Even though she's all a bit Cruella de Vil with her hair (doesn't matter though - it's iconic!), Deeda Blair is a perfect example of a woman who had retained her class and style throughout the years. At 98, she is still culturally active and present and even though she's usually only dressed for formal occasions, this is a great example of how an older woman can keep on stylish. Lovely coat color.
Cecil Beaton captured the steely elegance of Countess Bismarck (also known as Mrs. Mona Harrison Williams) in a reflective moment in Capri for the July 1, 1959, Vogue. Beaton's photograph, from 1956, was taken shortly after Williams married Count Edward Albert Bismarck, the grandson of Otto Von Bismarck
Daisy Fellowes 1930's “Daisy Fellowes enjoyed making other women appear foolish, and would wear plain linen dresses when everyone else was dressed to kill. These linen suits, though simple in tailoring and often of identical shape, were ordered in dozens of different colours and complemented by barbaric jewels – handcuffs of emeralds, necklets of Indian stones, or conch shells of diamonds. She even wore jewellery with her beach suits”. Cecil Beaton on Daisy Fellowes and her barbaric jewels
Lee Radziwill ‘guards her privacy with a vengeance & has expressed her disappointment that Carole used the Radzwill name on The Real Housewives of New York,’ a friend told Radar. Jackie Kennedy’s socialite sister has said that she disapproves of her daughter in law joining the cast of the Real Housewives. Lee Radziwill, Jackie’s younger sister, has protected her privacy for years but the family name is being brought back into the public sphere by her now-dead son’s widow, Carole Radziwill
sublimely gorgeous image of Rita Hayworth in daring see-through laced dress (1918 Oct17 - 1987 May14, d. @68 from Alzheimer's) Am. dancer / film actress in 61 films over 37 years, in American Film Institute's 100 Greatest Stars of All Time • catholic parents, dad from Spain, mom Irish-Brit