Claudia Cardinale in Senilità (1962, aka Careless) with her Louise Brooks hairstyle. Gorgeous with short hair, she plays the temptress of Trieste.
|Place de l’Opéra, Paris 1951|
|Boulevard St Germain, Paris 1952|
|Café de Flore, place St Germain des Prés, Paris 1952|
|Boulevard Poissonière, Paris 1957|
|Reflection, Paris 1950s | Frances Mortimer|
|The Painters of Montmartre, Paris 1950s | Janine Niepce|
|Paris 1958 | Dennis Stock|
|Couples dancing despite the rain on the squares from bastille to nation, for the july 14th national holiday, Paris 1951|
|Bride crossing a Parisian street, 1963 | Alfred Eisenstaed|
|The kiss, Paris 1956 | Kees Scherer|
I never get tired of Giorgia Tordini. You might guess that she is one of my favourites - never too overdressed, overbranded, overaccessorized but always perfectly cool and femme fatale.
Jeans: I’m obsessed with boyfriend jeans to wear with heels. A must.
Shirt: My perfect shirt is Equipment. I like the concept of having one style in many different colors. It makes me want to buy them all.
Heel: Pointy pumps, lace-up ankle boots. Love Gianvito Rossi and Alaïa. So simple, so chic.
Flat: Black velvet or patent leather loafers. But let me say, I’m more into heels.
Bag: Flat zipped clutch. My favorite is my blue crocodile print one by Givenchy.
Lingerie: All the black lingerie from Princesse Tam Tam, not too girly but with small, cute details or basic underwear in jersey.
Lipstick: Tom Ford Cherry Lush or just lip balm.
Mascara: YSL Shocking. Moisturizer: Facial cream from Intégrée.
Nail Polish: I like to wear red. No other colors.
Fragrance: Ambre Sultan from Serge Lutens. Maybe this is my real signature, I’ve worn for forever.
Shampoo: Aldo Coppola with white sugar.
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