Zita Charles is armed and dangerous and out to avenge her mother's murder. This femme fatale (French for fatal or deadly woman) looks the part in the grey suit from Integrity's "Daily Threads Gift Set". Her muff neatly conceals her gun (borrowed from Madame Alexander's Betrayal ensemble). A must have for any femme fatale is a fabulous hat, this one borrowed from Ashton Drake's "Lucky Stripe". Table from CED, telephone from Ashton Drake's "A Hot Day in Hollywood" accessory set, 1920's picture of Zita's look-alike mother from the Monolithic Press Archive Dossier Star File. This week's femme fatale is City Sleeker Zita Charles from Integrity.
|An old photo of Zita, circa 1940's|