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Greta Garbo / Born: Greta Lovisa Gustafsson, September 18, 1905 in Stockholm, Stockholms län, Sweden / Died: April 15, 1990 (age 84) in New York City, New York, USA

Greta Garbo, by Ruth Harriet Louise, ~ It was said by gown designer Adrian that when Garbo left Hollywood, so did fashion.

Greta Garbo, in a still shot from Mata Hari (1931), where she is a German spy posing as a dancer in Paris. Directed by George Fitzmaurice. Produced by Bernie Fineman (uncredited). Original story and screenplay by Benjamin Glazer and Leo Birinski.

Greta Garbo, in a still shot from Mata Hari where she is a German spy posing as a dancer in Paris. Directed by George Fitzmaurice. Produced by Bernie Fineman (uncredited). Original story and screenplay by Benjamin Glazer and Leo Birinski.

1920's Sexy & Classic Iconic Flapper Nita by VintageousClassic

Kay Francis in Chanel. In the Coco Chanel almost single-handedly invented Costume Jewelry. Replacing real gemstones with colored glass, and using gold-toned metal and faux pearls, Chanel changed the rules about jewelry and how to wear it.

Audrey and her pet deer out grocery shopping

Audrey Hepburn grocery shopping with her deer. (fun fact: the pet's name is Ip, short for Pippin) By Bob Willoughby<-----You may be cool but you'll never be Audrey Hepburn grocery shopping with her pet deer cool.

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