Natacha Rambova & Rudolph Valentino........  Excuse the intrusion of the chap on my 'beautiful women' board but he is rather dishy, isn't he?

Natacha Rambova & Rudolph Valentino........ Excuse the intrusion of the chap on my 'beautiful women' board but he is rather dishy, isn't he?

Natacha Rambova (January 19, 1897 – June 5, 1966) was an American silent film costume and set designer, artistic director, screenwriter, producer and occasional actress. Later in life she worked as a mildly successful fashion designer and Egyptologist. She is best known as the second wife of film star Rudolph Valentino. VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPHY

Natacha Rambova (January 19, 1897 – June 5, 1966) was an American silent film costume and set designer, artistic director, screenwriter, producer and occasional actress. Later in life she worked as a mildly successful fashion designer and Egyptologist. She is best known as the second wife of film star Rudolph Valentino. VINTAGE PHOTOGRAPHY

Natacha Rambova - silent film costume and set designer. Born in SLC. Grandaughter of Heber C. Kimball and married to actor Valentino.

Natacha Rambova - silent film costume and set designer. Born in SLC. Grandaughter of Heber C. Kimball and married to actor Valentino.

"Rudolph Valentino and wife Natacha Rambova leave LA by train in 1925. This is about as casual as one would get in the 1920’s when traveling via train!" via@girlflapper

"Rudolph Valentino and wife Natacha Rambova leave LA by train in 1925. This is about as casual as one would get in the 1920’s when traveling via train!" via@girlflapper

Natacha Rambova, aka my former self :) Seriously, she was a strong, brilliant bitch that was a principal in Kosloff's ballet troupe, a costume and set designer for movies, the love of Valentino's life, screenwriter, an acclaimed Egyptologist, discoverer of Adrian (designer for "Wizard of Oz") and Myrna Loy, and author.

Natacha Rambova, aka my former self :) Seriously, she was a strong, brilliant bitch that was a principal in Kosloff's ballet troupe, a costume and set designer for movies, the love of Valentino's life, screenwriter, an acclaimed Egyptologist, discoverer of Adrian (designer for "Wizard of Oz") and Myrna Loy, and author.

Natacha Rambova,Rudolph Valentino,Turban,Silent Film,Vamps,Long Hair,It Was,Dress

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