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The White Countess (2005) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Natasha Richardson and Ralph Fiennes costumes from "The White Countess" 2005

My Fair Lady -- Audrey Hepburn -- Photo by Cecil Beaton

Audrey Hepburn in a costume for the film version of My Fair Lady, 1963 © Cecil Beaton Studio Archive at Sotheby’s Courtesy Cecil Beaton

FANTASY & MEDIEVAL WONDERFULL FASHION

style gown and stomacher designed by James Acheson, construction by Anne Hadley and Martin Adams ("Dangerous Liaisons," 1988 film) from the collection of Glenn Close

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screengoddess: “ Dorothy Arnold - Greenwich Village Follies 1922 photo by Edwin Bower Hesser ”

forthegothicheroine:  Gothic Heroine Tip: Collars that make you look like a bat can confuse vampires.  Also, they are very pretty.   True! V...

this is an example of jagged line. because, the collars on both the jacket and the dress are not straight lines but rather shaped like bat wings

Costume Designed  Worn by Anna Pavlova Made by Madame Mayna  1923-1925 Museum of London

Ballet Dress of white spotted net with tiered skirt, festooned with artificial flowers, designed and worn by ballet dancer Anna Pavlova © Museum of London

Pourpoint de Rudolf Noureev pour le rôle du Prince Siegfried pour "Le Lac des cygnes", conçu par Nicholas Georgiadis en 1964.

Costume by Nicholas Giorgiadis for Rudolf Nureyev in the role of Prince Siegfried, Act I, in Swan Lake, Vienna State Opera Ballet, 1964

Audrey Hepburn photographed by Cecil Beaton for My Fair Lady

Audrey Hepburn + Cecil Beaton (photographer) + on the set of My Fair Lady + 1964

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