Edith Head vintage Hollywood fashion sketch / scarlet and red evening gown and cape.

Edith Head vintage Hollywood fashion sketch / scarlet and red evening gown and cape, from movie Lucy Gallant.

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The Sketch Artist: 18 Classic Film Costume Designs by Edith Head

Edith Head design sketch for Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast With Tiffanys

Edith Head, sketch of Grace Kelly’s dress in “To Catch a Thief”, 1955

octobermoonlight: “ Edith Head, sketch of Grace Kelly’s dress in “To Catch a Thief”, 1955 ”

Original Edith Head costume sketch for Jane Wyman in  "LUCY GALLANT" (1956)

Edith Head costume sketch for Jane Wyman, from Lucy Gallant , (Paramount Pictures,

Gres, Bergdorf Goodman Archives.  http://www.pinterest.com/adisavoiaditrev/

A gown by Madame Gres, Bergdorf Goodman Archives.

sketch of costume from "Broadway Through a Keyhole", 1933

Costume sketch for 'Broadway Through a Keyhole', 1933

Fashion Sketches, Fashion Illustrations, Fashion Design, Fashion Sketchbook, Fashion Drawings

Costume Design by Edith Head for an Unidentified Production Profiles in History

Edith Head costume sketche for unidentified productions

Edith Head sketch for Hope Lange in A Pocket Full of Miracles (1961)

Illustration - Edith Head Sketch for Hope Lange in "A Pocket Full of Miracles", 1961

hand drawn Edith Head costume sketch in pencil & gouache labeled in handwritten pencil, “Liz Taylor A Place In The Sun” & signed "Edith Head" - features Elizabeth Taylor’s character “Angela Vickers” in a chocolate brown, bare shouldered, stole dress w/ yellow flower at waist & white gloves. Head won the 1952 Academy Award for Best Costume Design for her work on this film (Paramount, 1951)

Edith Head costume sketch in pencil & gouache labeled in handwritten pencil, “Liz Taylor A Place In The Sun”

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Edith Head vintage costume sketch for Grace Kelly in To Catch A Thief

Edith Head costume sketch for Pat Crowley in Red Garters, 1954.

Edith Head costume sketch for Pat Crowley in Red Garters,

Rosemary Clooney in 'White Christmas' (1954). Costume Designer: Edith Head

Rosemary Clooney in 'White Christmas' Costume Designer: Edith Head-my favourite holiday movie ever!

Original costume design sketches for Esther Williams by Helen Rose.

style-on-screen: “ Original costume design sketches for Esther Williams by Helen Rose.

2. Vestido rojo de lentejuelas con ribetes de piel blanca USADA Por Rosemary Clooney en Navidades blancas (1954) de Michael Curtiz.

Illustration - Edith Head sketch for Rosemary Clooney in White Christmas, 1954

Edith Head costume sketch for Shirley MacLaine as “Louisa May Foster” in What a Way to Go! (1964)

Drawings of some of the costumes Edith Head designed for Shirley MacLaine for the film What a Way to Go Moss Mabry designed the men’s wardrobe. Both Head and Mabry received nominations for.

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