Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg was a fox. More
Topic: Retro Snap
Young, pre-plastic surgery Joan Rivers is adorable, and also, completely unrecognizable. More
The latest issue of American Vogue gives us a sneak peek into Vogue creative director Grace Coddington‘s memoir, and from what I’ve read of it so far, it’s absolutely fascinating. It starts with Grace leaving her home in Wales at age 17 to go to London and be a model in 1958(!), and goes on to detail many stories of the naughty, bohemian, fun life she had there, St. Tropez, and elsewhere. It also contains many surprising facts. Here are six of them (all taken from the excerpt), plus the great vintage photos from Grace’s life that Vogue included with it. If the rest of the book is as good as this part, I’m going to burn through it in a week. More
Why is Courtney Stodden doing Diamonds are A Girl’s Best friend in a skin tight hot pink tube dress? WHY IS SHE RUINING IT? Moreover, why does every celebrity feel a need to mimic the naked Marilyn Monroe shot by Bert Stern? More
She was way into metaphors and stuff. More
You know you want to see it. (Technically SFW, but somewhat racy.) More
Psych, they’re not awkward at all. Unfair. She’s definitely had a nose job, though. More
Once upon a time, Gwyneth Paltrow wasn’t perfect. This is what she looked like when she was in high school. More
There’s another movie coming out about her soon.
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She does look different with the hair extensions. More
Would you like to see Baby Naomi Campbell’s first magazine cover? Because someone who works at W has supposedly found it. More
She has lovely teeth, which is not a hint.
Would you like to see some newly released images from Marilyn Monroe’s very first photo shoot, back when she was still Norma Jean Dougherty? Of course you would. Furthermore, if you have a spare chunk of change lying around, you can own these images as well. This is because the photographer who took them, Joseph Jagur, is auctioning them off in an effort to pay off his debts. What is it with great photographers and massive, crippling debt? More