Happy birthday Angélica Huston! All her best looks i iODonna – D1SoftballNews.com
D.to Morticia Addams to Etheline Tenenbaum, Angelica Huston has always been an actress with a majestic personality. Even in style. Today, she turns 70 and remains the undisputed queen of the gods glamorous 70s look. Colorful and disco, rock and refined, in any case timeless.
Anjelica Huston, daughter of art and style icon
Angelica Huston was born in Santa Monica on July 8, 1951. His mother is a dancer, his father is the great director John Huston and his childhood is in Ireland. In 1968, she moved to the English capital, it was the golden age of London swing and thanks to her slender physique (she measures 1.74 meters) and her unconventional beauty, she immediately found work as model. At the same time, he began to attend the best theater schools and moved to New York. Here she is photographed by masters such as Richard avedon And Bob richardson and parades for the most important fashion houses.
The glam-chic couple looks
In the first half of the 70s, her acting career took off and love was born with Jack Nicholson (which lasted on and off for 17 years). Both are adored by the public even for the flawless couple look, an irresistible blend of Glitter disc and preppy key pieces. Not to mention when they show up at the Oscars parties, him in a tuxedo with black aviator glasses and her in tight dresses in glitter or oriental-inspired kimono. In any case, one of her most legendary Oscar dresses is undoubtedly the emerald green with the asymmetrical neckline created for her by the costume designer. Tzetzi Ganev, brought to the Oscars 1986 to recover the statuette of the best actress in a supporting role in the film “The oneore dei prizzi”.
Contemporary evening looks
With the 80s the taste for fur stoles and flowers in the hair gave way to sumptuous jewelry. Here comes the cocktail dress with milky undertones and chenille mini dresses with transparent effects, which in the 90s – when she joined the club of “over” divas – evolved in the taste for column and slightly mermaid dresses in slippery and translucent fabrics.
A figure of speech which since the successes at the turn of the millennium like “Buffalo 66” with Vincent Gallo and Christina Ricci and later with the films of Wes Anderson “The Royal Tenenbaum” and “The train to Darjeeling”, will accompany him until until today.
On the red carpet, he favors symmetries, necklines sometimes generous, sometimes straight and good tone. Textures are preferably shiny and silky, with lurex inserts or, if it is opaque, accompanied by stoles and drapery in shocking tones. But the characteristic touch, more than ever, is the macro necklaces and bracelets – sculptures, to add light with light but decisive artist touches.
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