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    • Phyllis Morris

      Before Marilyn, there was Harlow. Famous for languid, satin evening gowns that she wore with a knowing wink and not much else, her nickname was the Laughing Vamp. She became a star in precode Hollywood, which lasted until 1934, when studios began enforcing the morally restrictive Motion Picture Code. #phyllismorrisinspiration #jeanharlow #glamour #luxury #oldhollywood #style #fashion #interiordesign

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