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THREE years before ruling as queen of the galaxy, Jane Fonda sat in a room at the Dunes Hotel in Las Vegas with Roger Vadim, the French director who would seal her sexpot status in "Barbarella." It was Aug. 14, 1965, and the bubbly was flowing. They'd...
Tags: Weddings, Kirkland's Inc., Roger Vadim, Nikon Corp, Jane Fonda
Times Staff WriterWeeks after the entertainment industry landed on the shores of Cannes, two fashion companies based in the south of France opened the doors to their first West Coast boutiques, here in Los Angeles. Feraud, the 57-year-old house founded by painter-turned-...
" Mr. Blackwell," whose annual "worst dressed" list dinged movie stars, music icons and European royalty and helped turn him into a household name from the 1960s through the '80s, has died. He was 86. Blackwell had been in failing health and died...
Tags: Boy George, Television, Trials, Music Theater, Britney Spears
Times Staff WriterWOMEN of the world rejoice: This is not the season of the skimpy swimsuit. Michael Kors put full-cut bikinis on the runway two years ago, and Abaeté designer Laura Poretzky has been making pinup-style suits since 2004. But the retro swimwear trend really...
All bikinis are notable, but some are more notable than others. While "American Idol" contestant Katrina Darrell, 20, a.k.a. Bikini Girl, made quite a splash this week by auditioning in a swimsuit, it takes more than a bare midriff to secure a place in...
Tags: Television, Movies, Daniel Craig, Kirstie Alley, Entertainment
I know, I know, this is really just a blatant rip-off of the WOMEN IN ART viral video. But it's still really good. Below are the women depicted in the video. Mary Pickford, Lillian Gish, Gloria Swanson, Marlene Dietrich, Norma Shearer, Ruth Chatterton,...
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterIt's one of the most urgent questions facing men of a certain age today, particularly in Latin American countries, a question that strikes at one's core values and affirms one's identity as a soccer-mad, tequila-swigging, red-blooded varon. That question...
TIMES FILM CRITICFriday July 4, 1997 It's one thing for a film to retain every bit of its worth after more than 30 years, but more impressive is the ability to be increasingly relevant and moving with the passage of time. Such is the case with Jean-Luc Godard's 1963...
Times Staff WriterWith the blockbusters "Lawrence of Arabia," "Dr. Zhivago" and "Funny Girl," Omar Sharif became an international star. Sharif, an Egyptian-born actor of Lebanese descent, cut a romantic figure with his handsome looks, dark-eyed gaze and aura of...
Tags: Religious Texts, Islam, Qur'an, French Movies, Canal+
Times Staff WriterWhen Jean-Luc Godard's "Masculine Feminine" opened in Los Angeles 38 years ago last month, it seemed as new as tomorrow's headlines while exploring a theme as old as time — the essential enigma that a woman can be to a man. Headlines, and...
Tags: New York, Albert Camus, West Los Angeles, Jean-Luc Godard, Death
Times Staff WriterHis is a name you can't make up, a voice you can't forget even if you want to, a look beyond duplication or even description. He's been called the prince of pop, the king of L.A. radio, even, as an intriguing new documentary has it, the "Mayor of the...
Tags: Cher, Joan Jett, David Bowie, Documentary (genre), Children
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