Elizabeth Taylor's dress from 'A Place in the Sun'
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Another of Edith Heads' design for Elizabeth Taylor in " a Place in the Sun." The ultimate prom dress, copied over and over through the years.
A delicately glamorous gown for "A Place in the Sun" designed by Edith Head for Elizabeth Taylor
Edith Head’s costume sketch for Elizabeth Taylor’s dress in A Place In the Sun
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Edith Head sketch for Elizabeth Taylor in "A Place In The Sun"... 1951
1951’s A Place in the Sun. Elizabeth Taylor's gown by Edith Head
An Edith Head sketch for 'A Place In The Sun', 1950 (b&w).
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Costume design by Edith Head for Elizabeth Taylor in “A Place in the Sun” (1951)
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Edith Head sketch for Elizabeth Taylor in A Place in the Sun (1951). You can tell she knew she was designing for Elizabeth Taylor.My husband use to always say he thought I looked like E. Taylor and I became a Taylor when I married him and had a hair style like this and a figure very much like Liz!
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Edith Head Costume Sketch of Elizabeth Taylor costume - original costume design sketch, pencil & watercolor on paper, signed "Edith Head" features Elizabeth Taylor as she appeared in the film production of "A Place In The Sun" (1951), for which Head received Academy Award for best Costume Design (might not have been done by Head - she often used sketch artists & frequently copied from fashion designers' work for her movie costumes)
Fashion Sketch: Elizabeth Taylor's costume design for A Place in the Sun by Edith Head
(Sheryl Luke of Walk in Wonderland, Olivia Lopez of Lust for Life) Today I'm excited to share a recent project of custom fashion illustrations I was commissioned to sketch by Love Gold of sixteen top fashion bloggers. They had me sketch each blogger and gifted the illustrations to them at an intimate LA dinner party kicking off the holidays and the Love Gold #hintingseason campaign. Each guest received their custom sketch upon arriving at the dinner table where their sketches were essentially used as large place card settings. It was so great to get tweets and instagrams from the bloggers excitedly arriving at their seats to find my sketches! (Samantha Hutchison of Could I Have That, Jenny Ong of Neon Blush, Aimee Song of Song of Style and Julie Sarinana of Sincerely Jules) For this project Love Gold sent me the guest list with links to the fashion blogs they represent and I was given cart blanche to choose posts from their blogs that I thought would make the best sketches. I also needed to incorporate some gold jewelry into each illustration, as the event was showcasing Love Gold. I picked photos with poses and outfits that I was excited to sketch and added in gold bangles, necklaces and/or earrings to compliment each sketch. You can see more of the fashion blogger sketches I drew for Love Gold in this little video I shared on Instagram. And for rates on group custom illustrations to give at your next party or event you can email me at FabulousDoodles@gmail.com.
(Bob Mackie sketch while working under Edith Head) Seeing all the fun costumes out and about today for Halloween has gotten be thinking about all the costume designers and costume illustrations that I love so much. If you've been following Fabulous Doodles a while now you probably know I started out wanting to be a costume designer and even dabbled in the field interning in various wardrobe departments in college followed by a stint as a wardrobe supervisor on an off Broadway show. Although these vintage designs are nothing like the productions I worked on but a girl can dream! I'm mean how utterly spectacular is this Bob Mackie design while working under fellow costume design legend Edith Head?! (shown above) (Edith Head sketch of Elizabeth Taylor for "A Place in the Sun") Speaking of, it should be noted that Edith Head is the only woman to have won 8 Academy Awards and a whopping 35 nominations spanning her career. She was Hollywood's leading costume designer, a favorite among leading ladies and even earned a star on the Walk of Fame. Head designed for countless classic movies including A Place in the Sun (shown above), Sunset Boulevard, Roman Holiday, Sabrina, The Ten Commandments, and Funny Face. (Cecil Beaton design for "My Fair Lady") This next vintage costume design illustration is by another Academy Award winner, Cecil Beaton. Beaton won the Oscar in Costume Design for this very production (shown above) My Fair Lady. He was also an acclaimed photographer and worked as a staff photographer for Vogue earlier on in his career. (Edith Head for "Sweet Charity") Last but not least is another wonderful Edith Head illustration. This design was for the 1969 film Sweet Charity directed by Bob Fosse. I love modern cut of this 60's mini dress and all the call outs for diamond, palliates and ankle jewels. To see more of my favorite vintage costume design illustration you can pop on over to my costume design Pinterest board. Hope your having a fabulous Halloween!
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༻❁༺ ❤️ ༻❁༺ Elizabeth Taylor in "Cleopatra" (1963) | Elizabeth Rosemond "Liz" Taylor, DBE (February 27, 1932 – March 23, 2011) was a British-American actress. From her early years as a child star with MGM, she became one of the great screen actresses of Hollywood's Golden Age. As one of the world's most famous film stars, Taylor was recognized for her acting ability and for her glamorous lifestyle, beauty, and distinctive dark blue eyes, which famously appeared to be violet. ༻❁༺ ❤️ ༻❁༺
Elizabeth Taylor in one of my favorite movies of all time!
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Elizabeth Taylor, "Cleopatra" (1963).
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Dame Elizabeth Rosemond "Liz" Taylor, DBE (February 27, 1932 – March 23, 2011) was a British-American actress. From her early years as a child star with MGM, she became one of the great screen actresses of Hollywood's Golden Age. As one of the world's most famous film stars, Taylor was recognized for her acting ability and for her glamorous lifestyle, beauty and distinctive violet eyes.
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Elizabeth Taylor & Eddie Fisher, one of her husbands.
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As I look forward to seeing the red carpet and acceptance speeches at the Oscar's this evening, what better time to look back at the fashion's that have come before. A '30s fashion moment for Helen Hayes, Best Actress winner for The Sin of Madelon Claudet at the 5th Annual Academy Awards. Hayes' elegant black sleeveless gown was a creation accented with satin gloves and a corsage. The Oscar backdrop was the Ambassador Hotel, just days after the election of FDR. Maureen O'Hara kicked up the glam for the first ceremony held at the Shrine Auditorium at the 19th Annual Academy Awards. Her black satin strapless gown had a touch of lace, and was luxuriously accented with a shimmering sequined fur stole and muff. A braided hairpiece ribbon necklace and gave her a signature look formal touch. SOPHIA LOREN at the 30th Annual Academy Awards was regal in a silk damask ballgown seamed and fitted at the waist. A tiara completed the look for this royal Italian beauty. The simplicity of a draped neckline and waist Complemented dazzling diamond earrings in ELIZABETH Taylor's elegant look at the 32nd Annual Academy Awards. Bring on the curves and glam. At the height of the disco era and 51st Academy Awards, Mia Farrow attended the Oscars in a white halter gown with a glittery flame accent. A sheer stole, teardrop pendant, and box-style purse were her accessories of choice. At the dawn of a new decade, GOLDIE HAWN earned an Oscar nomination for PRIVATE BENJAMIN and represented the bold fashion times in black satin with pink polka dots and voluminous ruffles. All these ladies have a few things in common. Other than the obvious talent these ladies have at their craft, they all look like movie stars. What do you think? xo, Christina All photos found at Oscar.com
Elizabeth Taylor: A Fashion Icon--A Photo Look Back
Elizabeth Taylor photographed by Mark Shaw, 1956
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Elizabeth Taylor by Mark Shaw, 1956 Love her look here. I think my mom "in-law" kind of looks like Liz
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Elizabeth Taylor by Mark Shaw, 1956. "Repinned by Keva xo".
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Elizabeth Taylor in "A Place in the Sun" by A. L. Whitey Schafer (Paramount, 1951). Portrait Still (10" X 13").. ... (Total: 1 Item)
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A. L. ‘Whitey’ Schafer:Elizabeth Taylor - A Place in the Sun (George Stevens, 1951).
Elizabeth Taylor in "A Place in the Sun" portrait collar dress by Edith Head
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David Bowie and Elizabeth Taylor in Beverly Hills photographed by Terry O’Neill in 1975
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David Bowie and Elizabeth Taylor, 1975. “Love me, say you do. Let me fly away with you, for my love is like the wind; and wild is the wind.” ― David Bowie. #DavidBowie #Music #Rock #Quotes #Art
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"Your dresses should be tight enough to show you're a woman and loose enough to prove you're a lady." Edith Head costume designer #timetravelcostumes @TimeTravelStyle
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"Your dresses should be tight enough to show you're a woman & loose enough to show you're a lady." (Edith Head, Hollywood Fashion Designer)
"Your dresses should be tight enough to show you're a woman and loose enough to show you're a lady." -- Edith Head
Edith Head was nominated for 35 times and won 8 Oscars for costume design. She's dressed Audrey Hepburn, Grace Kelly, Elizabeth Tayor and Ava Gardner just to name a few. Today, October 28th is her birthday!
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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
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#retro #funny #quotes #picture Think about doing this but then i feel bad that my patients won't have any entertainment ! MUST GO IN AND MAKE THEM LAUGH!
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Elizabeth Taylor's stunning floral-bodiced off-the-shoulder sweeper...
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Edith Head design for Elizabeth Taylor in 'A Place in the Sun', 1951; reminds me a little bit of my wedding dress
Below we find the dress that Elizabeth Taylor wore in "A Place in the Sun" 1951 with Montgomery Clift. The bustline was covered with fabric daisies and this style was what all the girls wanted for prom that year. #Vintage #Fashion #FashionSketches #FashionIllustrations #Art
Copy of Edith Head sketch for Elizabeth Taylor in George Steven's 'A Place in the Sun'. #fashion illustration #illustration
Edith Head sketch for Elizabeth Taylor in A Place in the Sun 1951. The dress was so popular, especially for proms, that it's still copied today. Yes, yet another iconic moment with Elizabeth Taylor.
Edith Head design for Elizabeth Taylor, this gown was duplicated as wedding dresses and prom dresses for years after the film.
Edith Head Costume Design sketch for Elizabeth Taylor's fabulous white gown in A Place in the Sun.
Edith Head sketch of Elizabeth Taylor’s dress in “A Place in the Sun”, 1951
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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
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This pale blue silk period gown was worn by Elizabeth Taylor with a gauze overlay, fitted bodice with back eyelet closure and a sash, ruffled short sleeves, and a full skirt embroidered with delicate silver bullion and rhinestones. Costumes were designed by Elizabeth Haffenden for Beau Brummell (1954)
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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.
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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.
Irene Sharaff - Costumes de Théâtre - Esquisses et Croquis - Doctor Faustus - Elizabeth Taylor - Hélène de Troie - Oxford University Dramatic Society - 1966
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Edith Head sketch for Lucille Ball
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Edith Head costume design sketches for Lucille Ball and guest stars from The Lucy Show or Here’s Lucy. (CBS-TV, 1962-68 and 1968-74)
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(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)
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Elizabeth Taylor’s La Peregrina, a natural-pearl necklace with cultured pearls, diamonds, and rubies, 16th century, gift from Richard Burton
The La Peregrina pearl and Cartier diamond, ruby and cultured pearl necklace made for Elizabeth Taylor, 1969. La Peregrina, a natural pearl of historical significance, was once the property of Princess Zinaida Yusupova.
Liz Taylor 'La Peregrina' Pearl Necklace by Cartier. The pearl known as la Peregrina has lived up to its name by the number of times it has travelled. King Phillip II of Spain gave this Spanish pearl to England's Queen Mary I, whom he married.
Elizabeth Taylor's La Peregrina, a natural-pearl necklace with cultured pearls, diamonds, and rubies, 16th century, gift from Richard Burton “The most perfect pearl in the world.”
The La Peregrina pearl set by Cartier Elizabeth Taylor Jewelry at christies Dec. 2011. La Peregrina, a natural pearl, diamond, ruby and cultured pearl necklace. Price Realized: $11,842,500 WORLD AUCTION RECORD FOR A PEARL JEWEL Queen Mary I also owned that pearl!
Elizabeth Taylor's La Peregrina Pearl. The pearl was once the property of Princess Yusupova (mother of Felix Yusupov, the man said to have killed Rasputin). Richard Burton bid for the pearl at auction; Miss Taylor designed the diamond, ruby and cultured pearl necklace with Al Durante of Cartier in 1972. KA
La Peregrina, a natural-pearl necklace with cultured pearls, diamonds, and rubies, 16th century, gift from Richard Burton to Elizabeth Taylor. Elizabeth commissioned Cartier to make this spectacular mounting.
Liz Taylor's jewels auction :the high bid of the night was the La Peregrina, a natural pearl, diamond, ruby and cultured pearl necklace by Cartier that sold for 11.8 million after fees. It set the world record for a pearl sold at auction. The pearl has some history behind it: It was discovered by a slave in the Gulf of Panama in the 1500s and belonged to King Philip II of Spain. He gave it to Queen Mary 1 st of England
La Peregrina pearl mounted as pendant on a pearl, ruby and diamond necklace designed by Cartier in 1969 "La Peregrina" owned by Elizabeth Taylor is set as a pendant to a necklace made out of pearls, rubies and diamonds. The necklace was designed by Cartier, after the pearl was purchased by Richard Burton at a Sotheby's auction in 1969. The necklace is a double-stranded pearl necklace interspersed with equally spaced floral patterns eight in number, each having a ruby centre.
A Fond Farewell for Elizabeth Taylor
Elizabeth Taylor as Maggie 'The Cat' in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, 1958 ONE OF MYALLTIME FAVORITE MOVIES