Grace Jones looks great in everything, even a pair of automobile jumper cables. That's what she had wrapped around her waist and hips when she visited the Georgette Klinger salon in Beverly Hills recently. Her other accessories were "huge Chanel gold-and-pearl earrings, the biggest I've ever seen," says salon manager Maureen Dunbar. Before Jones--and her cables--hit the road again, she stocked up on beauty supplies and had a four-mask facial treatment.
That Matchabelli Girl
Andie MacDowell may be the much-talked about star of "sex, lies and videotape," but her upcoming role as spokesperson for a new Prince Matchabelli fragrance is shrouded in secrecy. Even the name of the scent is hush-hush, although Listen did learn from someone in the know that "the theme of the fragance is the moon and the stars" and MacDowell was signed for the advertising campaign before her latest movie hit. The mystery scent will go on sale next spring in department stores and will be the first Prince Matchabelli fragrance, Wind Song included, not to be sold immediately in drug stores and other mass merchandisers.
Survey of Smackers
Is Jessica Rabbit really more kissable than Liz Taylor? And would more women really rather smooch with the Joker than with Batman? Yes, according to a survey of men and women over 18 conducted by Herpecin-L Lip Balm. Asked "Which well-known personalities do you find most kissable?" Male respondents said they'd much rather make kissy-face with Ms. Rabbit than Malcolm Forbes' favorite date, La Liz. And although Batman Michael Keaton was outscored by his on-screen nemesis, Jack Nicholson, neither could match the kissability of Mad Max Mel Gibson, whose most Lethal Weapon must be his lips. Super-pouts Michelle Pfeiffer and Kim Basinger get the most male votes for pucker power.