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15 Old Hollywood Beauty Secrets You Won't Believe

How Sophia Loren kept her skin soft plus 14 other clever beauty tricks the old Hollywood stars used themselves. - vibrant, vase lights, LED, Battery Operated Candles, Candles and Holders, Decorating Supplies, Wedding Accessories, Wedding Decorations, Party Supplies,


The Best Hourglass Bodies of All Time

From the days of vivacious pinup girls to Old Hollywood icons à la Marilyn Monroe and Elizabeth Taylor, an hourglass physique has always made for stars. We look back at all the celebrity women over the years best known for their incredible curves: Sophia Loren.

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from Mail Online

That's not a 77 year old's usual style! Sophia Loren refuses to dress her age as she bares cleavage in low cut dress for charity gala

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"It’s better to explore life and make mistakes than to play it safe. Mistakes are part of the dues one pays for a full life." ~ Sophia Loren

Holy cow! Sophia Loren, the early years. She still looks great today.

from Architectural Digest

Marilyn Monroe, Frank Sinatra, and Other Old Hollywood Stars' Homes

Sophia Loren poses for photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt, in 1964, in the master bedroom of Villa Sara, her 16th-century house near Rome. Purchased in 1952 by her future husband, producer Carlo Ponti, it was restored with architect and garden designer Imerio Maffeis and decorated by costume-and-set designer Ezio Altieri. The bedroom features frescoes of the four seasons, which were moved there from another room in the house; the Louis XVI painted bed was made in Tuscany.