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- Bella Hadid just walked the runway for Haider Ackermann during Paris Fashion Week.
- Hadid channeled Universal Classic Monster movies and Winona Ryder in Beetlejuice in a bouffant black wig.
- The model also freed the nipple for Vivienne Westwood.
Walking in Haider Ackermann's Paris Fashion Week show, to debut the designer's Womenswear Fall/Winter 2020/2021 collection, Hadid was unrecognizable in an all-black outfit.
And this was far from Hadid's only show-stopping look during Paris Fashion Week. The model freed the nipple in a seriously sheer dress for Vivienne Westwood, which managed to be both ultra feminine and extremely revealing.
Hadid celebrated the Harper's BAZAAR: First in Fashion exhibition (opens in new tab) at the Musée des Arts Décoratifs in Paris this week. Posting about the event on Instagram, the model wrote, "the opening of the Harpers Bazaar: First in Fashion exhibition, International Fashion Gala, with @balenciaga ... celebrating @glendabailey and 150 years of the most iconic @harpersbazaarus shoots and covers to date. Everyone needs to go see this exhibition in Paris. Absolutely inspiring and beautiful. Proud to be a part of this , thank you @balenciaga @cedriccharbit for having me at your table, and the Boss @demnagvasalia for making this masterpiece of a dress.... 🖤Best time , best group !!! 🖤🖤🖤🖤."
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In Photos: Vintage Snaps of Celebrities On Set
1928: Clara Bow
Iconic 1920s film star Clara Bow is joined on the set of her film <em>The Fleet's In </em>by actor Richard Arlen and his dog, Scotty.
1931: Jean Harlow
Jean Harlow rests on a dolly between shots on the set of <em>The Beast of the City. </em>
1932: Bette Davis and Joan Blondell
Bette Davis (right) smiles next to her costar, Joan Blondell, during a beach shoot for their movie <em>Three on a Match</em> in 1932.
1932: Lilian Harvey
Lilian Harvey strikes a pose on set in 1932. She starred alongside Cicely Courtneidge in <em>Happy Ever After </em>and mostly worked on German films (her father was German, while her mother was English).
1936: Mae West
Mae West meets with director Raoul Walsh before shooting a scene for her 1936 film <em>Klondike Annie. </em>
1936: Shirley Temple
Eight-year-old child actress, Shirley Temple, takes a break during a busy day of filming. The actress starred in films like <em>Heidi </em>and <em>The Little Princess </em>throughout out her career and<em> </em>started in the industry at the age of three.
1936: Marlene Dietrich
Marlene Dietrich takes a smoke break while wearing a turban for her role in <em>The Garden of Allah. </em>
1941: Bette Davis
Bette Davis sinks her feet into the sand as she takes a break while filming a scene in Death Valley, California for <em>The Bridge Came C.O.D. </em>in 1941. The actress wasn't exactly dressed appropriately for the beach in her fur-trimmed jacket.
1942: Joan Crawford
While on set for <em>Possessed, </em>Joan Crawford listens to notes from director Curtis Bernhardt. A clear sign the actress is in-between takes? The knitting needles in her hand, <a href="http://historyknits.blogspot.com/2013/03/famous-knitters-joan-crawford.html" target="_blank">a hobby she enjoyed </a>whenever she had free time on set.
1947: Rita Hayworth and Orson Welles
On the brink of divorce, Rita Hayworth joins her director husband on the Columbia Pictures set of their latest movie: <em>The Lady from Shanghai. </em>The couple was granted a divorce shortly after, which took a year to finalize, after being together for four years.
1948: Humphrey Bogart and Lauren Bacall
Lauren Bacall leans on the shoulder of her husband and costar, Humphrey Bogart, while waiting on the set of their film <em>Key Largo</em>. After <a href="https://www.harpersbazaar.com/celebrity/g31038655/lauren-bacall-life-in-photos/?slide=9" target="_blank">meeting on the set</a> of <em>To Have and Have Not, </em>this was the couple's third collaboration.
1948: Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli
A 2-year-old Liza Minnelli visits her mother, Judy Garland, on the set of <em>Words and Music </em>in 1948.
1950: Grace Kelly
As a young actress, Grace Kelly dons a nurses outfit for an episode of CBS's anthology series <em>Studio One in Hollywood </em>in 1950. The actress and future Princess of Monaco would move on to starring in films.
1951: Marlon Brando and Vivien Leigh
Costars Marlon Brando and Vivien Leigh chat during a break from filming <em>A Streetcar Named Desire</em>. Method actor Brando was nominated for an Oscar for his portrayal of Stanley Kowalski, but has said revealed he <a href="https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2008/10/27/method-man" target="_blank">detested playing the character</a>.
1952: Lana Turner
Lana Turner pays a visit to the makeup chair to get done up for her scene in <em>The Bad and the Beautiful </em>in 1952.
1952: Vera-Ellen and Nancy Davis Reagan
While on the set of <em>The Belle of New York</em>, dancer and actress Vera-Ellen chats with future First Lady Nancy Reagan, while watching Fred Astaire dance during a take.
1953: Grace Kelly
During a break, Grace Kelly takes a nap in the sun on the set of <em>Mogambo</em>, a movie she starred in alongside Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart.
1953: Lauren Bacall, Betty Grable, and Marilyn Monroe
The trio of stars from 20th Century Fox's film <em>How to Marry a Millionaire </em>take a break during filming to touch up their hair and makeup.
1953: Marilyn Monroe
Marilyn Monroe's famous platinum blonde curls are tended to by someone in the makeup department, while the actress films a scene for <em>How to Marry a Millionaire.</em>
1954: Rosemary Clooney and Bing Crosby
Rosemary Clooney catches up with her costar, Bing Crosby, who's casually reclining in a director's chair, in-between filming scenes for <em>White Christmas</em>.
1955: Marilyn Monroe
The iconic shot of Marilyn Monroe for her film, <em>The Seven Year Itch, </em>was taken during a shoot with director Billy Wilder in 1955.
1955: Elizabeth Taylor
Elizabeth Taylor applies her own makeup, a skill the star was <a href="https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/lists/12-elizabeth-taylor-s-red-carpet-beauty-secrets-1186451/item/her-favorite-eyeliner-was-matte-grey-1186535" target="_blank">known for on her movie sets</a>, on the set of <em>Giant </em>in 1955.
1955: Grace Kelly and Alfred Hitchcock
Legendary director Alfred Hitchcock joins his leading lady, Grace Kelly, for tea on the set of <em>To Catch a Thief</em>.
1955: Natalie Wood and James Dean
Child star Natalie Wood goofs around with her costar, James Dean, while on the set of <em>Rebel Without a Cause</em>.
1956: Audrey Hepburn
While in character filming the movie <em>War and Peace </em>in 1956, Audrey Hepburn sketches on a notepad. The actress starred alongside her husband, Mel Ferrer.
1956: Gregory Peck and Lauren Bacall
Lauren Bacall and costar Gregory Peck pose by the pool at The Beverly Hills Hotel, where they filmed their 1957 film <em>Designing Woman</em>.
1957: Ava Gardner
Ava Gardner sits back and relaxes with a Coca-Cola while on the set of her film <em>The Sun Also Rises</em>, which she shot in France and Spain.
1957: Jayne Mansfield and Joan Collins
Jayne Mansfield and Joan Collins pop out of a trailer on the set of their film, <em>The Wayward Bus,</em> in 1957. The film was an adaption of John Steinbeck's novel and was one of Mansfield's first major roles in film.
1960: Jane Fonda
Jane Fonda chats with her <em>Tall Story </em>costar, Anthony Perkins, while the two take a coffee break on the Warner Bros. set.
1960: Janet Leigh
<em>Psycho </em>actress Janet Leigh touches up her makeup in-between scenes on the set of the classic thriller movie.
1960: Sophia Loren
Sophia Loren takes a break from filming in 1960. For <em>A Breath of Scandal, </em>the Italian actress donned a full length ball gown, elbow-length gloves, and a tiara.
1961: Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, and Eddie Fisher
Elizabeth Taylor sits on her husband Eddie Fisher's lap while he visits her on the set of <em>Cleopatra </em>in Rome. The couple are seen talking to Taylor's costar, Richard Burton, whom the actress would eventually leave Fisher to marry.
1962: Catherine Deneuve
French actress Catherine Deneuve is seen filming the famous wedding scene in Roger Vadim's movie <em>Vice and Virtue</em>. Vadim, a well-known French director, was involved with the actress at the time. The two eventually split and Vadim married Jane Fonda a year later.
1963: Tippi Hedren
Clad in an olive green suit and pearls, Tippi Hedren poses on the set of Alfred Hitchcock's <em>The Birds</em>. The actress worked with the famous director on both the 1963 thriller and <em>Marnie </em>a year later, but recalls their professional career ending <a href="https://variety.com/2017/film/news/tippi-hedren-alfred-hitchcock-the-birds-sexual-harassment-1202637959/" target="_blank">after she refuted his sexual advances</a>.
1963: Jane Fonda
Jane Fonda touches up her lipstick on the set of <em>Sunday in New York</em>.
1963: Brigitte Bardot
Iconic French actress, Brigitte Bardot, makes sure her signature blonde bouffant was just right before shooting a scene for <em>Le Mepris</em>.
1965: Audrey Hepburn
Sporting a fashionable, short beehive, Audrey Hepburn enjoys a quiet moment on set in 1965.
1966: Natalie Wood
Natalie Wood is descended upon by a team of makeup and hairstylists, who were tasked with touching the actress up on the set of <em>The Property is Condemned. </em>
1966: Ursula Andress
Ursula Andress is photographed on the set of <em>Casino Royale. </em>The Swiss actress was the "It" girl of the moment.
1968: Mia Farrow
Mia Farrow preps before a scene for <em>Rosemary's Baby</em>. The burgeoning actress, and wife of Frank Sinatra at the time, won the Academy Award for her role in the 1968 film.
1968: Faye Dunaway
Faye Dunaway shares a laugh with director Vittorio de Sica on the set of <em>A Place for Lovers</em>, which was shot on location in Cortina d'Ampezzo in the Alps.
1968: Julie Andrews and Blake Edwards
On the set of <em>Darling Lilies </em>director Blake Edwards shares a magazine with his future wife, and lead actress of the film, Julie Andrews.
1969: Sharon Tate
A pregnant Sharon Tate is photographed in hair and makeup while filming her final film <em>12 + 1.</em>
1971: Raquel Welch
Raquel Welch kicks a ball around in a Chelsea soccer uniform while filming <em>Hannie Caulder </em>in Arizona.
1977: Katharine Ross and Michael Caine
Actress Katharine Ross sits on the sidelines with costar Michael Caine as they film the disaster movie <em>The Swarm</em> on location in 1977.
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Amy Mackelden is a freelance writer, editor, and disability activist. Her bylines include Harper's BAZAAR, Nicki Swift, Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, ELLE, The Independent, Bustle, Healthline, and HelloGiggles. She co-edited The Emma Press Anthology of Illness, and previously spent all of her money on Kylie Cosmetics.
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