People I Admire
Born a brunette, Lucille Ball was turned into a platinum blonde by Hattie Carnegie, the New York designer for whom Lucille Ball modeled in the late 1920s and early 1930s. She arrived at MGM in the 1940s. It was there that famous hair designer Sydney Guilaroff created the flaming red-orange shade with which Lucy became forever identified. Lucy herself said her career was basically blah until she became a redhead, and then things took off.
GWEN STEFANI Going literal with the menswear trend – and looking surprisingly sexy while doing so – Gwen adds a striped tie to her button-up, then completes the look with tough cuffs, zippered leather Rag & Bone exclusive for Intermix pants and pointed heels at the Exposure 2 Photo Exhibit in L.A.
GWEN STEFANI photo | Gwen Stefani