Gotta love the classic beauty, drama, and charm of a true starlet.
My mom always told me, “The state of your room reflects the state of your mind.” Since this is undoubtably true, because moms are never wrong, I’m working on covering my walls in beeeutiful memories. The Andy Warhol print, of my dear Marilyn, reminds me of my first step into independence. She was hanging in my first apartment and is still with me three apartments later. The simple sketch is suppose to be of Billie Holiday but is totally unrecognizable, but my late uncle gave it to me so I love it. The two framed flowers are tulips chosen from the first bouquet my dear significant gave me, I never want to forget that day. The white framed picture of a rose was taken from my college home and was the first item I ever updated. Finally, the sun bursts were “borrowed” from my parents’ home, don’t want to forget where I came from. One lesson of design, decorate with things that bring a smile to your face.
The Annenberg Space for Photography will be hosting a new exhibit, Beauty CULTure, from May 21 to Nov 27. Famous photogeniuses Man Ray, Guy Bourdin, Horst, Jean-Paul Goude, Philippe Halsman, Matthew Rolston, and others walk us through the ever changing landscape that is feminine beauty. Their collective 170 prints and over 500 digital image capture the good the bad and the ugly. Expect to see Twiggy, Alek Wek, Angelina Jolie, Beverly Johnson, Bo Derek, Carmen Dell’Orefice, Venus Williams, Cheryl Tiegs, Cindy Crawford, Du Juan, Elizabeth Taylor, Gisele Bundchen, Grace Jones, Iman, Jean Shrimpton, Kate Moss, Linda Evangelista, Madonna, Marilyn Monroe, and Sophia Loren to name a few. I hope to see all of you May 21.