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Posted on July 25, 2011 6:08 PM
The gloves, the sunglasses, the cigarette holder, the jewels, and Givenchy's definitive "little black dress": no one else could have pulled off that look but her. Hard to believe that Capote had ever envisioned Marilyn Monroe in the Holly Golightly role.
Thanks for this rendering John. It's definitely one of my favorites.
Ed B |
July 25, 2011 11:09 PM
July 25, 2011 23:09
Audrey was a bit before my time, so I had to take a walkabout on the web gathering intel.
That's a beautiful caricature of a most beautiful lady, John.
Take a look at the trailer - about 10 to 12 seconds in as she slips off her fashion sunglasses and purrs "won't you join me?" (Oh, how I wish!!!)
Dr. Bob |
July 25, 2011 11:30 PM
July 25, 2011 23:30
Hey Ed B and Dr. Bob
She has this other-worldly, elfin vibe that is utterly fetching. She seems so sweet, yet not purely innocent.
I remember her role in "Always" as Hap, a gentle angel that tutors the Dreyfuss character about the ways of eternity. She was perfect in that movie.
JOHN COX |
July 26, 2011 12:25 AM
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