Great Vintage Lovers
This Valentines we look at great vintage lovers of the silver screen and have a guess at to what they might give as a Valentines gift.
There has been many love affairs and marriages born out of Hollywood but during the height of that special golden age during the 1950's and 1960's there was more than ever.
We have picked three couples who made waves, appeared on newspaper front covers and became huge stars together and individually.
Tony Curtis and Janet Leigh we very much young and in love when they got married. The couple met at an RKO party in 1950. Janet was a bigger star than Tony at the time and after the marriage Tony's career rocketed. Sadly as with many celebrity marriages theirs did not last, with Janet gathering admirers at every turn.
Their style was effortless glamour with a homely 50's relaxed vibe.
We have picked our sweetheart Puff Heart Pearl Choker and matching Puff Heart Earrings set off beautifully in our FREE deep velvet lined and covered gift box. The ideal gift for someone close to your heart!
Audrey Hepburn and Mel Ferrer starred in the epic War and Peace.
Audrey was 24 when they met and Mel already had two ex-wives and children. They met at a premiere for Roman Holiday. They were married in 1954 at an intimate wedding ceremony in Switzerland. After years of turbulence and jealousy at the hands of Mel they divorced in 1968.
Their style was refined and polished.
We have picked of course our best selling Audrey Hepburn Pearl Necklace and earring Set in a Velvet lined hard leatherette covered FREE gift box. Simply Chic!
Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor were the original power couple, move aide your Posh & Becks and Kim & Kayne, these two were BIG! Both well established actors with a chain of films under their belts, they were well matched in their strong personalities and this often made for a bumpy ride. They were married in 1964 for the first time. Richard lavished Elizabeth with lavish jewels.
Their style was high glamour and bling.