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

Kate Winslet photographed by Alexi Lubomirski for Harper's Bazaar UK, April 2013. ☚

Colette, French novelist who was as famous for her free (and therefore scandalous) life style as for her writing, 1925

penélope cruz photographed by ellen von unwerth, 2003

Nina Simone - Her musical style arose from a fusion of gospel and pop songs with classical music, in particular with influences from her first inspiration, Johann Sebastian Bach,and accompanied with her expressive jazz-like singing in her characteristic low tenor. She injected as much of her classical background into her music as possible to give it more depth and quality, as she felt that pop music was inferior to classical. / My Dad adored her voice and singing style. FOR A SONG, CLICK ON PIC

Brigitte Bardot, 1967 — Douglas Kirkland 1965, on the set of “Viva Maria”

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

It's Nice That : Photography: Lucile Godin's portraits capture a quiet kind of beauty

♡Dancing of the SMOKE!♡

India. (My grandmother finally quit smoking at 94, but she was a crazily tough old bird. I wouldn't recommend following her example!)

Milla Jovovich by Peter Lindbergh. One of the few women who master strong, feminine.

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Frances Bean Cobain, Portraits. Thank god she got her father's good looks!

Women of Helmut Newton Catherine Deneuve, Esquire, Paris, 1976

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“Beauty lies in the eyes of the camera-holder”. This post gives you 50 inspirational examples of emotional portrait photography. Enjoy!

"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

Billie Holiday in Paris, photographed by Jean-Pierre Leloir, 1958