dalida7star:

Brigitte Bardot

dalida7star:

Brigitte Bardot

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deforest:

Joan Crawford on the set of Love on the Run (1936)

deforest:

Joan Crawford on the set of Love on the Run (1936)

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indypendent-thinking:

Louise Brooks

indypendent-thinking:

Louise Brooks

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gatabella:

Marlene Dietrich and director Frank Borzage on the set of Desire, 1936

gatabella:

Marlene Dietrich and director Frank Borzage on the set of Desire, 1936

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vivelareine:

When Gilbert Adrian began to design his sumptuous, extravagant gowns for MGM’s Marie Antoinette, the feature was intended to be filmed in color. Adrian spared no expense in choosing the most extravagant of fabrics, colors and designs for his pieces—much to the ire of the MGM heads who balked at the increasingly high production cost for the film. When Sidney Franklin was replaced as director by W.S. Van Dyke, the decision was made to cut the plans for technicolor and film Marie Antoinette in black and white to curb the already bloated budget for the film. The result was that many of Adrian’s gowns, as seen in the film, appear in extremes of black or white—such as a gown worn by Anita Louise as the princesse de Lamballe, which appears entirely black on film but was in fact purple; or the apparently white ballgown worn by Norma Shearer which was actually a brilliant shade of light blue.

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omgthatdress:

Dress
Callot Soeurs, 1922-1925
The Victoria & Albert Museum

omgthatdress:

Dress

Callot Soeurs, 1922-1925

The Victoria & Albert Museum

fyeah-haroldlloyd:

Judy King has a proposition for Harold - “Girl Shy” (1924)

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