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Mila Kunis | 12 Female Celebrities Who Look Better With Cigarettes

Jacqueline Bisset -love this photo of her-probably because I don't smoke. :)

kate winslet...sensational

Jane Fonda. Simple beauty is often the best.

Lauren Bacall: coffee and cigarettes. Frame Print For Smoking Room

Actress Liv Tyler is beautifully captured by Willy Vanderperre in the new issue of Love magazine

there´s something always enigmatic about b/w photos of dressed people in the bathtub... (in the photo Eva Green)

One of the few women who master strong, feminine.

Hedy Lamarr, 1940s. Black and white photos of beautiful women, celebrities

30 millions d'amis magazine aime... Bette Davis and friend cat chat

Miradas que matan... Ferdinando Scianna, Monica Bellucci

Ukrainian Photographer Brings Fairytales To Life In Magical Portraits Of Women With Animals | Bored Panda

Lauren Bacall photographed by John Engstead circa 1945.

(♥) Anne Bancroft as Mrs. Robinson from the movie The Graduate (1967).

Bette Davis, 1971. Photograph by Victor Skrebneski.

penélope photographed by ellen von unwerth, 2003

I love this one...lost in her thoughts Jeanloup Sieff – romy schneider

mudwerks: (via Film Noir Photos: Rub-a-dub-dub: Joan Collins)

♡Dancing of the SMOKE!♡

"I think British men build up the idea of us French girls having some magic extra sex appeal so much, they lose their heads. I can't really understand the whole thing - but it makes me laugh." Eva Green

Monica Bellucci - one of the most beautiful women ever! I would marry her!

sexy art | ... -girl-portrait-woman-beauty-sexy-art-photo-smoking-people_large.jpg

Cate Blanchett for Vogue, December 2004 Photographed by Annie Leibovitz