Category: Hollywood

Mademoiselle Monday: Mlle Parker

“I just don’t know. It’s like I can’t imagine anyone else playing Dorothy Gale — just Judy Garland (Wizard of Oz)” – Sarah Jessica Parker (when asked if someone else would be cast to play Carrie Bradshaw if a prequel were created after Candace Bushnell’s new book The Carrie Diaries) “Maybe our mistakes are what …

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Sex and the City 2 Movie Premiere

I might have given my left arm for a seat at Radio City Music Hall in New York City this evening (ok, not really, but probably a pinky toe…seriously) to attend the Sex and the City 2 movie premiere. Have a gander at the beautiful ladies (and gentleman) on the red carpet. Sarah Jessica Parker …

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Sunday’s Best: Sex and the City 2

Yes, I know, I know…it is Monday. Please forgive me for not posting “Sunday’s Best” on Sunday. I had a very busy day yesterday. I took my great-great-Aunt out for lunch and spent the afternoon with my best friend at her beautiful new home. Now, on to the exciting stuff… In honor of the big …

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Mademoiselle Monday: Mlle Horne

“I made a promise to myself to be kinder to other people.” – Lena Horne “I don’t have to be an imitation of a white woman that Hollywood sort of hoped I’d become. I’m me, and I’m like nobody else.” – Lena Horne “Always be smarter than the people who hire you.” – Lena Horne …

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Mademoiselle Monday: Mlle Dandridge

“It [prejudice] is such a waste. It makes you logy and half-alive. It gives you nothing. It takes away.” – Dorothy Dandridge 0

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Thinking Outside the Boudoir: Breakfast at Tiffany’s

If you haven’t already noticed, the theme at My Little Boudoir recently is Tiffany & Co. So, what would be more appropriate than to feature Holly Golightly’s apartment in Breakfast at Tiffany’s for the monthly series called Thinking Outside the Boudoir. This is where I share my fascination of homes from the movies. While some …

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Mademoiselle Monday: Mlle Hepburn

“For beautiful eyes, look for the good in others; for beautiful lips, speak only words of kindness; and for poise, walk with the knowledge that you are never alone.” – Audrey Hepburn “I was born with an enormous need for affection, and a terrible need to give it.” – Audrey Hepburn “There are certain shades …

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Backyard Boudoir

With the summer quickly approaching, let’s think about taking the boudoir outdoors. No, I don’t mean camping “boudoir style”. I mean taking the boudoir into the backyard (or recreating a second one outside rather). As you can see, this boudoir beauty did it fabulously… Now, here are some furniture options to help you create your …

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TCM Classic Movie Festival

For all of you fans of the silver screen that live in California, or who can make it there lickety-split, there is a fabulous festival that you must attend! Turner Classic Movies (TCM) is putting on the TCM Classic Film Festival in Los Angeles, California from April 22nd to the 25th. There will be a …

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Mademoiselle Monday: Mlle Leigh

“I’m not a film star, I am an actress. Being a film star is such a false life, lived for fake values and for publicity.” – Vivien Leigh “I know I am right for Scarlett. I can convince Mr. Selznick.” – Vivien Leigh “Comedy is much more difficult than tragedy-and a much better training, I …

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