Marianne Faithfull photographed by David Bailey in 1965.
“My life in Hollywood contained plenty of uproar. I’m sorry for a lot of it, but not awfully sorry. I never did anything to hurt anyone else. I made a place for myself on the screen.” —Clara Bow
A film still of Brooke Shields in The Blue Lagoon from 1980. Long hair, an Ariel-type improvised dress…so gorgeous.
It was one of the wildest scenes I’ve ever been in, or ever hope to be in. I should be ashamed of myself. I’m not, but I should be.
Betty Grable and June Haver in The Dolly Sisters, 1945
A portrait of Brooke Shields from the early 1980s.
“I believe in living today. Not in yesterday, nor in tomorrow.” —Loretta Young
A 1966 portrait of Marianne Faithfull by Benjamin Auger
Yesterday, we released our new TRV lookbook, Helmut Roar, which was inspired by the incredible fashion photography of German-Australian artist Helmut Newton…
Yesterday, Amber, myself, our friends Emmeli and Erin, and my husband Jordan were working hard on our autumn/winter lookbook. It was a long, busy, very fun day. And fortunately, it went smoothly, despite the fact that my husband and I tend to butt heads when we work together. I’m always …
“Marriage vows meant nothing to Roman, but few men have adored a woman as much as he adored Sharon.” —Laurence Harvey
“I wanted to make a concrete impression; the idea of a woman that is free, moody, never the object, one that has a complete control of her finances and knows how it is to be independent.” —Paco Rabanne
“The great art of films does not consist of descriptive movement of face and body but in the movements of thought and soul transmitted in a kind of intense isolation.” —Louise Brooks
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