Only one person makes us want to pick up the habit of smoking, and believe it or not, it's not Bette Davis.
Sir Noël Coward
December 16, 1899 - March 26, 1973
He was the lifelong friend of, and found muses in, the likes of Gertrude Lawrence and Marlene Dietrich; he wrote some of the most scintillating, witty plays of the 20th century; he was described as having complete disdain for the modern gay scene; and he capped his career by co-starring in the Elizabeth Taylor/Richard Burton/Tennessee Williams fiasco, Boom! (1968). Basically, we want to be Sir Noël Coward. Or at least have his wardrobe. And accessories.