Anna Karina is a early 1960s version of Audrey Tatutou. There’s something captivating about the picture above. Karina is caught in a thoughtless trance that she can’t get out of. Also, Anna Karina’s is one of those special girls who could pull off the quintessential yet unconventional wardrobe and make it appealing. Just look at the what she wore on a day-to-day basis. She had a closet full of trench coats, wool sweaters, strapping belts, pleated skirts and lacey dresses with the […]
It’s a shame that this “candid” photo isn’t really a candid photo at all. Basically, production companies back in the day would release “candid” photos like this to the press. When reading more about Judy Garland, it seems that she never had one stable moment in her life. Also, if you were wondering why you can’t remember her skirt being that short, it’s because it’s not. It’s the end of her shirt and someone just stole her dress.
Ironic because Audrey Hepburn, who never had a mean thing to say about anybody or anything, disliked working with Peppard. Anyway, whoever did Hepburn’s hair gets 5 points to Gryffindor. A good, not great top bun, as the execution is definitely there (great flow, no bumps); however, the unique style makes Hepburn’s ears look like she’s an elf. If you’re going to achieve greatness, remember to eliminate making someone look like an elf when you do his or her hair.