Costume Designer


Costume Designer

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"The greeks have a word for them" costume by Coco Chanel

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"The greeks have a word for them" costume by Coco Chanel

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"Palmy Days" costumes by Coco Chanel

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"Palmy Days" costumes by Coco Chanel

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"Palmy Days" costumes by Coco Chanel

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"Palmy Days" costumes by Coco Chanel

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    the camellia pin in 1931 and still going strong.

"Tonight or Never" with Gloria Swanson, Coco Chanel costumes

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"Tonight or Never" with Gloria Swanson, Coco Chanel costumes

Bus Stop London: Tonight or Never!

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"Tonight or Never" with Gloria Swanson, Coco Chanel costumes

Bus Stop London: Tonight or Never!

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"Tonight or Never" with Gloria Swanson, Coco Chanel costumes

Bus Stop London: Tonight or Never!

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"Tonight or Never" with Gloria Swanson, Coco Chanel costumes

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"Tonight or Never" with Gloria Swanson, Coco Chanel costumes

Chanel in Hollywood

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by Travilla

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dress by Travilla

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Travilla

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Dress by Travilla

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Travilla

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Dress by Travilla

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Dress by Travilla

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William Travilla (March 22, 1920 – November 2, 1990) was an American costume designer for theatre, film, and television. He is perhaps best known for dressing Marilyn Monroe in eight of her films. Travilla created one of the most famous costumes in all of film – the pleated ivory cocktail dress Monroe wore in the 1955 film The Seven Year Itch. Monroe is wearing it while standing on a New York subway ventilation grate; the dress rises up around her as a train passes below ground.

Hollywood History: William Travilla » My Little Boudoir

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  • Cynthia Lambert
    Cynthia Lambert

    I was fortunate enough to wear some of his costumes. We had a retrospective of his work at a show in Atlanta when I was modeling. The iconic pleated dress from The Seven Year Itch was actually in the show, along with other Monroe costumes, such as the one from Bus Stop. Debbie Reynolds owned most of them, and lent them for the show.

  • Cynthia Lambert
    Cynthia Lambert

    He was a lovely man. So easy to talk to, and so generous with his time.

Horst P. Horst- The costume designer Adrian with his wife Janet Gaynor, 1939

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costume for Elizabeth Taylor by designed Edith Head ( The greatest costume designer in history)

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Woman of the Year costume by Adrian

Style: Katharine Hepburn in 'Woman of the Year'

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Woman of the Year costume by Adrian

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The Wizard of Oz, costume by Adrian

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