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Diseñadores: Irene Lentz ( 1900-1962)

En 1943 sucede a Adrian como jefa de diseño de MGM, vistió a Carole Lombard, Claudette Colbert, Lana Turner en "El cartero siempre llama dos veces" y, en dos ocasiones, a su amiga Doris Day.

Dress, Evening Irene  (American) Date: ca. 1935 Culture: American Medium: silk

oscars1960-irene Doris Day

IRENE LENTZ | Irene Lentz Design, Town & Country March, 1953 p.10 | Irene Lentz

Irene evening dress, c.1950, USA, Gift of The Fashion Group. Collection of The Museum at FIT #TurnofStyle / Irene Lentz was a legendary Hollywood costume designer. She made clothing for over fifty films, but movie stars wore her glamorous creations off-screen as well. The Los Angeles Times referred to Irene as “California’s couturier.”

Barbara Stanwyck models a short, but stunning, wrap for cool summer evenings. White cashmere sweater boasts Flatina fox collar. The dress is of white shantung.1956

Du Barry was a lady, 1943. Vestuario de IRENE. Maravillosa blusa verde

Lucille Ball in Du Barry was a lady, 1943. Costume Supervisor IRENE.

Retrato de Carole Lombard vestida por IRENE para la promoción de To be or not to be, 1942.

En 1942 Irene diseña el vestuario de la comedia de Lubitsch To be or not to be, protagonizada por Carole Lombard, que moriría dos meses después del estreno en un accidente aéreo.

Esther Williams with Irene Lentz

An Irene Blue Silk Taffeta and Off-White Tulle Ball Gown, 1940s

Irene Lentz

Stirred, Straight Up, with a Twist

Carole Lombard in "To be or Not to be" 1942. C. Lombard's costumes by Irene.