Monday, February 8, 2016

Raquel Welch, 73, outshines starlets half her age in leopard-print dress at Variety's pre-Emmys bash

She's one of America's most iconic sex symbols.

And Raquel Welch, 73, outshined starlets half her age in a leopard-print frock at Variety & Women In Film Pre-Emmy bash in Beverly Hills Friday.

The Golden Globe winner flaunted her famous hour-glass figure in a spotted pencil dress, which she accessorised with gladiator heels.


The former Playboy cover girl - born Jo Raquel Tejada - looked as though she hadn't aged at all since her 1960's hey-day.

It's no wonder the real-life pin-up rocked a lace-front bouncy bob since she's the proprietor of HairU Wear's Raquel Welch wig collection.

The evergreen mother-of-two's bikini body made her a household name in films like One Million Years B.C., Myra Breckinridge, and Bedazzled.




The Private Lives of Adam and Eve 1960 Starring Mamie Van Doren Full Film

The Private Lives of Adam and Eve is a 1960 comedy film starring Mickey Rooney (who also co-directed), and
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Plot

A bus heading toward Reno, Nevada is being driven by Doc Bayles, whose passengers include a traveling salesman, Hal Sanders, and a runaway teen, Vangie Harper.
Feuding couples begin boarding. A waitress, Evie Simms, wants to go to Reno to divorce her husband Ad, having caught him kissing Lil Lewis, a neighbor. Lil wants a divorce from her own husband, casino boss Nick Lewis, who tries to catch up to the bus in a broken-down car belonging to Pinkie Parker, a beatnik.
A jealous Nick commandeers the bus when Doc briefly gets off and then inadvertently drives Ad off a cliff, nearly killing him. When a raging storm heads everyone's way, they take shelter in a church. Ad and Evie fall asleep and seem to have the same dream, that they are in the original Garden of Eden, facing temptations from the Devil that could affect the future of all mankind.
When they wake up, the storm has passed. The travelers pair off, Ad with Evie, and Lil with Nick, and Vangie with Pinkie, to see where the road takes them next.

Dolce&Gabbana – Dolce Rosa Excelsa, The Film

Timeless beauty! Sophia Loren, 81, stars in new Dolce & Gabbana lipstick campaign modeling a shade that the designers made in her honor

Iconic beauty Sophia Loren has received a very gorgeous gift for her 81st birthday: Dolce & Gabbana has given the Italian actress her very own lipstick shade.
The 'bright cherry red' hue, simply named Sophia Loren N°1, was released today, just one day after Sofia turned 81. Touted as Sofia's 'signature', the bold color comes in a gold tube stamped with her actual signature and retails for $37.
'Sophia Loren N°1 is our way of saying, "Thank you, Sophia!"' the designers, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, said. '"Thank you for [your] beauty, thank you for being a world favorite, thank you for being an icon of the big screen and of Italian beauty." She has been a constant source of inspiration for us and today we celebrate her with the gift of her very own lipstick.'

In the new campaign images, Sophia wears a romantic black lace dress and multicolor collar necklace as she poses with her personalized lipstick and a matching gold Dolce & Gabbana compact.
A 40-second behind-the-scenes video also released by the brand show quite clearly that, with an impressive 64-year-long career under her belt, the Academy Award winner still has no trouble being completely captivating on camera.
The newly-released lipstick is available to purchase in-store at high-end retail locations like Saks Fifth Avenue.



Living la dolce vita: Sophia Loren

Living la dolce vita: The glamour of a Roman retreat revealed in candid photographs of movie legend Sophia Loren's 16th-century palazzo and sprawling grounds from 1964















When Sophia Loren's husband promised her the 'most beautiful house in the world,' after they married, he certainly delivered. 
Intimate pictures taken in 1964 go behind the scenes at a summer in their breathtaking 50-room villa outside of Rome. 
Boasting extensive grounds and a large 135-foot sweeping pool, the 16th century palazzo is enough to make you crave an Italian retreat. 

Photo Portret Zsa Zsa Gabor



























Zsa Zsa Gabor Celebrates 99th Birthday. Here are 5 of Her Most Memorable Quips Through the Years.

Despite multiple health issues that have left her bedridden in recent years, Hungarian actress Zsa Zsa (Sari) Gabor celebrated her 99th birthday on February 6th. Known for her quick wit and taste for wealthy men, Gabor certainly has left a lasting impact on American culture.


On her habit of calling everyone “Dahling”:

“I don’t remember anyone’s name. How do you think the ‘dahling’ thing got started?”


On marriage:

“A man in love is incomplete until he has married. Then he’s finished.”


On practicality:

“I never hated a man enough to give him diamonds back.”

On the differences between men and women:

“One of my theories is that men love with their eyes; women love with their ears.”



On the haters:

“Being jealous of a beautiful woman is not going to make you more beautiful.”