Natalie Wood for Vogue by Bert Stern (1964)
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Natalie Wood for Vogue by Bert Stern (1964)

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Adele and Fred Astaire
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Adele and Fred Astaire

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“The Mod Squad" with Michael Cole, Peggy Lipton and Clarence Williams III. "Must see TV" for teens from 1968-1973.
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The Mod Squad" with Michael Cole, Peggy Lipton and Clarence Williams III. "Must see TV" for teens from 1968-1973.

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Stolen 1957 Chevy Bel Air returned to owner 30 years later

A sweet but forlorn and inoperative classic-era Chevy stolen 30 years ago from Ian “Skip” Wilson just came back to him — reborn.

“There’s all kinds of chrome added under the hood,” said Wilson, a retired mechanic doubly astonished that his 1957 Bel Air has returned and that it’s been gorgeously customized.

“The headers look brand spankin’ new,” he said. “The tires, they look like they haven’t even been around the block.”

A ‘57 Bel Air is one of the world’s most prized collector’s cars. This one was stolen from Wilson’s place in Clearlake Oaks, California not just once but twice in the early 1980s.

Wilson, who’s 65 and battling cancer, had long before quit hoping to see it again when, in February 2014, a California Highway Patrol investigator named Mike Maleta phoned him from Southern California. The car had been found in a shipping container on the way to Australia.

Givenchy: Rare and Classic Photos From a Fashionable LifeFrench designer Hubert de Givenchy rose to fame in the 1950s, but his elegant, feminine aesthetic continues to reverberate in fashion a full half-century later. His professional and personal relationship with Audrey Hepburn is reflected in her most iconic looks in classic movies such as Breakfast at Tiffany’s and Charade. "His designs specialize in separates like the three tops, three skirts which can be used interchangeably to make nine outfits. They are: white cardigan with coral beads over short black skirt (left), organdy blouse over long black skirt (center), fringed black sweater over striped skirt (right, worn by Bettina)." (photo and quote from Life)

Givenchy: Rare and Classic Photos From a Fashionable Life

French designer Hubert de Givenchy rose to fame in the 1950s, but his elegant, feminine aesthetic continues to reverberate in fashion a full half-century later. His professional and personal relationship with Audrey Hepburn is reflected in her most iconic looks in classic movies such as Breakfast at Tiffany’s and Charade.

"His designs specialize in separates like the three tops, three skirts which can be used interchangeably to make nine outfits. They are: white cardigan with coral beads over short black skirt (left), organdy blouse over long black skirt (center), fringed black sweater over striped skirt (right, worn by Bettina)."
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Elizabeth Taylor
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Elizabeth Taylor

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Audrey Hepburn wearing a hat
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Audrey Hepburn wearing a hat

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Elizabeth Taylor

Elizabeth Taylor

Doris Day and Debbie Reynolds

Doris Day and Debbie Reynolds

Bianca Jagger by Mike Lawn on Getty

Bianca Jagger by Mike Lawn on Getty