"Don’t make a fool of yourself, Maggie."

tagged → #Elizabeth Taylor
inlovewithaudreyhepburn:

SHE IS TOO BEAUTIFUL FOR ONE HUMAN BEING OMG 

inlovewithaudreyhepburn:

SHE IS TOO BEAUTIFUL FOR ONE HUMAN BEING OMG 

"I’m going to be with Gloria now."
— Jimmy Stewart’s final words (via melinaleigh03)

"Trousers are so comfortable. It takes too much time to be a well-dressed woman. I have watched others. Bags, shoes, hats. They must think of them all the time. I cannot waste that time." 
-Marlene Dietrich

"Trousers are so comfortable. It takes too much time to be a well-dressed woman. I have watched others. Bags, shoes, hats. They must think of them all the time. I cannot waste that time."

-Marlene Dietrich

albertstark:

get to know me meme [1/5 favorite movies]
→ Breakfast at Tiffany's (1961)
"You're afraid to stick out your chin and say, "Okay, life's a fact, people do fall in love, people do belong to each other, because that's the only chance anybody's got for real happiness."

"I slept in Frank’s pajamas, at least the top half of them, and the next day we walked along the empty beach, me in the bottom half of my travel suit and Frank’s jacket. Naturally a photographer was lying in wait and snapped a shot of us, barefoot, holding hands. I’ve always thought it was a sad little photograph, a sad little commentary on our lives then. We were simply two young people so much in love, and the world wouldn’t leave us alone for a second." – Ava Gardner
"I slept in Frank’s pajamas, at least the top half of them, and the next day we walked along the empty beach, me in the bottom half of my travel suit and Frank’s jacket. Naturally a photographer was lying in wait and snapped a shot of us, barefoot, holding hands. I’ve always thought it was a sad little photograph, a sad little commentary on our lives then. We were simply two young people so much in love, and the world wouldn’t leave us alone for a second." – Ava Gardner
bridiequilty:

Marlene Dietrich and husband Rudolf Sieber on the dance floor of a New York night club - November, 1941

bridiequilty:

Marlene Dietrich and husband Rudolf Sieber on the dance floor of a New York night club - November, 1941

inlovewithaudreyhepburn:

Audrey Hepburn’s lovely outfits in How to Steal a Million (1966) Dir. William Wyler

willherandales:

Rebecca (1940)
dir. Alfred Hitchcock

thefashionofaudrey:

Signora Audrey Hepburn Dotti photographed with her son Luca Dotti and her husband Dr. Dotti in the villa of her mother in law (Signora Paola Bandini) in Altipiani di Arcinazzo (a comune in the Province of Rome), in April 1972.

thefashionofaudrey:

Signora Audrey Hepburn Dotti photographed with her son Luca Dotti and her husband Dr. Dotti in the villa of her mother in law (Signora Paola Bandini) in Altipiani di Arcinazzo (a comune in the Province of Rome), in April 1972.

"I’m homesick for arms that have never once held me."
— Ten Word Story (via. periodically-aura)
tagged → #quote