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UrbanBohemian UrbanBohemian 8 years
Fifaxita, I listed Marie Antoinette down as a historical figure. She may not be someone you find beautiful, but I think that profiling a woman from a distant period would be interesting as well a departure from typical blogs about celebrities like Angelina Jolie and Jessica Alba. That is your opinion and you can stick to it. I knew that other people would select the usual suspects, like Audrey Hepburn and Marilyn Monroe (as I see you have), but I thought it would be a worty recommendation to add historical figures who are not from Hollywood as Bella suggested. And by the way, I think Kirsten Dunst is quite unattractive. As you can see, beauty is clearly in the eye of the beholder.
UrbanBohemian UrbanBohemian 8 years
Fifaxita, I listed Marie Antoinette down as a historical figure. She may not be someone you find beautiful, but I think that profiling a woman from a distant period would be interesting as well a departure from typical blogs about celebrities like Angelina Jolie and Jessica Alba. That is your opinion and you can stick to it. I knew that other people would select the usual suspects, like Audrey Hepburn and Marilyn Monroe (as I see you have), but I thought it would be a worty recommendation to add historical figures who are not from Hollywood as Bella suggested.And by the way, I think Kirsten Dunst is quite unattractive. As you can see, beauty is clearly in the eye of the beholder.
SFKitkat SFKitkat 8 years
How about Nefertiti? She was absolutely stunning!b
Fifaxita Fifaxita 8 years
what about marilyn monroe?i know its quite obvious but she was gorgeous..
Fifaxita Fifaxita 8 years
im sorry urbanbohemia, but you are aware that marie antoinette didnt look like kirsten dunst at all,arent you?in fact she was quite ugly. google it and you´ll see it. or maybe is just your opinion, and in that case ,i respect it..
Maggie-Mae Maggie-Mae 8 years
I lurv me this idea! I 2nd/3rd/4th the Audrey Hepburn suggestion, also Bette Davis, Katherine Hepburn and i like UrbanBohemian's suggestion of Jackie O. :)
UrbanBohemian UrbanBohemian 8 years
Oh yeah, for historical figures, why not someone like Cleopatra or Marie Antoinette, or Jackie Onassis?
UrbanBohemian UrbanBohemian 8 years
This is a wonderful idea for a feature Bella! My ideas are Jean Harlow, Clara Bow, Rita Hayworth, Ginger Rogers, Betty Grable, and my personal favorite, Hedy Lamarr. But I love everyone else's! I'm so excited to read more on this feature!
UrbanBohemian UrbanBohemian 8 years
This is a wonderful idea for a feature Bella!My ideas are Jean Harlow, Clara Bow, Rita Hayworth, Ginger Rogers, Betty Grable, and my personal favorite, Hedy Lamarr. But I love everyone else's! I'm so excited to read more on this feature!
bookgirl bookgirl 8 years
Katharine Hepburn, Audrey Hepburn, and Hedy Lamarr! Oh, and great choice of Louise Brooks.
AucuneRancune AucuneRancune 8 years
This new Bella Donna feature is fantastic! I can't wait for more to come. Louise Brooks' look was so unique; who else could pull off that bob? Very few I think. My favorite picture from above is the fourth one in, on the top row, where she's pressed up against the wall in that quasi-African print dress. STunning!! Liza and Kramp, I love your suggestions.
AucuneRancune AucuneRancune 8 years
This new Bella Donna feature is fantastic! I can't wait for more to come. Louise Brooks' look was so unique; who else could pull off that bob? Very few I think. My favorite picture from above is the fourth one in, on the top row, where she's pressed up against the wall in that quasi-African print dress. STunning!!Liza and Kramp, I love your suggestions.
liza0183 liza0183 8 years
Greta Garbo pls!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Freaking awesome!!! I concur with krampalicious this is better then model of the week ;) Katherine Hepburn was the ultimate cool, she made pants the thing for women to wear in those days.
liza0183 liza0183 8 years
Greta Garbo pls!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Freaking awesome!!! I concur with krampalicious this is better then model of the week ;) Katherine Hepburn was the ultimate cool, she made pants the thing for women to wear in those days.
cageyme cageyme 8 years
How about Hedy Lamarr? Besides being gorgeous and full of style, she was also a smarty-pants who invented and patented technology that is now indispensable for wireless communication. Brains can be beautiful, too.
trudy003 trudy003 8 years
OOOOOOOOOOOOO Can we please do Grace Kelly... The American Princess, well she actually was the Princess of Monaco but anywho. I love her!
stormynite03 stormynite03 8 years
love it! since summer is in full force, how about bo derek? iconic beach beauty
krampalicious krampalicious 8 years
yesssssssssss... i love her! this is so much better than the dumb model of the week. some other suggestions: rita hayworth, lauren bacall, audrey hepburn (duh), iman, penelope tree, liza minelli, dolly parton, stevie nicks, debbie harry...
jmmst49 jmmst49 8 years
Audrey Hepburn is the ultimate Bella Donna. She is still a style and beauty icon today. She was so basic and beautiful. She was always beautifully groomed and never looked like she was wearing a ton of make up.
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