Fashion in Film…and Hollywood Costumes

These iconic film fashions and more were spotlighted in Kimberly Truhler’s first class on The History of Fashion in Film, a webinar held on November 17 that examined the onscreen style of The 1920’s – The Jazz Age

Clara Bow in It (1927), costume design by Travis Banton

A little black dress - revolutionary!

A little black dress – revolutionary!

Fashion forward: casual knit top, pleated skirt…

Louise Brooks in Pandora’s Box (1929), costume design by Jean Patou

A “black widow” look for a courtroom scene

A bare back with slim, jeweled strap

These Hollywood costumes are among those to be featured on December 6th, the first  installment of Turner Classic Movies’ month-long Friday Night Spotlight showcase on Hollywood Costumes and costume designers…

Marlene Dietrich in Blonde Venus (1932), costume design by Travis Banton

Fur and sparkle (and Cary Grant)

Ingrid Bergman in Casablanca (1942), costume design by Orry-Kelly

Warm weather wear for travel in Morocco

Warm weather wear for travel in Morocco

Greta Garbo in Anna Karenina (1935), costume design by Adrian

Aristocratic elegance

Aristocratic elegance

Click here  for more on Kimberly Truhler’s History of Fashion in Film webinar series and TCM’s December Friday Night Spotlight on Hollywood Costumes.

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About The Lady Eve

I blog mostly on classic film - here, there and everywhere - but mainly on my primary blog: http://eves-reel-life.blogspot.com/
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