Moore soon became part of what is now known as Hollywood's "Flapper Triumvirate" that included actresses Louise Brooks and Clara Bow
Think Louise Brooks or Clara Bow
who glamorised the look.
Since then, eyebrow desirability has waxed (quite literally) and waned throughout the decades, from Clara Bow
's thin, pencilled-on arches in the Twenties, to the major facial architecture of Eighties Brooke Shields and today's Cara Delevingne.
Gloria Swanson, Will Rogers, Charlie Chaplin, John Barrymore, Buster Keaton, Harold Lloyd, Jack Warner, Clara Bow
, Marion Davies and Rudolph Valentino soon followed.
"She reminds me of Claudette Colbert, Clara Bow
and Jean Harlow."
A Joan Crawford dress, John Huston's The Treasure of the Sierra Madre draft screenplay and a nude portrait of actress Clara Bow
, commissioned by her lover, Dracula star Bela Lugosi, will also be sold at Bonhams in November.
A Janet Gaynor B Clara Bow
C Mary Pickford D Norma Shearer All puzzles in this supplement are supplied by Sirius Media Services.
Her blog, Celebrity Gossip, Academic Style, features a particularly insightful post about silent film star Clara Bow
and her "flesh impact." The term was coined by Billy Wilder, once a film director in the Hollywood studio system.
Born in Manhattan in 1900 to parents whose name in Russia had been Zagorsky, she studied journalism at Columbia, worked at the New York Globe copy desk, and by 24 was in Hollywood, where she wrote a Clara Bow
film and married another screenwriter.
For while he's out of an outstanding mare in Clara Bow
, also the dam of the Grade 1-placed Turtle Bow and high-class Ballydoyle stayer Age Of Aquarius, he's by the German Group 3-winning sprinter Dyhim Diamond, a son of Night Shift now at stud in Spain.
Many of these stars have become part of the mythology of Hollywood: Buster Keaton, Rudolph Valentino, Gloria Swanson, Clara Bow
and Greta Garbo.
rose to fame in the Roaring Twenties as the "It Girl." It, explains the novel on which Bow's famous character was based, is "that strange magnetism which attracts both sexes ...