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Marlene Dietrich

Marlene Dietrich - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia A still from Shanghai Express Josef von Sternberg used butterfly lighting to enhance Dietrich's features. This photograph was cited by Mick Rock as the inspiration for the iconic Queen II album cover

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Marlene Dietrich - notice the butterfly shadow under her nose created by a certain placement of lights. This was her best lighting set up for photos and she almost always insisted on it for formal publicity shots.

Marlene Dietrich & John Wayne "große Philosophen, große Dichter haben versucht, liebe zu erklären. Wer bin ich schon, dass ich es besser könnte?!"

Marlene Dietrich & John Wayne the gentleman always has a light for a lady. or in case of emergency survival situations.

Marlene Dietrich & Edith Piaf, 1947

Marlene giving Edith a congratulatory kiss at Playhouse Theatre, New York, 1947

Marlene Dietrich

The German singer and actress Marlene Dietrich (Marie Magdalene Marlene Dietrich) during the shooting of the film A Foreign Affair, directed by Billy Wilder.

The queen of androgyny, Marlene Dietrich, taught us that a menswear look can flatter women and still give off a hint of femininity.

Mad Men Style: Book to Come for Fall and 10 Iconic Looks From the 1950s

Marlene Dietrich, 20ies hairstyle

Marlene Dietrich’s “verging from the norm” affair with fellow screen siren Kay Francis