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Architecture of Film: Edith Head, Architect of Film: Rear Window

Esquisse et Croquis - Edith Head - Costumière à Hollywood - Audrey Hepburn - Vacances Romaines avec Gregory Peck - 1953

Edith Head won an Academy Award for Best Costume Design for the costumes she designed for Audrey Hepburn in 'Roman Holiday.' This dress is worn by Princess Ann (Audrey Hepburn) in the beginning of the film.

Grace Kelly fashion design sketch by the amazing Edith Head. If I'm not mistaken, it's a costume from "Rear Window."

She was style; she was glamour; she was Grace. Costume design sketch by Edith Head for Grace Kelly in Hitchcock’s Rear Window. Costume design sketch by Edith Head for Grace Kelly in Hitchcock’s Rear Window via theinvisibleagent

Edith Head: Remembering 116 years of Edith Head

Edith Head: Remembering 116 years of Edith Head

Edith Head (October 1897 – October was an American costume designer who won eight Academy Awards, more than any other woman //

Edith Head: the genius behind so many beyond gorgeous and truly brilliant costumes in classic Hollywood films.

Google Celebrates Edith Head

E is for Edith Head  http://www.la-explorer.com/2013/08/classic-hollywood-from-to-z-e-is-for.html

Classic Hollywood from A to Z- E is for Edith Head

Designer Edith Head (October 1897 – October Legendary film costume designer with more than 30 Academy Award nominations.

1950s dress designed by Edith Head and worn by Jane Wyman in the  movie "Here Comes the Groom"

pink silk and lace with heavily detailed beading at the bodice designed by the legendary Edith Head. Jane Wyman wore this gown in the 1951 Paramount film “Here Comes the Groom”. Wyman starred opposite Bing Crosby in this musical comedy.

An Edith Head dress. She is quite possibly the best costume designer for film of all time! Her creations from the 30s,40s, and 50s are unrivaled.

Evening Gown, Edith Head: bias-cut chiffon, fully lined in crepe-backed satin." This gown was created by Edith Head for a fashion show to simulate Jean Harlow.

Below we find the dress that Elizabeth Taylor wore in "A Place in the Sun" 1951 with Montgomery Clift.  The bustline was covered with fabric daisies and this style was what all the girls wanted for prom that year.

Edith Head sketch for Elizabeth Taylor in "A Place in the Sun." This gown worn by Taylor became a popular gown style for prom dresses in the US during the

Grace Kelly wearing Edith Head

The 100 Most Iconic Dresses of All Time

Grace Kelly To Catch A Thief/.This was not a wedding dress in the movie. It was a formal worn to an evening that included dancing, but Grace Kelly & Cary Grant did not get married in the movie.

Grace Kelly design by Edith Head, 1955.  uploaded by www.1stand2ndtimearound.etsy.com

Un icono llamado Grace

Grace Kelly in a design by Edith Head, 1955 (publicity shot for To Catch A Thief, her last film for Alfred Hitchcock)

Edith Head’s sketch for Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast At Tiffany’s, 1961

Fashion Designers’ Sketches of Pop Culture’s Most Iconic Looks