Style Icon: Marlene Dietrich Style
German actress Marlene Dietrich is considered to be one of the greatest actress of all time. She had a deeply passionate relationship with her wardrobe, both on and off the screen. She once told a …
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100 Most Stylish dapperQs 2016 | dapperQ | Queer Style
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05 May 1933, Los Angeles, California, USA --- Los Angeles: Star In Court Trial. Wearing dark glasses and still affecting her mannish mode of clothing, Marlene Dietrich, famous film star, is seen here on the witness stand in Los Angeles court as she testified as a witness in the suit for $27,719 brought by Richard Rowley, her former guard; against O. W. Wilde, trucking operator, whose vehicle struck Rowley near the Dietrich home last Nov. 4th. --- Image by © Bettmann/CORBIS
gender-bending makeups | female to male disguises | before 1980 | Katharine Hepburn in 'Sylvia Scarlett'
Katharine Hepburn as Sylvester in Sylvia Scarlett, 1935. The film was a flop, but there is no denying the groundbreaking, androgynous presence of Katherine Hepburn in her first on-screen pairing with Cary Grant. Celebrated makeup artist Mel Berns transformed her into Sylvester, using all the contouring tricks in the book. While the gender performance was used for comic effect and less for subversive purposes, the film did slip in a same-sex kiss--pretty impressive for a Hays Code-era film.
Final Dimensions (width x height): 8" x 10" This photographic print is digitally printed on archival photographic paper resulting in vivid pure color and exceptional detail that is suitable for museum or gallery display Item #9793260