Elizabeth Taylor

March 23rd, 2011 by HFL Staff received Comments Off

If there is anything biographical you wish to know about this Hollywood legend and Dame we at Hotelfashionland refer you to the most  copious and prestigious obituary pre- written and ready to print by the benchmarker of who’s who in recorded losses of the day …. The New York Times.

As for personal observations we loved her, her exquisite beauty, her ability to savor all the senses, her incredible passions, the phenomenal strength and bravery with which she lent her voice and starpower to fight AIDS when so many had blinders in place, her understanding of Michael another gift to all, as a rare human who could live above the dirty minds of others, her ability to survive and inspire others to do the same. Death be damned.

Taylor Photographed by Herb Ritts. February 11, 1991 on Zuma Beach in Malibu, California.

At a Mosque in Shiraz, Iran- June, 1976 Photographed by FIROOZ ZAHEDI

Taylor and Richard Burton in Vincente Minnelli’s “The Sandpiper” (1965).

Helmut Newton photographed Taylor relaxing in a swimming pool in 1985.

Taylor and Burton on holiday in 1967 with her children, (from left) Maria Burton, Michael Wilding Jr., Christopher Wilding, and Liza Todd, Maria Burton– and dog, “Ofei.”

Taylor in golden headdress and robes as Egyptian ruler Cleopatra, on the Rome set of the 1963 Joseph L. Mankiewicz film “Cleopatra”.

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