The "JANE GOODALL"

The "JANE GOODALL": The British primatologist known as the world's foremost expert on chimpanzees. She began observing chimpanzees in Gombe in 1960 and it continues to be the longest running wildlife project.



The "LISBETH SALANDER"

The "LISBETH SALANDER" (also known as The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo). The lead character in the award-winning Millennium book series written by Stieg Larsson. Portrayed by Noomi Repace (Swedish) and Rooney Mara (American) in the films.


The "HARLEY QUINN (Suicide Squad)"

The "HARLEY QUINN (Suicide Squad)": After seeing Suicide Squad, I had to make another Harley! Margot Robbie is awesome!


The "HARLEY QUINN"

The "HARLEY QUINN": Suicide Squad Day! The awesome baddie who is obsessed with the Joker and usually tags along as his accomplice and girlfriend. Character originally created by Paul Dini, Bruce Timm, and voiced by Arleen Sorkin.


The "REY"

The "REY": Portrayed by Daisy Ridley who is one of the newest protagonists introduced in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.



The "AUDREY HEPBURN"

The "AUDREY HEPBURN": Screen legend and fashion icon, Audrey Hepburn is known for many successful films such as Roman Holiday, My Fair Lady, Charade, and Sabrina. Most notably (to me), her portrayal of Holly Golightly in Breakfast at Tiffany's.



The "MARGAERY TYRELL"

The "MARGAERY TYRELL": Portrayed by Natalie Dormer in Game of Thrones who recently came to a shocking end. >_< Teacup inspired by her season 3 outfits when she was at her finest (not to mention having some of the best costumes in the show).



The "DOWAGER COUNTESS OF GRANTHAM"

The "DOWAGER COUNTESS OF GRANTHAM": Violet Crawley, portrayed by Maggie Smith, was the sharp-tongued granny of Downton Abbey. "Don't be defeatist dear, it's very middle class." (Episode 2.8)


The "ARWEN EVENSTAR"

The "ARWEN EVENSTAR": Portrayed by Liv Tyler, known as the elven lady who married mortal king Aragorn in the Lord of the Rings. Arwen gave Aragorn her signature jewel, the "Evenstar" before he departs on his quest.


The "CLEOPATRA"

The "CLEOPATRA": famously portrayed by Elizabeth Taylor in 1963 where she initially earned the Guinness World Record title for "most costume changes in a film."