I am so delighted to be back blogging after this long hiatus. This initial post will remain short and sweet. One of the biggest changes over the past few years has been the interest I have developed in vintage costume jewelry. Practically every leading lady in the Golden Era wore costume pieces designed by iconic names such as Hattie Carnegie, Joseff and Miriam Haskell. However, I realized that this will be a good post for a later time. With Thanksgiving only two days away, I decided it would be appropriate to share some festive images of film icons related to this holiday. I have a great deal to be thankful for this year and my return to the blogging community is just one of many.
“Sensitive, shy–of course I was. The fun of acting is to become someone else.” This quote was spoken by Rita Hayworth, the ‘Love Godess,’ of the 1940s. After some searching into some poetry, I came across this intriguing piece of literary work. Not only does Rita appear as a contextual character within this piece, but so does Lauren Bacall, Katharine Hepburn and of course, the iconic Humphrey Bogart. According to the site where I found this, it was written for an experimental poetry site, so unfortunately I cannot give the author their credit. Despite that, enjoy this unique poem highlighting iconic classic cinema stars.