Monday, August 20, 2007

Fashion Inspiration: Anita Loos

Well, it's my third post today! I'm on a roll!

This post was originally supposed to be a short blurb about how Gentlemen Prefer Blondes is fashion eye candy (The reason for all the tv-related posts is that I've been exhausted and decided to spend a few days vegging out...I'm currently enjoying a Marilyn Monroe marathon), but when I went to look for screenshots on Google, I found a photo of Anita Loos. I was intrigued by her style, so I looked her up. It turns out she was a novelist and screenwriter, most noteworthy for writing Gentlemen Prefer Blondes. I find her style to be fabulous and inspirational, so I put together a lot of photos to show you. Prepare to be amazed.









See? Gorgeous. I love her hair, and I admire her ability to wear both super-feminine and masculine outfits. A true fashion inspiration.

13 comments:

In Yr Fshn said...

Ah! Those lips and that hair! I would pay somebody a lot of money to look like that...

ambika said...

The book is a very different thing from the book--just as charming but in a very different way. I've always loved her and she moved in some very rarefied circles. These pics are great--thanks for posting them.

Kori said...

in yr fshn - me too, me too...

ambika - you mean the book is very different from the movie? You're welcome.

WendyB said...

GREAT pix.

Bergdorf Girl said...

oh very cool. great post!
xo,
BG

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Anonymous said...

Hi,
I am writing about Anita Loos and I found the picture with the fashion drawings very interesting. Where do I get the picture to look at it in detail?

Thanks, Maggie

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Totally agreed In Yr Fshn! With this fashion its somehow very expensive. you can't do this fashion everyday.

VanityofVanities said...

I think her eyes look too strong that completely compliments her style. Love her hair. :)

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