Nancy Berg photographed by Cecil Beaton for Vogue, February 1953.

Nancy Berg, February Vogue 1953 Photo by Cecil Beaton I like to see a man really into his woman . He cant take his eyes off of her .

Sandra Dee and dog

Gidget Sandra Dee on the Leo Carrillo State Beach in Malibu, California, USA, trying to teach her pet poodle a trick.

As one of Alfred Hitchcock's favorite blonde beauties, Grace Kelly positively glowed in this wispy, ice-blue chiffon cocktail dress by Edith Head. Featuring a nipped-in waist, five layers of flowing fabric with a color-blocked stripe of darker blue — plus matching rosette and scarf — the only accessory you'll need to pair this eye-candy with is a toasty tan from the French Riviera. Paramount / The Kobal Collection / Fraker, Bud / Colour: Laurie, Jane  - MarieClaire.com

The 20 Greatest Movie Dresses of All Time

Dick van Dyke & Julie Andrews rehearsing for Mary Poppins in 1964

Dick Van Dyke and Julie Andrews in rehearsal for Mary Poppins This is so adorable!Great Dance Scenes In This Classic Film.

GO WEST YOUNG MAN, Mae West, 1936

GO WEST YOUNG MAN, Mae West, 1936

Young Actors, Woman Crush, Young Man, Hollywood Glamour, Vintage Hollywood, Hollywood Star, Classic Hollywood, Mae West Movies, Advertising History

Louis Jourdan, Leslie Caron, Maurice Chevalier & Hermione Gingold - Gigi (1958)

Louis Jourdan, Leslie Caron, Maurice Chevalier & Hermione Gingold - Gigi Still one of my all time favorite movies. Thank you, mom for exposing us to musicals and classics!

i need to take up sewing if only to make this dress!!!   "I want everybody who's been mean to me to be pea-green with envy!"

lovely Vivian Leigh as Scarlett O'Hara in the green sprigged barbeque dress - 'GWTW' Her father in the Movie called her Katie

"No One Has Ever Written A Romance Better Than We Lived It." Humphrey Bogart & Lauren Bacall )

Humphrey Bogart, Lauren Bacall celebrity famous couple movies hollywood star icon golden film legends, and in B & W!

A Cecil Beaton photograph of models in Charles James gowns for American Vogue, 1948

A Cecil Beaton photograph of models in Charles James gowns for American Vogue, 1948

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