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Barbra Streisand // #currentmood

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Happy Birthday Michael Caine!🎉 Michael is 86 today and a living icon of the 1960s and of Britain. Michael is so cool and legendary yet casual and normal. He has made some fantastic films including my favourites Alfie, The Italian Job, Muppets Christmas Carol and Jack the Ripper. I love his work and his charm. Here is Michael Caine with Natalie Wood in 1966 photographed by Bill Ray in Los Angeles. “He was simply made for the movie business. You could really hate a guy like that — except that he was so charming, so smooth, that you were very happy to be around him, hoping some of it would rub off on you — which, of course, it didn’t! That sort of magic, would have been much easier to take if Caine had been half as good looking as, say, another young Cockney, like Terence Stamp. He wasn’t. But charming, fun, and easy to be around and work with, he definitely was:” —Life photographer Bill Ray💚🌟🚘 #michaelcaine #nataliewood

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Serge Gainsbourg // #currentmood

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Sharon Tate, photographed in 1968 for The Wrecking Crew.

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#Virgosdelight 💎 #slimaarons

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“Slim Aarons’s portraits of jet-set society are a nostalgic reminder of a period that will never come back," says #SilviaVenturiniFendi. "I love this 1975 photo of La Concha Beach Club in Acapulco in particular, because the pink stripes recall Fendi’s own." When she was in her early 20s — after stints answering phones, gift-wrapping and picking up stray sewing pins off the floors of the storied Italian fashion house her grandparents founded in 1925 — Venturini Fendi decided to try her own hand at designing. Her biggest coup came in 1997, when she created the Baguette, the “it” bag of the ’90s. See more of what inspires #Fendi’s creative director at the link in our bio. Photo credit: #SlimAarons courtesy of Getty Images

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An Italian escape 🇮🇹

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Dimitris Kritsas, 1961

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Love life, 1973

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