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Carole Lombard wearing an outfit by Travis Banton, publicity portrait for “Safety in Numbers”, 1930

Carole Lombard wearing an outfit by Travis Banton, publicity portrait for “Safety in Numbers”, 1930

In her native France, Lilly Daché was considered (by her mother, no less) a homely child.  Lilly’s thin, strong face with its green cat’s eyes and framing of straight red hair were deemed ugly. Not too surprisingly, little Lilly turned to adornment to amend her failings: braiding cherries into her hair & making hats from grape leaves. Her passion creating beauty took her to Paris to study hatmaking (after all, as Lilly says, if your hat is correct, it can compensate for a world of faults).

In her native France, Lilly Daché was considered (by her mother, no less) a homely child. Lilly’s thin, strong face with its green cat’s eyes and framing of straight red hair were deemed ugly. Not too surprisingly, little Lilly turned to adornment to amend her failings: braiding cherries into her hair & making hats from grape leaves. Her passion creating beauty took her to Paris to study hatmaking (after all, as Lilly says, if your hat is correct, it can compensate for a world of faults).

sddubs: “Carole Lombard - 1932 - Photo by John Kobal Foundation ”

sddubs: “Carole Lombard - 1932 - Photo by John Kobal Foundation ”

Cigarette Card - Actress, Carole Lombard | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Cigarette Card - Actress, Carole Lombard | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Black and white...but with red lips - Carole & Co.

Black and white...but with red lips - Carole & Co.

Carole Lombard wearing an outfit by Travis Banton, publicity portrait for “Safety in Numbers”, 1930.

Carole Lombard wearing an outfit by Travis Banton, publicity portrait for “Safety in Numbers”, 1930.

carole lombard by george hurrell 1937-38 by david haggard, via Flickr

carole lombard by george hurrell 1937-38 by david haggard, via Flickr

The Atlanta premiere of "Gone with the Wind" was marred by the absence of Hattie McDaniel and other black cast members, who were banned due to Georgia's Jim Crow laws. An angry Clark Gable was on the brink of boycotting, but his friend McDaniel reportedly persuaded him to attend.

The Atlanta premiere of "Gone with the Wind" was marred by the absence of Hattie McDaniel and other black cast members, who were banned due to Georgia's Jim Crow laws. An angry Clark Gable was on the brink of boycotting, but his friend McDaniel reportedly persuaded him to attend.

with her tennis instructor, Eleanor Tennant. Carole was the best player in all of hollywoodland :)

with her tennis instructor, Eleanor Tennant. Carole was the best player in all of hollywoodland :)

Carole Lombard

Carole Lombard

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