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via {a href="http://www.vogue.com/vogue-daily/article/life-of-a-legend-vogue-looks-back-at-elizabeth-taylors-iconic-style/#/magazine-gallery/elizabeth-taylor/3"}Vogue{/a}

I couldn’t resist this one. Elizabeth Taylor photographed by Bert Stern for Vogue, 1962.

Goodbye Great Dame

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Snapped by {a href="http://www.diggallery.com/photographers/frank-worth/"}Frank Worth{/a} on the set of Giant, 1955.

By now I am sure everyone knows that Dame Elizabeth Taylor died yesterday aged 79. Some would say her death pulls the final curtain on a glamourous golden era of filmmaking. Often attention is always placed more  on her dramatic personal life than her dramatic performances. It shouldn’t, however, be neglected that she contributed to some marvelous films (Cat On a Hot Tin Roof, Whose Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Butterfield 8, and Suddenly, Last Summer). Elizabeth Taylor held an air of razzle and dressed with dazzle, a true beauty and most stylish Dame.


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