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Mademoiselle Monday: Mlle Moreno

“Bigger than life is not difficult for me. I am bigger than life.” – Rita Moreno “They’ve had to overcome a great deal – not as much as I did – but it’s become OK to be Latino.” – Rita Moreno 0

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Mademoiselle Monday: Mlle Bailey

“No one can figure out your worth but you.” – Pearl Bailey “Everybody wants to do something to help, but nobody wants to be first.” – Pearl Bailey “I never really look for anything. What God throws my way comes. I wake up in the morning and whichever way God turns my feet, I go.” …

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Reading in the Boudoir: Rebecca

I would like to introduce you to one of my favorite books. Her name is Rebecca by Daphne Du Maurier. This book is perfect for a boudoir read. It is a classic, so many of you may already know how fabulous it is. But, for those of you who have not read it you’re sure …

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Mlle Wong

“Every time your picture is taken, you lose a part of your soul.” – Anna May Wong 0

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Mlle Taylor

“I have a woman’s body and a child’s emotions.” – Elizabeth Taylor 0

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Thinking Outside the Boudoir: How to Marry a Millionaire

Sometimes it’s about having more than just your Boudoir. It’s about having a fabulous home in general. We often see examples of extravagant homes we would love to own on TV or in the movies.  Though there are those that, while not super fancy, we still adore. Maybe it’s because we love the movie or …

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Hollywood History: Madeleine Carroll

I often say that if I had one wish (besides the obvious wishes that would take first priority, like saving the world and good health and wealth for all) I would wish for the chance to go back in time. It would be difficult for me to pinpoint one specific era, but I tend to …

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Sir Cecil

If you’re like me, you probably know Sir Cecil Beaton best for his photography… However, he was also known and very well respected for his work as a costume designer, artist, set designer and published diarist. He designed costumes for many hit movies, such as: Gigi (1958), Anna Karenina (1948) and My Fair Lady (1964) …

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