Last edited by Friedrich-Berthold; 12-26-2010 at 08:29 PM.
I am hanging on for this piece !!
Very nice. The woman is also like your Goth mistress, too. Is the black uniform yours? Do not be so coy. I was never one for grosse Ordenschnallen, but this is a nice piece you show us.
Thank you, I take quite a few precautions to ensure my Wool items are never contaminated by human oils, dander or tiny creatures.
Ursula Andress was hardly a tiny creature, and I would be happy to be contaminated by her. Less so by the other one of the present era--though she is a smart woman and reads Schopenhauer. I am less smitten with her, really. But Ursula Undress was certainly a feature of my youth, with all that implied in a more innocent and somehow much freer age despite fall out shelters, 35 cent leaded high octane gas, and such.
Staying within the confines of Sweden is not so bad, a lot of indoor time for producing Movies during those extraordinary Winters.
I do intend to keep this related to SS Cloth. I am working my way forward before I go backward to the most interesting Companion of Coco Chanel. Now if Herr FB can produce a picture of her Wartime lover in Uniform my Holidays will be very joyous indeed.
Those are also very pleasing vimmin there. My taste is very retrograde, mind you.
But the Coco Chanel thing is a bridge too far for me, though I saw the recent film about her and Stravinsky.
I am afraid I draw a lump of coal with that one, actually.
I am actually quite fond of certain vimmin of the era 1933-45, i.e. Zarah Leander who was also a Swede.
Or Marika Roekk, the Hungarian answer to Ginger Rogers in a way. But with a very pleasing voice, too.
Last edited by Friedrich-Berthold; 12-27-2010 at 04:46 AM.