“Is it not cruel to let our city die by degree, stripped of all her proud monuments, until there will be nothing left of all her history and beauty to inspire our children? If they are not inspired by the past of our city, where will they find the strength to fight for her future?”
— Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis
She sounds a lot like Jack here.
Thank you, Karina! You’re very sweet. Have a nice day!
Exactly two years ago, I started this blog. I’m very sorry for the lack of updates lately, but I’ve been very busy the past few months. Still, I would like to thank all my lovely followers. Hopefully, my blog will exist for many years more. X
The actress Audrey Hepburn photographed during a fashion show held at Gerzon (a female department store in the famous Kalverstraat street), in Amsterdam (Netherlands), on November 02, 1954.
Audrey was wearing:
- Evening gown: Givenchy (all white, of French lace with a liner of silk, of his haute couture collection for the Autumn/Winter 1954/55).
The same model of Audrey’s evening gown: http://www.flickr.com/photos/52899036@N05/8699776230/in/set-72157624645387069
Note: Images of my dear friend Elizaveta from http://timelessaudrey.tumblr.com/
A radiant First Lady and a worse-for-wear President ~ March 1961
Audrey Hepburn and husband Mel make a stop on the set of The Big Country. Also pictured is actress Jean Simmons.
YES AUDREY AND JEAN MET! YESTEEYBSIHFIDFFKNEG
Audrey Hepburn with Milton Greene, circa 1956
Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis leaving a New York City cinema on October 5, 1969 in the middle of watching the X-rated film, I Am Curious (Yellow), with her husband Aristotle Onassis. After they arrived, the manager of the cinema, (who didn’t want to reveal his name), called the news media. She went to the lounge in the middle of the film and then saw photographers. She followed the one in the third picture, Mel Finkelstein, outside and flipped him over in anger.
"She grabbed my right wrist, put her other hand on my left elbow, put out her left leg, and flipped me over with her thigh." he said. "The girl can handle herself."
She ditched Onasty afterwards and never went back into the cinema.
Long story short, don’t piss Jackie off. [xx]