The Girl in The Seven Year Itch
Marilyn Monroe plays The Girl in The Seven Year Itch, in which she's the object of her neighbor's fantasies. It's in this movie that one of the most iconic images in film takes place - she stands over a subway grate which causes her dress to billow in the breeze.
April 5, 2013 by Evie Hopkins
Catherine is just your average 22-year-old spawn of Satan. What? That’s normal right? She made her debut in Atlus’ video game of the same name. Her sole purpose is to tempt men and get them to become unfaithful, so she can ultimately kill them. My type of girl. The hardest part of this costume is her trademark spiral hairstyle which can be completed with some wire work or a lot of hair gel and hairspray. Being a succubus never looked so good!July 24, 2013 by Amy
Smurfette was originally made by Gargamel in order to distract the Smurfs and capture them. Gargamel’s plan backfired though because the Smurfs’ kindness made her want to be a Smurf. She originally had short black hair but after Papa Smurf turned her into a real Smurf, she emerged with long blonde locks.
October 10, 2013 by Tom
In The Rocketeer, Jenny Blake is an aspiring actress whose relationship hits the rocks when her boyfriend Cliff’s visit to the movie set leads to her getting fired. The movie director makes up with Jenny and attempts to seduce her — but not to date Jennifer Connelly. No, to get his hands on a jet pack.
July 23, 2013 by Jaime
Jessica Rabbit’s sultry style translates well into the real world. A red sequined dress paired with long purple gloves is likely to make a few jaws drop. Top the look off with red lipstick and people may even let you get away with marrying a rabbit. Then again, this isn’t Toontown.August 19, 2013 by Amy
Audrey Hepburn plays one of her most iconic roles as Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany’s. Holly transforms herself from a country girl into a Manhattan socialite, who’s goal is to marry rich. You can complete her look by having breakfast in front of a Tiffany & Co. storefront.
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