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and i love that pic of the gothic families! i think its adorable! esp the one with the baby....:finds creepyness cute:
I think they belong to the same movement. They are just two different angles of it... I also think you could combine the two.
Perhaps the trend with Mickey Mouse shirts is a foreplay to the child-like angle of this trend.
The Lolita film discussion is interesting. Perhaps the whole movement/trend has sprung from Hollywood? I mean, there have been a lot of films with that theme as of late.
Found this list on the net:
- Carrol Baker in "Baby doll" (1956)
- Sue Lyon in "Lolita" (1962)
- Dominique Swain in "Lolita" (1997) & "Face off"
- Vanessa Paradis in "White wedding"
- Kirsten Dunst in "The virgin suicides"
- Anna Paquin in "The 25h Hour"
- Isild Le besco in "La puce" and "Sade"
- Winona Ryder in "Great balls of fire"
- Jane March in "The lover"
- Scarlett Johansson in "The man who wasn't there"
- Brooke Shields in "Pretty baby"
- Jodie Foster in "Taxi Driver"
- Leelee Sobieski in "Eyes wide shut" and "L'idole"
- Elodie Bouchez in "Stan the flasher"
- Mena Suvari in "American beauty"
- Natalie Portman in "Léon" and "Beautiful girls"
- Christina Ricci in "Buffalo '66"
- Thora Birch in "Ghost world"
- Alison Lohman in "Matchstick Men"
- Charlotte Gainsbourg in "Charlotte forever"
- Liv Tyler in "Stealing beauty"
- Vanessa Paradis in "Elisa"
- Maïwenn in "La gamine"
- Marie Gillain in "Mon père ce héros"
- Catherine Demongeot in "Zazie in the metro"
- Judith Vittet in "The city of lost children"
- Misha Barton in "Lawn dogs"
- Vahina Giocante in "Marie baie des anges"
- Ludivine Sagnier in "Water drops on burning rocks"
Also found this book:
This book deals with the Hollywood nymphet (this apparently being a different word for lolita).
Those first Anna Molinari's posted...!
I loved the book. I've only seen the Lolita with Dominique Swain, and the styling is so cute. I was really impressed by her acting, I'm surprised why she hasn't worked more often..?
I'm loving this style, it's very apropiate for teens, instead of 'ladylike'. But I hate this lolita-gothic-japanese style, I prefer it in a more romantic and naïf way.
Always miniskirts, and babydoll dresses. I'm 17 and I feel so good in a lolita-hippy style. Philosophy by AF 05 (loving this collection)