Raymond templier’s earrings and metallic structure representing the Empire State Building in New York. The actress Brigitte Helm wearing Raymond Templier jewels in the movie « money » directed by Marcel L’Herbier in 1928.
Photo of Carole Lombard by George Hurrell, photo of the Galeries Lafayette in Berlin and Ilgiz Fazulzyanov earrings (art deco inspired). Carole Lombard was a famous actress who often played in screwball comedy movies (Launched in the mid-1930s, screwball comedies … Continue reading →
Photo of Norma Shearer (George Hurrell?), Ilgiz Fazulzyanov earrings and photo made with photoshop based on my photo of the Galeries Lafayette in Berlin. George Hurrell was the most famous Old Hollywood photographer. His photos of the most popular movie … Continue reading →
Portrait of Jean Arthur in the 1920s, Iljiz Fazulzyanov’s earrings and photo made with photoshop based on my photo of the Galeries Lafayette in Berlin. Jean Arthur is among of my favourite actresses. I love screwball comedy movies and Jean … Continue reading →
Hugh Thomson cover of the Jane Austen’s novel Emma and photo of the movie “Emma” starring Gwyneth Paltrow as Emma Woodhouse in the movie “Emma” directed by Douglas McGrath in 1996. Emma Woodhouse is a character of the Jane Austen’s … Continue reading →
Photo of the “Northanger Abbey” movie, Regency frame, Jane Austen illustrations and Jane Austen books. Catherine Morland and Henry Tilney are Jane Austen’s characters in the novel Northanger Abbey (written between 1798 and 1803 but published after the Jane Austen’s … Continue reading →
“Vanity and pride are different things, though the words are often used synonymously. A person may be proud without being vain. Pride relates more to our opinion of ourselves, vanity to what we would have others think of us.” Pride … Continue reading →
George Hurrel’s photo of the actress Rita Hayworth, William Morris’ pattern and pomegranate’s earrings. Rita Hayworth was one of the most famous red hair actress in Hollywood. Dante Gabriel Rossetti like most of the Pre Raphaelite painters was fascinated by … Continue reading →