Fashion Tribute: Elizabeth Taylor
Last week, the world lost a legend, a magnificent Actress, a devoted philanthropist, and a divine beauty. I wanted to take this opportunity to hold a tribute for one of my favorite actresses of all time, Dame Elizabeth Taylor.
Liz's clothing and jewelry were legendary, and beautiful, she graced the silver screen in magnificent motion picture productions like, "Cat on A Hot Tin Roof," "Butterfield 8," "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf," and "A Place in the Sun." The two time Academy Award Winner for Best Actress was known for her exquisite fashion sense, her clothes became timeless staples in the fashion world, and pop culture as we know it.
For instance, her 1961 Oscar dress, which was a beautiful yellow top, white ball gown skirt with a green sash and red rose was elegant and divine, and truly expressed her beauty as she accepted her Best Actress Oscar for her wicked performance in Butterfield 8. Besides the dress, her hair was perfectly made into a beautiful effortless coif.
She graced the Best Dressed list for countless years, in 1970, she wore an Edith Head light blue ensemble accessorized with a beautiful jeweled necklace, which showed her ability to recreate her style as an aging actress in Hollywood.
Liz's best fashion moments also came from her memorable screen performances. For instance, in Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, she wore a simple, yet sexy white dress, which epitomized women's fashion in the 1950's. It seemed that by this time, anything Liz wore, was magique!
As a Golden Age Hollywood mega-fan, I am honored to write about Elizabeth Taylor, I think we can all agree that she was the monumental actress of her time, an angelic beauty, and sex icon. She aged beautifully as the years went on, and didn't stop her reign as Queen of the beauties. The world is very lucky to have witnessed Liz's transformation from young, innocent child star into an international sensation.
Personally, I will miss her very much, I will cherish her movies and her luscious style that will forever be timeless, and will forever awe audiences forevermore.
From He Wore She Wore,
This is Diér.