on exhibit. 222 more words

Re-creative Jewelry

Day 10 of Noirvember: House of Strangers (1949)

Everybody knows about Out of the Past, Double Indemnity, The Postman Always Rings Twice, Laura. But for today’s celebration of Noirvember, I’m taking a closer look at a noir that you don’t hear a lot about: … 383 more words

Film Noir

The Revengers (1972)

William Holden and Ernest Borgnine return to Mexico three years after their iconic turns in The Wild Bunch to film this poorly constructed, yet never dull western from director Daniel Mann. 482 more words

Daily Take