the first time i saw Anjelica Huston in a film was when she played Morticia in Addams Family. i was probably around 9 or 10 years old and just fell completely in love with her. she was the first woman in whom i recognised what sex appeal was – in a cool, understated, knowing way that wasn’t garish. which i suppose is a pretty significant moment for a kid on the cusp of learning about all that stuff and would become my benchmark of what sex appeal should be. some say she has a femme fatale quality about her but personally i think the term gentlewoman applies perfectly to Anjelica (that might be the influence of all those Wes Anderson characters talking). a gentlewoman femme fatale… perhaps.
i would have been very happy living in the seventies, i’ve decided. vogue scans from youthquakers
oh and anjelica huston, idol of note.
whoa! how cool are jack nicholson & anjelica houston? mega. i wish they were still together, forever. so, everyone loves vintage photos, and everyone loves cool people. so if you don’t already know this, go to google image search , type in [insert cool person’s name here] source: life and click on search. you are thus entering the wonderful world of LIFE magazine’s photo archives. i have done this for hours, do yourself a favour and search sophia loren! and paul newman… ultra dreamboat.