Discussion in 'Celebrities' started by Daisy, Feb 1, 2012.
Skinny icon in the 60s.
I love her.
She had some kind of grace about her, at least in the photoes.
bringing this thread back. i really like how quirky she was and she was another skinny from back in the day!
She was Warhol's muse wasn't she?
Love, Love, Love.
I got so into everything Warhol a couple years ago, and Sedgwick was my obsession <3 I read a few books about her life story ( and her oh-so-brief rise, and fall ... She had an ED throughout her short life, and of course got into all possible and imaginable drugs (those were the days!..)
Anyone saw Ciao!Manhattan ? I'm still hypnotized everytime I watch it.
Definitely not someone to look up to, still she was a true artist in her own ways- just too damaged...
Is it just me or does she look kinda like Agyness in that close-up? I love Edie
Yes, from my side the same. I even doubt if it's really Sedie or just look that is inspired by her. But it's the only photo like that. In all other she looks so unique, in my opinion. I am a big fan of her, but still I couldn't define what type of face/appearance does she have, she is so recognizable.
Wow. She is lovely, she reminds me a bit of Frida Gustavsson too. Anyone else see this?
Love this qute from Edie:
Those last two pictures are definitely not Edie!
the last one is, but you are right the 3rd one isnt atall! hahah
i know it is yea i realized that immediately after posting it
You guys.. I love Edie Sedgwick. I have a beautiful biography of her with tons of photos that I will eventually scan, if anyone's interested...
Can you We are obsessed with Edie!!! Guess how many times we've seen ciao manhattan!!!!
***ballet tights and heavy lashes all year long ***
is it the jean stein one. I've been looking every where for it!!
would you have any idea where i can find a copy??? the best ive found of ciao manhattan is a DVD for like £60 at the very cheapest. i'd love to see it one day!
I like her face better then Twiggy's both are ubber dupper cute and so skinny
---Yes I can you a pm for the full link...or you can watch it on youtube
---I agree she's much prettier than Twiggy
...the rest are on the channel's playlist...
I have both the Jean Stein book and "Girl on Fire" by Melissa Painter and David Weisman, which I think was released in response to the Factory Girl movie starring Sienna Miller. I promise I'll post some scans when I get the chance!
I've read the Jean Stein book and would recommend it to anyone, so incredible. It's a complete emotional hurricane in a biography, you get so wrapped up in the lifestyle, seriously, read it!
Aww that'd be lovely !!