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Marlene Dietrich with her husband’s mistress, Tamara Matul, exiting from the fashion house of Edward Molyneux in Paris, September 1937

Marlene Dietrich with her husband’s mistress, Tamara Matul - September 1937 - Exiting from the fashion house of Edward Molyneux in Paris - Watsonette

An entry from smatterings of an aesthetic

An entry from smatterings of an aesthetic

Style Icon: Marlene Dietrich From smartly tailored pantsuits to fedoras and bow ties, Dietrich’s tastes leaned heavily towards menswear dressing, yet the silver screen star of the and still exuded an undeniably feminine sensuality.

- Marlene Dietrich - Although she loved menswear, Marlene didn't wear suits 24/7 - she also had a fondness for all things luxe. She wore pencil skirts, form-fitting dresses and silky blouses for a sultry look that exuded Old Hollywood glamour. -

- Marlene Dietrich - Although she loved menswear, Marlene didn't wear suits - she also had a fondness for all things luxe. She wore pencil skirts, form-fitting dresses and silky blouses for a sultry look that exuded Old Hollywood glamour.

Marlene Dietrich at the annual Ball for the Foreign Press in Berlin, 1928. Photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt.

Dietrich wearing tuxedo and top hat at ball for foreign press, Berlin, 1929 by Alfred Eisenstaedt * from LIFE

Marlene Dietrich, favd_classic-hollywood-glam-January 13 2018 at 07:11PM

Marlene Dietrich, favd_classic-hollywood-glam-January 13 2018 at 07:11PM

Rita Hayworth and Marlene Dietrich | Two stunningly iconic women in the 40s. #youresopretty

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