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To Catch a Thief starring Grace Kelly & Cary Grant. One of the sexiest scenes in movie history is when Grace Kelly is talking to Cary Grant in the dark. She was a stunner.

Grace Kelly...always glamorous

Our list of style icon& continue with the real-life princess Grace Kelly. Although she died of a car crash in fashion& love affair with her endures as her style is recreated across the glob.

Calling Mr. Hitchcock -  M for Murder

Alfred Hitchcock - Dial M for Murder. The movie was filmed in and the camera couldn't cope with close-ups so Hitchcock, who rarely deviated from his storyboards, had a huge telephone made.

A behind-the-scenes photo of Grace Kelly with Cary Grant on the set of Alfred Hitchcock‘s To Catch a Thief.

Cary Grant & Grace Kelly on the set of To Catch a Thief dir. Alfred Hitchcock) // I really must watch this film.

2001: A Space Odyssey. Love all the exposed wired/buttons on the suit. This has a bit of glamour about it, but still has elements of that rough functionality.

2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)

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#Flashback : quand Sharon Stone enflammait 'Casino'

First, these are great actors who play great roles, often at the behest of Mr. Moffat. I'm not sure why, but the Brits seem to have a different standard of beauty. They, or at least their casting directors, give us wonderfully imperfect and fascinating specimens.

Made in Britain: Benedict Cumberbatch, Martin Freeman , David Tennant, Colin Firth, Alan Rickman and Hugh Laurie

To Catch a Thief.  The silk chiffon blue gown at the beginning of this YouTube clip is SOOOOO INSANELY GORGEOUS.  The other garments she wears in this film are also beautiful!!!

One of my favourite movies, I love the scene where Grace Kelly seduces gentleman jewellery-theif Cary Grant using a fabulous diamond necklace. The diamonds used in this movie were fake, but the chemistry was real and totally fabulous!

True Calling- Steve McQueen in his trade mark natty tweed and turtleneck combo on a seriously old school mobile phone

Steve McQueen, Bullitt, 1968 It’s ironic that this most macho of style icons is so well remembered for playing the tweed-jacket-wearing San Francisco detective Frank Bullitt. McQueen’s image is about.

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24 Femmes Per Second

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Girls of the My mother was in a hayride accident in the late in college and had the spoke of one of the wheels go through her ankle. Hayrides can be dangerous!