The tell a letter-story challenge by idea of the good “frizztext“
now the time has come to the letter “S”.
Fashion seems a bit weird, kindly said.
see for example womans fashion dresses
a topic of great great interest
among both woman and indeed men.
Some men dress up in women’s clothes too
it’s all right, don’t care
taste and pleasure is thankfully different
scottish men in kilts is another story
it’s something I may need to say
because I was accepted by a scottish clan and has been a kilt donated
There was made an opinion poll in the UK some years ago
to test the british favorites among ladies skirts or dresses.
1: Geri Halliwell, british pop singer-songwriter born i 1972 and maybe best known from “The Spice Girl” – in her “Union Jack” shortcut dress or large t’shirt.
2: Elizabeth Hurley, born 1968, in her “Versace” safety pin dress from 1994.
3: Marylin Monroe (1926-62) the woman who only sleept in “Chanel no.5”
in her all over the world known cut’skirt
not only the dress but the attitude too have been copied worldwide
4: Audrey Hepburn, a woman in black ready for “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” i 1961
5: Lady Gaga,an american singer and songwriter born in 1986
in her white (monk?) jacket dress
there is probably not the clothes she hadn’t worn.
6: Lady Diana Spencer (1961-97) in her royal weddingdress from 1981.
7: Kylie Minogue wearing a pair of gold shorts in 2000, ready for “Spinning around video”
but with all respect, is it a dress or shorts honestly..?
8: Jennifer Lopez in an optimist green “Versace” dressed for “Oscar 2000”.
9: Björk Guðmundsdóttir (icelandic singer born in 1965) in her swandress 2001.
10: Cindy Crawford (american model born in 1966) wearing a red Versace’dress in 1991
On topic a similar american opinion’poll:
- 1. Marilyn Monroe in her white shoulder loose white dress in the “Seven Year Itch” .
- 2. Audrey Hepburn i the small black dress at “Breakfast at Tiffany’s”
- 3. Jessica Rabbit‘s strapless red dress from “Who framed Roger Rabbit”
- 4. Julia Robert‘s dotted poloskirt from “Pretty Woman”.
- 5. Sharon Stone‘s sleeveless white skirt at the interrogation room in “Basic Instinct” .
- 6. Carrie Fisher in her long white robe as princess Leia in “Star Wars” .
- 7. Olivia Newton-John‘s white skirt from the schoolballroom at the movie “Grease” .
- 8. Judy Garland’s checkered everyday dress as Dorothy at the “The Wizard of Oz” .
- 9. Snehvides blue og yellow dress from “Snow White and the seven Dwarfs“.
- 10. Robin Williams‘s flare dress at the movie “Mrs Doubtfire” .
Both lists may miss some skirts..?
The big question is what happened to Josephine Baker’s famous banana skirt..?
Nicole Rochelle, as the ‘banana girl’ Josephine Baker, in a french cabaret
Josephine was the woman who really introduced the banana in our conceptual world.
Josephine Baker was the first african-american who became a movie star
she became in the beginning of his career quickly a celebrated dancer
then it slid into singing and acting
to end up being one of the world’s most popular entertainers at that time.
As 30 years old she became a french citizen in 1937
and was very active in the french resitance
an effort that made her the first american born woman
who received the french military order “Croix de Guerre”.
Josephine Baker had many nicknames
“Bronze Venus”, “Black Pearl”, “Crèole Goddess” and “La Baker”
Whether it was Josephine Baker’s full tulle skirt with bananas
which has made it the world’s most eaten fruit, it’s unknown
but damaged the banana, it has certainly not.
All photos from the girls homesites or the movie’homesites.