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Cinema Fashion


Cinema Fashion

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Natalie Wood in "Gypsy". 1962. Wardrobe by Orry-Kelly (nominated to the Oscar).

Marilyn Monroe in "Some like it hot". Wardrobe by Orry-Kelly (Oscar winner). 1959. This is the black version of the "naked dress" also worn by her in the movie.

Marilyn Monroe in "Some like it hot".Wardrobe by Orry-Kelly (Oscar winner).'59.The dress looks like Monroe is not wearing a dress at all.Made of nude chiffon lining,the top is sheer,other than a few silver & white appliqués strategically placed.Monroe wears no bra & the back of the dress falls into a deep V.O-K fit MM's dresses by tying a string around her legs just where her bottom ended so he knew where the fabric should cling & then sewed the garment onto her.

Kay Kendall, Mitzi Gaynor and Taina Elg in "Les Girls". 1957. Wardrobe by Orry Kelly. Oscar winner.

Kay Kendall, Mitzi Gaynor and Taina Elg (with Gene Kelly) in "Les Girls". Wardrobe by Orry Kelly. Oscar winner. 1957.

Top 10: The best fashion films and TV shows. From The Devil Wears Prada. The costumes were designed by Patricia Field of Sex and the City fame.

Top 10: The best fashion films and TV shows

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Kay Francis - 1934 - "Mandalay" - Costume design by Orry-Kelly

Bette Davis in "Ex-Lady". 1933 (gowns by Orry-Kelly)

Ginger Rogers in a dress by Orry-Kelly, costume designer for "Gold Diggers". 1933

Ginger Rogers wears a pajama of pale blue satin and ecru lace designed by Orry-Kelly for "42nd Street" (1933)

Olivia de Haviland in "It’s Love I’m After". 1937 Gowns by Orry-Kelly.

Designer of the week: Orry Kelly

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Olivia de Havilland in "It's love I'am after". 1937. Costumes: Orry Kelly.

Vivien Leigh as Scarlett O'Hara from the 1939 "Gone with the Wind" movie. Film designer Walter Plunkett spent months studying historical socities and private collections for costume pieces from the civil war period. This is one of the most beloved dresses from the movie.

Kay Francis in "Living on Velvet" (1935).Gowns by Orry-Kelly.

Kay Francis in "Mandalay". Costumes by Orry-Kelly. 1934

Marlene Dietrich in "The devil is a woman". Costumes by Travis Banton. 1935

Marlene Dietrich in "The devil is a woman". Wardrobe byTravis Banton. 1935

Marlene Dietrich in "Shangai Express" by Travis Banton. 1932

Mae West in "I'm No Angel" (1933). Wardrobe by Travis Banton.

Mae West in "I'm No Angel" (1933). Wardrobe by Travis Banton.

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Dorothy Lamour in "Swing high - Swing low". Costume designer Travis Banton. 1937

Dorothy Lamour, “Jungle Princess”, 1936 Costume by Edith Head

Lauren Bacall in "To have and have not". 1944. By Milo Anderson.

Rita Hayworth in "You were never lovelier". 1942. Irene's designs were incredibly sexy. She used lace, flesh-colored tones and displayed her mastery of illusion in Rita's gowns. Using suggestively placed jewels, sparkles, lace and embroidery, her gowns created the illusion that you were seeing more than you were actually seeing.

Carole Lombard in "No Man of Her Own", 1932, Costumes: Travis Banton