Garbo is a brilliant Art Deco style shooting star, named after the great silver screen goddess, Greta Garbo. A true Hollywood star of silent and classical film, this piece exudes Greta’s grace and glamour, and lays atop our house favorite sparkling, lilac lurex.
Color/Fabric: Lavender lurex turban
Measurements: One size fits all. For more sizing info, see terms.
Greta Garbo certainly did shoot for the stars, and in the 1930's was one of the highest paid women in America. A shooting star is gone in a flash, but sure to leave a trail, and Garbo was a trailblazer to say the least. With a career spanning only 19 years, she managed to at one point hold the title as MGM's "biggest asset," as her first 3 films amounted to 13 percent of the companies profits in 1925-1926. Her sexuality, passion, mysteriousness, and elusiveness made her one of the most fascinating women in history.