A gay man of a certain age and a certain sensibility searching for meaning in the flickering images of classic Hollywood.
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Capucine, 1952, photo by Georges Dambier for the magazine Arachnee

Capucine, 1952, photo by Georges Dambier for the magazine Arachnee

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    Capucine, 1952, photo by Georges Dambier for the magazine Arachnee
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    Capucine…such a stunner.
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    The era when high fashion models had single artistic names…Barbie was based on these women.
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