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Marlene Dietrich photographed by Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1938.

Marlene Dietrich photographed by Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1938.

Two elderly women with glasses: the woman on the left wears large  sunglasses and a series of politically themed buttons on her blouse, some of which read “Vote” and “Strike” and “Peace.” Sunset Hall "They're old, they'e bold and they'll change the way you think about aging."

Two elderly women with glasses: the woman on the left wears large sunglasses and a series of politically themed buttons on her blouse, some of which read “Vote” and “Strike” and “Peace.” Sunset Hall "They're old, they'e bold and they'll change the way you think about aging."

Marlene Dietrich, 1937

Marlene Dietrich, 1937

Marlene Dietrich, c. 1933

Marlene Dietrich, c. 1933

farleysgranger: Marlene Dietrich, 1935

farleysgranger: Marlene Dietrich, 1935

Marlene Dietrich

Marlene Dietrich

Joan Crawford - 1930

Joan Crawford - 1930

fantomas-en-cavale: Marlène Dietrich, 1933

fantomas-en-cavale: Marlène Dietrich, 1933

Oliver Peoples is an eyewear manufacturer of glasses and sunglasses, established in 1986 by Ken Schwartz and Larry Leight. Description from imgarcade.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Oliver Peoples is an eyewear manufacturer of glasses and sunglasses, established in 1986 by Ken Schwartz and Larry Leight. Description from imgarcade.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Joan Crawford

Joan Crawford

Gloria Vanderbilt and Salvador Dali. Glam!

Gloria Vanderbilt and Salvador Dali. Glam!

Lee Miller, 1931 by Man Ray

Lee Miller, 1931 by Man Ray

Reading Glasses  Carrie Donovan - she was so chic with an exceleent sense of humor.   PattyOnSite

Reading Glasses Carrie Donovan - she was so chic with an exceleent sense of humor. PattyOnSite

Hitchcock quería una diva real para representar el papel de diva en la ficción en su película Pánico en la escena (1950) y quién mejor que Marlene Dietrich para llenar la escena con su glamour y sofisticación. En la imagen, con un trench y pendientes de perlas.

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Hitchcock quería una diva real para representar el papel de diva en la ficción en su película Pánico en la escena (1950) y quién mejor que Marlene Dietrich para llenar la escena con su glamour y sofisticación. En la imagen, con un trench y pendientes de perlas.

Her hair is Harlow gold | Her lips, sweet surprise | Her hands are never cold | She’s got Bette Davis eyes | She’ll turn her music on you | You won’t have to think twice | She’s pure as New York snow | She’s got Bette Davis eyes

Her hair is Harlow gold | Her lips, sweet surprise | Her hands are never cold | She’s got Bette Davis eyes | She’ll turn her music on you | You won’t have to think twice | She’s pure as New York snow | She’s got Bette Davis eyes

Classic Italian girl eating pasta -- molti baci!

Classic Italian girl eating pasta -- molti baci!