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June Palmer - The Icon of 1960s British Glamour Photography

June 30, 2023 in Models & Actresses Photos by Julian Everett

June Palmer was an iconic English model and actress during the 1960s. She was one of the most photographed British models of the 1960s and had a prolific career, appearing in numerous magazines and films. Known for her voluptuous figure and brunette hair, she became a favorite among "glamour photography" fans and was often photographed by prominent photographers like Harrison Marks.

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Sheryl Kelley: Blending Masculine Power and Feminine Grace in Vintage Car Art

July 1, 2023 in Arts & Culture by Charlotte Sinclair

American artist Sheryl Kelley exclusively paints vintage cars. For Kelley, her love for automobiles is primarily a deep instinctive attraction to their form, rather than a fondness for the roar of engines.

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The Timeless Duffle Coat: From Naval Uniform to Fashion Mainstay

July 13, 2023 in Fashion & Style by Charlotte Sinclair

The duffle coat, originally part of the uniform for British seamen, has now become a fashion staple worldwide, transcending time and crossing borders.

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Summer Story in the spirit of "Brigitte Bardot in Saint-Tropez" in July's Vogue Italia.

July 14, 2023 in Models & Actresses Photos by Charlotte Sinclair

The July issue of Vogue Italia brings us a sultry summer story that borrows its spirit from none other than the iconic Brigitte Bardot in her Saint-Tropez days. Renowned fashion photographer Luca Campri captures this nostalgic vision with a fresh, modern twist.

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"The Bikini Revolution in 1962: A Symbol of Emancipation and Feminine Allure in America"

Aug. 1, 2023 in Photography & Visuals by Julian Everett

The bikini has always been more than just a piece of swimwear. When it made its way to the United States in the 1960s, it turned into a cultural phenomenon, symbolizing a new era of freedom, independence, and sexuality for women.

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Farralone House: The Iconic Bauhaus Gem with a Star-Studded Past Hits the Market for $16.5 Million

Aug. 27, 2023 in Travel & Destinations by Charlotte Sinclair

If walls could talk, the ones at the iconic Farralone House would have stories to tell of Hollywood legends and on-screen performances. Built in 1951 by architect William Pereira for banking heiress Dora Hutchinson, the house is a Bauhaus marvel boasting 6 bedrooms and 7 bathrooms. Over the years, it has served as home to Frank Sinatra from the mid-1950s to the mid-1960s, Judy Garland, and Lucille Ball.

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The Timeless Style of Françoise Hardy: A Fashion and Music Icon of the 60s-80s

Aug. 31, 2023 in Models & Actresses Photos by Julian Everett

Françoise Hardy is more than just a singer; she's an embodiment of an era. From her debut in the early 60s, she not only captured audiences with her melodic tunes but also with her impeccable fashion sense. She became a style icon who could effortlessly blend sophistication with a touch of rebellious flair.

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The Trend of Diets: From Historical Practices to Modern Obsessions

Oct. 29, 2023 in Arts & Culture by Julian Everett

The world of nutrition and weight management has always been dynamic, characterized by evolving trends, new discoveries, and, inevitably, fads. Dieting, as a concept, has transcended mere health necessity to become a cultural and social phenomenon.

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🌟 Marisa Allasio: The Glamorous Italian Siren of the 50s and 60s

Nov. 11, 2023 in Models & Actresses Photos by Julian Everett

Born Maria Luisa Lucia Allasio on July 14, 1936, in Turin, Italy, Marisa Allasio was the epitome of Italian glamour. Picture this: a brunette bombshell, stepping onto the cinematic scene with her radiant smile and enchanting presence - that's Marisa for you!

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Gene Tierney: Hollywood Starlet, Style Icon, and Survivor

March 30, 2024 in Models & Actresses Photos by Julian Everett

Gene Tierney was an American actress who graced the silver screen during Hollywood's Golden Age. Renowned for her striking beauty and captivating performances, she earned critical acclaim and legions of fans. However, her life was marked by both triumph and tragedy, making her story a fascinating and complex one.

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"Ripley" Series Captivates with Stunning Italian Locales and Cinematographic Mastery

April 11, 2024 in Arts & Culture by Julian Everett

The "Ripley" television series may not have won over every viewer, but its impeccable selection of Italian filming locations and the cinematographic artistry of Robert Elswit, who created a mesmerizing black-and-white visual style, are undeniably noteworthy. For those familiar with Italy, the series offers a delightful sense of recognition with its use of iconic sites like the Pio Monte della Misericordia church in Naples, the Gritti Palace hotel in Venice, and the arch on Via Giulia in Rome. However, the series does not strive for authenticity in every aspect. For instance, Rome's train station is ingeniously represented by the EUR's Palace of Congresses.

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Donna Michelle: A Life in the Spotlight

May 14, 2024 in Models & Actresses Photos by Julian Everett

Donna Michelle: A Journey Through Fame and Beyond

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