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An American in Paris

July 13, 2009

At the end of the day, how can you not be enthralled by a film that closes with an 18 minute ballet extraveganza that cost almost half a million dollars to make (and that was in 1951). Gene Kelly swoooooooon.

An American in Paris. Paris; it has a grand allure for sleek and sophistication. The only thing that people drink there is champagne and coffee. Deep down inside everyone has is a francophile. (Tom Cruise brain washed Katie Holmes into marrying him at the top of the Eiffel Tower. Barf)

Being a cinephile and fashion obsessor why wouldn’t I want to do the whole “live in Paris” for six months. This is now why I try to practise French everyday. Live the dream.

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Live that dream Lise.

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 This is an American Female in Paris. Milo Roberts.

Milo Roberts

You can see how they got the Oscar for best Costume Design with colours like this.

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I want a neckerchief!

Lis

Hello costume ball.

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Matching Eligible bachelors.

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Something about this image is wrong….

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 Ballet chic.

Lis Ballet

Young Miss Lise. Dressed in simple French chic. The accentuated neck lines go perfectly with her cute crop.

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How can you not love this man? He choreographed the whole film and feels comfortable wearing trousers like this.

Gene Kelly

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