Greta Garbo, arguably the most beautiful woman to ever appear on the silver screen will become a paper doll book created by one of the outstanding artists of today, Norma Lu Meehan. Norma Lu's exquisitely detailed work has been the basis of several museum paper doll books and make the artist extremely well qualified to render Garbos costumes accurately and with true fashion flair. Famed Hollywood designer, Adrian, created Garbos film wardrobes in such famous films as Camille, Anna Karenina, Grand Hotel, Mata Hari and Ninotcha.
Garbo came from Sweden when movies were still silent and her incredible beauty and dramatic emoting made her a sensation. When she made Anna Christie the advertising campaign proclaimed Garbo Talks and she conquered talkies. The star famously shunned publicity with her famous tagline, I vant to be alone, and after her retirement from the movies in 1941, she spent the rest of her long life dodging the press.
Norma Lus Greta Garbo paper doll book will be a tribute to a great beauty and the glorious fashion image the legendary star created on the screen. It is scheduled to be published in 2009.