Costume and set designer, artistic director, screenwriter, producer, actress, fashion designer
Natacha Rambova (January 19, 1897 – June 5, 1966) was an American film costume and set designer, best known for her marriage to Rudolph Valentino. Although they shared many interests such as art, poetry and spiritualism, his colleagues felt that she exercised too much control...Wikipedia
Age: 69 (age at death)
Born: 19th January, 1897, Salt Lake City, Utah
Died: 5th June, 1966, Pasadena, California
Height: 5' 8" (173 cm)
Claim to Fame: wife of Rudolph Valentino
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On her first meetings with Valentino: "It wasn`t love at first sight. I think it was good comradeship more than anything else."
I always told my mother that I would see to it that I would never have any children.
Bonhams & Butterfields` Entertainment Memorabilia auction on June 28, 2009 will include a wide range of collectible items from Hollywood`s golden past including Rudolph Valentino`s jacket and vest worn in the 1924 production of Monsieur Beaucaire (est. $4,000-6,000). The costume is comprised of two 18th Century-style period pieces including an ornate cotton and silk jacket adorned with gold-colored floral brocade and a corresponding crème-colored silk vest.
"Rudolph Valentino`s reputation as a heartthrob has stood the test of time. To this day, he continues to be... Read More
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She designed and gave Rudolph Valentino a gift of a platinum slave bracelet, which he took to his grave.
In 1925 she staged a "media event" when she traveled from Los Angeles to Paris to pose for photographer James Abbe at famous clothing designer Paul Poiret's salon. She modeled a pearl-embroidered white velvet gown and a chinchilla cloak, and declared Poiret her favorite couturier.
A penniless, skirt-chasing Italian nobleman finds love and scandal when he travels to New York City.