Adrian

adriano21c: Quem conhece você e convive com você, sabe a mãe maravilhosa que você é e é por essa razão, meu amor , que hoje nesta data tão especial eu não poderia deixar de expressar minha admiração, e render a minha homenagem à uma mãe tão dedicada, e uma mulher tão valiosa como você.
Que Deus te proteja e guarde, meu amor ,enchendo seu caminho de luz e possibilitando à você a realização de todos os seus sonhos, por mais impossíveis que pareçam.
Ser mãe, é um privilégio, e ao mesmo tempo uma sublime missão, que você tem executado com a bravura de uma heroína.
Feliz Dia das Mães!🎉🎉🌹🌹🍁🌷💐👨‍👩‍👦‍👦👑👑👑❤️@manudri

Those who know you and live with you  know the wonderful mother that you are and that’s why, my love, today on this special day  I could not help but express my admiration and render my tribute to a mother so devoted, and a woman as valuable as you.
May God protect and keep you, my love, filling your way of light and allowing you to carry out all your dreams, no matter how impossible they may seem.
Being a mother is a privilege, while a sublime mission, you have run with the bravery of a hero.
Happy Mother’s Day! 🎉🎉🌹🌹🍁🌷💐👨👩👦👦👑👑👑❤️

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Lucille Ball is usually best remembered for I Love Lucy, her groundbreaking comedy series that ultimately made her famous. However, by the time I Love Lucy began airing, Ball had already had a long film career.  She appeared in numerous films in the 1930s and ‘40s, and was a contract player with RKO and later MGM, though she never attained stardom in film, often being called “Queen of the B’s”

One of Lucille Ball’s better known films was the 1943 Du Barry Was A Lady. Most of the 18th Century inspired gowns in the film were reused from the 1938 film, Marie Antoinette.  This heavily detailed dress, designed by Adrian, was first worn by the star of Marie Antoinette, Norma Shearer in the title role.  Ball wore several of Shearer’s gowns as Madame Du Barry. 

Costume Credit: Katie S.

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Adrian leaning on a desk WIP. Still not satisfied with a lot of things, but you work at them one at a time. Also, things that work fine in line work don’t work as well with painterly effects. In general this is a massive learning experience for me.