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  • Kathy Crawford

    Medieval Dress - (P) Lana Turner champagne velvet pearl-encrusted period court gown by Walter Plunkett, from Diane MGM 1955

  • Jennie Burt

    This was the style of costume that inspired my choice of wedding dress. Costume designed by Walter Plunkett for Lana Turner in “Diane” (1955). From Profiles in History

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    Costume designed by Walter Plunkett for Lana Turner in Diane (1955). | Raddest Women's Fashion Looks On The Internet: http://www.raddestshe.com

  • Barb Smith

    Lana Turner “Diane de Poitiers” champagne velvet pearl-encrusted period court gown by Walter Plunkett from Diane, one of the most lushly costumed historical dramas ever produced. (MGM, 1955)

  • Ellissa Kline

    Costume designed by Walter Plunkett for Lana Turner in “Diane” (1955), via Profiles in History (clothing reference)

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Typical of Restoration Court dress (1660s), the gown is made in a beautiful blue and gold silk brocade (other colour combinations available) with matching plain blue silks and satins and adornments of silk taffeta ribbon - very popular in the seventeenth century. An element of artistic licence was used with the representative shift sleeves (the undersleeve part), by using a silk rather than lawn or linen, but this seems appropriate to a wedding / court gown.

Blue and green gown- from Ladies' Home Journal, December 1952

fripperiesandfobs: Costume designed by Walter Plunkett for Lana Turner in “Diane” (1955). From Profiles in History

Could this be the most beautiful dress on the planet???

I decide that each female charter of the book deserves a wardrobe Because their men can afford it we sent Fritz on a little errand and this nis what he came back with. Beth would love this

Pink gown by Sebsgrammy, these would be so pretty as bridesmaids dresses!!! You could do each one in a different pastel color!

Dior wedding gown worn by Jane Easter when she married John William Straub, 1955. Purchased at Marshall Field & Company Bridal Salon via Chicago History Museum

An exclusive bridal collection of 1920's Art Deco style Flapper Wedding Gowns from the best online store all around the globe.

Jacques Doucet, Ball Gown of Embroidered Peach Silk Velvet with Metallic Floral Decoration. Paris, 1898-1900.

Custom madeTudor Anne bolyne Henry the 8th to your by Steampunkage, £220.00 Beautiful but the line of the bodice is all wrong.