Diamonds are a girl’s best friend, and Eva Longoria is no exception. That’s why when the Telenovela star hits the red carpet, she often pairs her real diamonds with…
One of the most photographed women in the world, Elizabeth Taylor was a woman of style and substance, whose appeal has lost none of its potency. – Vogue Exclusive:…
AD’s West Coast editor Mayer Rus sits down to shrimp cocktail and a cobb salad with Charlie Scheips, project director of the Elizabeth Taylor Archive, to talk about what…
This Friday, Getty Images Gallery will celebrate the 30th anniversary of Taylor’s philanthropic achievements with a major photography exhibition in London. The show, titled “Grit and Glamour,” will feature…
“An icon transcends time. Liz was so fabulous and decadent and had a style that evolved with the years…and I’m sure I’ll be married just as many times!”
It was November of 2010 when I first drove up to 700 Nimes Road in Bel-Air, the most glamorous neighbourhood of Los Angeles. As the gates opened, I entered...
Elizabeth Taylor defined modern celebrity and is considered the last classic Hollywood icon. As such, she continues to captivate and inspire the worlds of fashion, film, and philanthropy today.
A feminist and a trailblazer, Elizabeth Taylor was the first woman to be paid $1 million to appear in a film (“Cleopatra”), was the first celebrity to launch a fragrance brand, and was awarded three Oscars throughout her career. She went on to use her celebrity to stand up and advocate for those affected by the AIDS epidemic, to co-found amFAR and to found The Elizabeth Taylor AIDS Foundation.
Elizabeth Taylor reminds us that our lives are shaped by our passion and our courage to channel every ounce of ourselves into all that we do.
Elizabeth Taylor is considered one of the last true movie stars to have come out of the Hollywood studio system. After a stellar performance in National Velvet (1944) at just the age of 12, she went on to star in some of the most famous films in Hollywood history. Her natural beauty, flawless acting skills, and famous violet eyes charmed adoring fans in films like Giant (1956), Raintree County (1957), Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1958), Suddenly, Last Summer (1959), Cleopatra (1963), and Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (1966).
Elizabeth Taylor appeared in over 50 films and is hailed as one of the most legendary actresses of all time.
To date ETAF has provided grants to more than 675 organizations in 44 countries and 42 states in the U.S.
- Let Jane Birkin, Elizabeth Taylor and Grace Kelly show you how to dress for the heatwave in style http://www.telegraph.co.uk/fashion/style/let-jane-birkin-elizabeth-taylor-and-grace-kelly-show-you-how-to/the-mercury-might-be-rising-but-a-fifties-style-summer-dress-lik/ via @TeleFashion
- RT @ET_AIDS_FDN: TODAY at @Macys! Get a $5 Fashion Pass for 25% off! Proceeds benefit @CFDA & @ET_AIDS_FDN. https://t.co/MRiGWpI7iU
- Martha Tholanah, this year's recipient of the Elizabeth Taylor Human Rights Award, is a shining light of inspiration https://twitter.com/ET_AIDS_FDN/status/755311621707272192
- On its 50th anniversary, here are 5 reasons to love Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf http://www.ew.com/article/2016/06/21/whos-afraid-of-virginia-woolf-50th-anniversary via @EW
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