Tuesday, 23 November 2010

Ingrid Pitt

Ingrid Pitt, queen of Hammer Films died today. Thank you for your work, Ingrid, sleep in peace, I will always be your fan.

Friday, 5 November 2010

Inspired by the 1920s

Here I show you some numbers of my current collection, I took inspiration from the the 1920s silhouette to create these outfits. Parks around the world in their autumnal colours translated into beautiful dresses and coat dresses...

Friday, 27 August 2010

Errol Flynn!

Oh gosh, you look damn sexy, Monsieur Flynn, I could easily forget all the gossips about you...

Thursday, 26 August 2010

Tuesday, 13 July 2010

Myrna Loy's a chameleon

There, just find this jewell on Youtube! Isn't she lovely? Thank you for that, PatricianBeauty

Monday, 12 July 2010

Let me be fair: I was talking about Myrna, Karloff and The Mask of Fu Manchu. How can I ignore the oh so delicious Charles Starrett? Charles, the man who knew how to look sexy in diapers. Have a look at the video and see what I mean...

Friday, 25 June 2010

Sonatta Morales LOVES Myrna Loy

Myrna Loy, one of the goddesses in my private pantheon.
I admit, in the beginning I was negatively influenced by my mom - she adores Myrna Loy so much that it kind of put me off for some time. I wasn't really sure who Myrna was in my childhood but whenever her name was dropped around my mom the reaction would be an over the top "OHMYRNAWHATALOVELYNOSEILOVEHERSOMUCH!" and that was enough to make me run. Well, how she became one my favorites is no mystery: she starred The Mask of Fu Manchu with Boris Karloff, one of my favorite films ever ever, bear with me, it has Karloff in it playing the evil Dr.Fu Manchu and Myrnawhatalovelynoseilovehersomuch Loy as his evil daughter Fah Lo See. And it was filmed in 1932. And Myrna smokes from a long cigarette holder and wants her father to give her the good boy played by the delicious Charles Starrett so she can take good care of him. Naughty girl.
The Mask of Fu Machu is part of my life, one of the films I watch when I'm in need of some brain comfort food...and Myrna Loy, I love you so much!