Legendary beauty Lauren Bacall dies at 89

Legendary beauty Lauren Bacall dies at 89
Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart arrive for Academy Awards ceremonies in Los Angeles on March 20, 1952. (LARRY SHARKEY / Los Angeles Times)

Actress and style icon Lauren Bacall died Tuesday age 89. Bacall, one of the most glamorous women of the 20th century, was a model (discovered at age 17 by the also legendary Diana Vreeland) and stage actress before breaking into film with a stunning debut at 19  in "To Have and Have Not" in 1944. Not long after, she famously married co-star Humphrey Bogart. [Los Angeles Times]

She never forgot her debt to high fashion and was a muse to designers including Yves Saint Laurent, writes Los Angeles Times Fashion Critic Booth Moore. [Los Angeles Times]

See photos of Bacall through the years in the accompanying gallery.

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