Saturday, October 26, 2013

Original High Voltage Dolls

High voltage is when you look in a mirror and feel dangerous.  Whether it's a new shade of lipstick, a body-hugging dress, or a good hair day, feeling high voltage is the idea of giving everyone an electric shock as you walk by them.  To begin the blog, we nod to the original goddesses of high voltage.  Just try to look away.

Brigitte Bardot, the darling of French cinema of the 50's through 70's, was always high voltage.  Her big blonde hair, love of hair bows and barettes, baby doll style, and body-hugging dresses made her an undeniable fashion icon.
Catherine Deneuve, another French siren of the 1960's rocked the half-ponytail.  Less buxom than Bardot, Deneuve was an arbiter of elegance.  

Jane Asher, girlfriend of Paul McCartney in the 60's until he infamously cheated on her, made red hair sexy.

Jean Shrimpton, supermodel of the 1960's, was a brunette stunner.  Decked out in jewels, she gave sultry a new meaning.
Ms. Hepburn needs no introduction.  She gave sexy a whole new meaning.  With her elfin face and sleek figure, she represented a whole new type of classic, delicate femininity.

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