dimanche 28 novembre 2010

La Tour Eiffel, Paris (France)





Romy Schneider, Brigitte Bardot, Audrey Hepburn, Catherine Deneuve (by Helmut Newton), Natalie Wood.

Paris 1928 - Author Unknown

Jean Béraud - Near the Eiffel Tower



Marc Chagall - Newlywedds with Eiffel Tower in the Background

Marc Chagall - Artist and His Bride

Marc Chagall - Eiffel tower serenade

samedi 27 novembre 2010

Actresses wearing wedding dress














Gene Tierney, Pier Angeli, Rita Hayworth, Romy Schneider, Natalie Wood, Elizabeth Taylor, Joan Crawford & Clark Gable, Catherine Deneuve in
"Les Parapluies de Cherbourg"Jacques Demy (thank you Melee !), Boris Karloff and Marian Marsh, Bebe Daniels, Audrey Hepburn, Julie Delpy in "Trois Couleurs - Blanc" ("Three Colors - White"), 1994 (dir. Krzysztof Kieślowski).

Actresses wearing bridal gown :
http://dsata.blogspot.com/2010/06/actresses-wearing-bridal-gown.html



Maurice Denis


Marc Chagall, Les Fiancés de la Tour Eiffel (dét.)



Midlake - Young bride

vendredi 26 novembre 2010

"Lazy calm"







Liz Taylor, Joan Crawford, Grace Kelly, Anita Ekberg, Marilyn Monroe.


Cocteau Twins - Lazy Calm From the album Victorialand [1986]

mardi 23 novembre 2010

What a dress !








Loretta Young, Joan Crawford, Bette Davis, Ava Gardner, Liz Taylor, Alfred Hitchcock, Grace Kelly & John Michael Hayes.

dimanche 21 novembre 2010

Blonde / Brune (Actresses changing their usual hair colour)












Naomi Watts & Laura Harring ("Mulholland Drive" David Lynch), Anna Karina, James Cagney & Mary Brian ("Hard to handle" Mervyn LeRoy), Norma Shearer & Tyrone Power ("Marie Antoinette" W.S. Van Dyke), Orson Welles & Rita Hayworth ("The lady from Shanghai" Orson Welles), Liz Taylor, Ava Gardner, Joan Crawford, Vivien Leigh & Karl Malden ("A streetcar named desire" Elia Kazan), Audrey Hepburn (Ondine) & Mel Ferrer.












Lana Turner, Ginger Rogers, Marlene Dietrich ("Touch of evil" Orson Welles), Marilyn Monroe (as Theda Bara in "Cleopatra") © Richard Avedon, Brigitte Bardot ("Le mépris" Jean-Luc Godard), Jeanne Moreau ("La mariée était en noir" François Truffaut), Uma Thurman ("Pulp Fiction" Quentin Tarantino).



Et aussi :



© http://www.cinematheque.fr/

Brune Blonde
Une exposition Arts et cinéma conçue par Alain Bergala, à la Cinémathèque française (Paris)

http://www.cinematheque.fr/fr/expositions-cinema/brune-blonde/