February 27, 1932 - March 23, 2011
Who really cares how many times Academy-Award winner, Elizabeth Rosemond Taylor, married? She lived her life to the fullest, seemingly without regret! Miss Taylor appeared to be the type of woman that men want in their bedroom when they're sick and in their bed when they're not. She was amazingly talented, beautiful and oh-so sexy; one of the very last grand dames of "Old Hollywood." Out of today's young celebutants, who can possibly take her place: Kim Kardashian, Blake Lively, Nia Long, Lindsay Lohan? Not in my lifetime. Arghhh!
With her co-star "Lassie"
"Who's Afraid of Virginia Wolff?" with Richard Burton.
The famous 33.19 carat Krupp Diamond
(All Images via Google / Video via Youtube)
Living in Los Angeles, I had never heard of fashion photographer Bill Cunningham until a couple of years ago. He's been photographing both the uber wealthy, as well as the average joe, on the streets of New York for the New York Times for nearly as many years as I've been alive. I suppose every fashion blogger owes some debt of gratitude to Mr. Cunningham, since he's defintely to be counted as one of the forefathers for this style of photography. To live your life with the passion that's shown in this documentary is, without a doubt, my goal in life.
Bill Cunningham New York opens next week, March 16th, in New York, but unfortunately, I have yet to find a screening here in L.A. Hopefully, The Arclight, or Pasadena's Laemmles will feature it shortly. I can't wait.
Read more: Bill Cunningham New York Plot and Cast | Movies.com
Polo Ralph Lauren
I was born in the country, but brought up in the big city, with hopes of always maintaining the charm, wit and character of a southern, sophisticated
gentleman. In my goal to live more passionately & purposefully, here are just a few things that I've learned and experienced along the way, making my journey more interesting, and more importantly, easier.