Charlize air kisses Grace Kelly, glances over at Marlene Dietrich wearing a top hat, suit jacket and stockings and hears Marilyn Monroe whisper, "Dior". "It was incredibly glamorous and fantastic. I don't think I'll experience something like that again in my lifetime." - Charlize...

All here? Now tell me, how often do you drop calls because your fat cheeks (ok so they're my fat cheeks) touched "End Call"? Or how dirty does your screen get each day from the foundation on your face? That said, I don't like ear phones, either-- I like a good old fashioned hand set when I...

In "Morocco" (1930), Dietrich plays an "exotic, jaded, daringly androgynous" nightclub singer in a racy love triangle involving her wealthy patron and a handsome Foreign Legion soldier. How fabulous is this clip (below) where, clad in a men's tux, she cheekily flouts convention: charming a...

Channeling the late great screen icon, Marlene Dietrich, the singing superstar oozes with old Hollywood glamour as she takes on the character of Dietrich. Styled by Rushka Bergman, Beyonce appears in menswear looks from Dior Homme, and a lace gown by Tom Ford among others. This shoot for...

issue of US Glamour. For the 'Hollywood Issue' the magazine went for Jennifer Aniston, yes I know she still sells covers, yes she does have a film out, but it just didn't blow me away, on the other hand this editorial featuring young starlet Chloe Moretzchannelling Old Hollywood glamour is...

" The Queen of Pop finally showed up an hour late—but who's counting; it's Madonna!—in a Tom Ford tuxedo, complete with top hat, a look she explained was inspired by the outfit Marlene Dietrich wore to the 1948 Paris Theatre ribbon-cutting ceremony. The film began to roll, and everyone was...

Acrylic and permanent marker on canvas My recent visit to the National Portrait Gallery was expressly to view and review the current photography exhibition Glamour of the Gods: Hollywood Portraits. After an intoxicating and nostalgic look at all the glitz and romance of cinema stills, I...

Not for myself, not for the public, not for fashion, not for men" Marlene Dietrich (1901-1992) Hollywood legend Marlene Dietrich was born in Germany in 1901. During the 1920's she acted in silent films in Berlin before her role in The Blue Angel brought her international fame and a...

Her latest cover story is for the July/August issue of L'Uomo Vogue, and she channels the late Marlene Dietrich in a shoot styled by Rushka Bergman. The pop singer gives us her best Old Hollywood screen siren in menswear looks by Dior Homme, a lace gown by Tom Ford and one of the most...

German-born actress Marlene Dietrich is one whose unique style and ability to blur gender lines through clothing has endured for decades, influencing the creation of Yves Saint Laurent's le smoking tuxedo suit in 1966 as well as countless other designers, photographers, and editors. Here we...

 

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