Say, "Hello" to Gia, our oh-so-fabulous data entry/copywriting sorceress. She works her magic every day at UV by adding new products and copy to our site. Here, she shares a few of her favorite items from her Unique Vintage wish list.
Welcome to another edition of Fab or Drab, darlings! You emptied all of your opinions out of your purse and threw them around generously! Let's take a peek at this week, shall we?
Ms. Perry looked a little blue at the premiere of the Smurf's film, but between her retro dress and divine hairstyle, we had a winner on our hands. Let's check in with you dames!
Amber Pare: " Fab! I would wear the whole outfit (including the hair style) if I could!"
Kathryn Sylvia: "Fab but my only thought was if there was ever a time to rock the blue hair the smurf movie premiere was it love the style should have been blue though"
Angela Christine McGuire: "She actually looks nice for once." (ouch)
Before Marilyn, there was Jean Harlow, the original "Blonde Bomshell." She left her mark on Hollywood and pop culture with her signature platinum locks and "laughing vamp" persona.
Harlow rose to fame in the 1930s and was labeled a screen siren for her revealing costumes and quick witted dialogue. Her signature towheaded look inspired a platinum craze with many fans dying their hair to match hers.
During her short ten year career, Jean Harlow established herself as one of the silver screen's most captivating actresses and was a key inspirational figure for both Marilyn Monroe and Madonna. Ms. Harlow, tonight we "Vogue" in your honor.