Elizabeth Taylor's dress from 'A Place in the Sun'

Costume design by Edith Head for Elizabeth Taylor in “A Place in the Sun” (1951)

Elizabeth Taylor

Elizabeth Taylor

Elizabeth Taylor

Elizabeth Taylor

Elizabeth Taylor photographed by Mark Shaw, 1956

Elizabeth Taylor in "A Place in the Sun" by A. L. Whitey Schafer (Paramount, 1951). Portrait Still (10" X 13").. ... (Total: 1 Item)

David Bowie and Elizabeth Taylor in Beverly Hills photographed by Terry O’Neill in 1975

Edith Head

Elizabeth Taylor Love is Better Than Ever Production-Made Dress....

Grace Kelly and Elizabeth Taylor Ms. Taylor's flying style consisted of mid-calf length full skirt shirtdress, silhouette of a pulled in waist, notorious gloves

John Fernie

Elizabeth Taylor's stunning floral-bodiced off-the-shoulder sweeper...

This second gown was worn by Elizabeth Taylor in 1954 for the film “Beau Brummell” . This period film tells the story of Beau Brummell, played by Stewart Granger who trades a military career for looking good after he insults the Crown Prince. Peter Ustinov plays The Prince of Wales in the film. Taylor portrayed the character of Lady Patricia. Costumes were designed by Elizabeth Haffenden

Elizabeth Taylor C. 1961

Elizabeth Taylor

No overview of film costumes would be complete around here if there weren’t a couple illustrations to throw into the mix. This pair, by Irene Sharaff, are from Doctor Faustus, the 1967 Richard Burton vehicle (he directed and starred) where Elizabeth makes a brief appearance as Helen of Troy.

Edith Head sketch for Lucille Ball

(La Peregrina – The Legendary Pearl 16th Century Pearl Ruby and Diamond Necklace designed by Elizabeth Taylor, with Al Durante of Cartier Gift from Richard Burton, January 23, 1969 Estimate: $2,000,000 – 3,000,000)

Elizabeth Taylor as Maggie 'The Cat' in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, 1958 ONE OF MYALLTIME FAVORITE MOVIES