Book Review: Hollywood and History, Costume Design in Film : The Original Prop Blog – Jason DeBord's TV and Movie Prop Memorabilia Resource

Book Review: Hollywood and History, Costume Design in Film : The Original Prop Blog – Jason DeBord's TV and Movie Prop Memorabilia Resource

George Barbier - c. 1910 - Golden Comb with the Effigy of King Alfonso XII of Spain

George Barbier - c. 1910 - Golden Comb with the Effigy of King Alfonso XII of Spain

1909 theatrical costume design

World of Miniature Bears - RABBIT - 5" Mini Mohair Bunny - Sparse White

1909 theatrical costume design

A Victorian riding habit costume worn by Samantha Eggar in the film "Doctor Dolittle" (1967). Costume design by Ray Aghayan.

A Victorian riding habit costume worn by Samantha Eggar in the film "Doctor Dolittle" (1967). Costume design by Ray Aghayan.

Costume Design Scetch from "My Fair Lady". Costume for Audrey Hepburn to wear as Eliza Doolitle

Costume Design Scetch from "My Fair Lady". Costume for Audrey Hepburn to wear as Eliza Doolitle

Costume worn by Anne Hathaway as Fantine, in the film adaption of the Broadway musical Les Miserables, based on the novel by Victor Hugo. Costume design by Paco Delgado.

Costume worn by Anne Hathaway as Fantine, in the film adaption of the Broadway musical Les Miserables, based on the novel by Victor Hugo. Costume design by Paco Delgado.

Plunkett's concept sketch of the gown Scarlett wears to Ashley's birthday party, in keeping with Margaret Mitchell's description of the gown as being green (which was Mitchell's favorite color).

Lady In Red

Plunkett's concept sketch of the gown Scarlett wears to Ashley's birthday party, in keeping with Margaret Mitchell's description of the gown as being green (which was Mitchell's favorite color).

Black velvet period coat, Designed by Irene Sharaff. Worn by Donna Reed as “Gladys Hallward” in the final scene of the film in The Picture of Dorian Gray” (1945).

Black velvet period coat, Designed by Irene Sharaff. Worn by Donna Reed as “Gladys Hallward” in the final scene of the film in The Picture of Dorian Gray” (1945).

Walter Plunkett costume sketch for Scarlett O'Hara (costume does not appear in film).

Walter Plunkett costume sketch for Scarlett O'Hara (costume does not appear in film).

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