Some of my styling. Photoshooting in Berlin.

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Some of the styling I created for a photoshooting in Berlin. Vintage clothes and accessories all from my archive.

Alcuni degli styling che ho creato per lo shooting fotografico realizzato a Berlino. Abiti e accessori d’epoca, dal mio archivio.

Photography Suzana Holtgrave

Mua – Hair Noriko Takayama

Models: Iconic Management – Berlin

in collaboration with Amanda Kastrati and Andreas Weigelt (location)

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Divas Beyond a Veil.

Mistero, ambiguità e seduzione sono peculiarità che appartengono a molte tra le star del cinema. Da sempre, e con molta frequenza, la loro immagine conturbante è amplificata grazie all’utilizzo di veli che ricoprono il volto, conferendo carisma e magnetismo.

Il drappo di una veste, per merito del cinema e della fotografia, ha perso la funzione di mero rivestimento del corpo per esibire lo stesso con sensualità, svelandolo in segreto. Non più tessuto utile a coprire, bensì pizzo, rete, seta adoperati per svestire i soggetti fotografati, lasciando immaginare allo spettatore fattezze, carattere, atmosfere inattese e maliziose.

Lo sguardo dell’icona giunge a noi filtrato dal lembo di un tessuto prezioso, la cui grana seduce e mantiene le distanze dal piacere accennato, che resta in ombra.

Ecco alcune immagini che ho raccolto.

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Often the provocative image of Diva is amplified by the use of veils that cover her face, conferring charme and mistery. Thanks to the cinema and photography, this garment lost its only function of dress to exhibit the body with sensuality, unveiling a secret. No more useful fabrics to cover, but lace, net, silk used to undress the actress in movies and pictures, leaving viewers to imagine the features, character, atmospheres.

Gloria Swanson photographed by Edward Steichen for a 1924 Vanity Fair.:

Gloria Swanson by Edward Steichen, 1924

Gloria Swanson by Ellen Graham:

Gloria Swanson by Ellen Graham

Lili Damita @@@@@......http://www.pinterest.com/pocketmuseum/1920s-fashion-in-photographs/  ......€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€€:

Lili Damita, 20s

Joan Crawford in the 1920s, Photo by Ruth Harriet Louise #1920s #lace #hat:

Joan Crawford by Ruth Harriet Louise, late 20s

Brigitte Helm| 1906-1966 | a German actress, best remembered for her dual role as Maria and her double, the Maschinenmensch, in Fritz Lang's 1927 silent film Metropolis:

Brigitte Helm, 1927

anna mae wong:

Anna May Wong, Limehouse Blues, Travis Banton, 1934

Anna May Wong -

Anna May Wong, 1934

Jean Harlow:

Jean Harlow, 30s

PETRICHOR:

Bette Davis, 30s

Classic Beauties : Marlene Dietrich:

Marlene Dietrich, 1940, John Engstead

Marlene Dietrich in

Marlene Dietrich, “Just a Gigolo” 1978

Frances Farmer, 1930s - They made a bio-film about her life (very tragic) Jessica Lang played Frasncis:

Frances Farmer early 40s

Ava Gardner:

Ava Gardner, 40s

Actress Lana Turner in a wonderful polka dot veil adorned hat, 1940s. #vintage #hats #1940s:

Lana Turner, 40s

Detail of a photo of Vivien Leigh by Cecil Beaton for Vogue, Paris, November 1944:

Vivien Leigh by Ceceil Beaton, Vogue, 1944

Gina Lollobrigida:

Gina Lollobrigida, 50s

Audrey Hepburn photographed at Ealing Studios, London, 1951 Classic Hollywood Stars:

Audrey Hepburn, Ealing Studios, London, 1951

Audrey, with the infamous Givenchy mask in How To Steal a Million. This movie is wonderful.:

Audry – Givenchy, “How to steal a Million”, 1966

Capucine in Marie-Christiane, 1953. Photo Guy Arsac:

Capucine, Guy Arsac, 1953

Marilyn Monroe photographed by Bert Stern, 1962:

Marilyn Monroe by Bert Stern, 1962

Marilyn Monroe was looked at as a fashion icon and she has also had a great impact on what we wear today.- Caroline m:

Marilyn as a Virgin?

Sophia Loren, 1960s.:

Sophia Loren, early 60s

Sophia Loren:

Sophia Loren with veil turban

Virna Lisi, reportage sul set di “Oggi, domani, dopodomani” (Eduardo De Filippo, 1965)  Photo Angelo Frontoni:

Virna Lisi, “Oggi, domani e dopodomani”, 1965

Brigitte Bardot - 1960's:

Brigitte Bardot, early 70s

Romy Schneider on the set of Le trio infernal, 1974. Photo by George Pierre. via http://hollywoodlady.tumblr.com/:

Romy Schneider, 1974, Le Trio Infernal

Silvana Mangano in Gruppo di Famiglia in un Interno (Conversation Piece):

Silvana Mangano, “Gruppo di famiglia in un interno”, 1974

I always thought that Elizabeth Taylor was so sensuous. Here she poses nude behind a sheer veil.:

Elizabeth Taylor, 70s

Catherine Deneuve on the set of The Hunger.:

Catherine Deneuve, The Hunger, 1983

Joan Collins...played a great bitch in dynasty:

Joan Collins, 80s

Charlize Theron:

Charlize Theron

Julianne Moore, “The end of the affair”, 1999

Marion Cotillard by Ellen von Unwerth:

Marion Cotillard by Ellen von Hunwerth

angelina jolie:

Angelina Jolie

suicideblonde:“ Cate Blanchett photographed by Patrick Demarchelier ”

Cate Blanchett by Patrick Demarchelier

Cate Blanchett.:

Cate Blanchett

Kirsten Dunst:

Kirsten Dunst

Keira Knightley. In my opinion, she is by far one of the most beautiful women I've ever seen! She's so classically stunning!:

Keira Knighltly, “The edge of love”, 2008

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“L’Interdit” by Givenchy & Audrey Hepburn

Spesso tra uno stilista e una diva del mondo del cinema nasce un sodalizio che lega entrambi in modo indissolubile, e questo tipo di rapporto alimenta vicendevolmente i due in fatto di marketing dell’immagine.

Nel lontano 1953 il giovane e straordinario creatore di moda Hubert de Givenchy attendeva con ansia la famosa star Katherine Hepburn all’interno del proprio atelier aperto solo due anni prima, ma si rese conto di aver frainteso quando al proprio cospetto si presentò la meno nota Audrey, dall’omonimo cognome.

with hubert de givenchy .. founder of the givenchy fashion house, this designer was well known for dressing audrey hepburn ...:

La magia tra i due tuttavia fu immediata, la bellissima diva l’anno seguente scelse i costumi creati dallo stilista per indossarli durante le riprese del film “Sabrina”, e nel 1957 Hubert creò il celebre profumo “L’Interdit” dedicandolo alla giovane belga, che scherzosamente gli rispose:  «mais, je vous l’interdis»!

L’attrice lavorò come testimonial per il profumo e “L’Interdit” divenne un successo in tutto il mondo.

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Inizialmente venduto nella sola Maison Givenchy il profumo divenne un successo e fu distribuito in tutto il mondo

La storica e vendutissima essenza appartiene al mondo dei grandi fioriti – aldeidati, e ben si sposa con il concetto di glamour e raffinatezza proprio della casa di moda Givenchy. Lo stilista a proposito del ruolo delle fragranze come accessorio per chi le indossa affermò: «Il profumo è il tocco finale dell’eleganza, la sua carta di identità».

E mi pare che questa riflessione sia stata convalidata dai costumi realizzati da Hubert per la grande diva nel corso degli anni a venire, i quali hanno contribuito a rendere Audrè – così come lui la chiamava –  un’icona nella storia del cinema e della moda.

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Audrey Hepburn publicity still for 'Sabrina', 1954.  Decked out in her favorite designer Hubert de Givenchy. One of her unforgettable looks. So classic:

Sabrina, 1954. Edith Head – Hubert de Givenchy

Audrey Hepburn as Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961), costume by Hubert De Givenchy:

Iconic Black Dress: Breakfast at Tiffany’s – 1961

Hubert de Givenchy and Audrey Hepburn, 1960:

Audrety Hepburn and Hubert de Givenchy walking in front of the Eiffel Tower.:

The French fashion designer Hubert de Givenchy photographed with his muse Audrey Hepburn by Joe Gaffney at the Maison Givenchy, on Avenue George V, in Paris (France), specially for a catalog celebrating the 30 years of Maison Givenchy, in February 1983.:

 

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Often between a stylist and a movie star borns a partnership that binds them both so indissoluble, and this kind of relationship helps each other in terms of image marketing. In 1953 the young and extraordinary fashion designer Hubert de Givenchy was waiting anxiously for the famous Katherine Hepburn star in its own atelier opened just two years before, but he realized that he had misunderstood when arrives the least known Audrey, with the homonymous name.

The magic of that meeting however was immediate, the beautiful diva the following year chose the costumes created by the fashion designer to wear them during the filming of the movie “Sabrina”, and in 1957 Hubert created the famous perfume “L’Interdit” dedicating it to the young Belgian who jokingly replied, “oh…je vous the Interdis’!

The actress worked as a testimonial for the perfume and “L’Interdit” became a hit all over the world.

The historic and best-selling essence belongs to the world of the great flowering – aldehyde, and goes well with the concept of glamour and sophistication own fashion house Givenchy. The designer, about the role of fragrance as an accessory to the wearer said, “The smell is the final touch of elegance, his identity card.”

It seems to me that this reflection has been validated by the costumes created by Hubert for the great diva over the years to come, which helped make Audrè – as he called her – an icon in the history of movies and fashion.

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