Explore Miriam Hopkins, 1930s Fashion and more!

Vogue , 1934

Miriam Hopkins on the cover of Vogue, January 1935 - "Vogue gazes ahead at the new mode like a clairvoyant, or like Miriam Hopkins on our cover, who wears a pair of enveloping burnouses (perfect for cruising), designed by Travis Banton.

This 1935 movie starring Miriam Hopkins was based on Thackeray's "Vanity Fair" and is most noted for being the first feature-length film completely in Technicolor. 4 page set, $35. To see more, click here  http://www.fancyephemera.com/classiccostume.html#BECKYSHARP

Miriam Hopkins 1 - Antique paper dolls and paper toys to make - Joyce hamillrawcliffe - Picasa Web Albums

Miriam Hopkins - Film Weekly - 15 July 1932

Miriam Hopkins - Film Weekly - 15 July 1932

Norma Shearer as Marie Antoinette

Paper Dolls of Hollywood Costume, by Brenda Sneathen Mattox who is a fashion history buff with a particular fondness for hollywood costume and classic movie stars.

Heavenly Blue Wedding – Sharon Souter – Picasa Nettalbum

Heavenly Blue Wedding – Sharon Souter – Picasa Nettalbum

75.2333: Ladies ' Demi-Toilette | dress | Paper Dolls | Dolls | National Museum of Play Online Collections | The Strong

75.2333: Ladies ' Demi-Toilette | dress | Paper Dolls | Dolls | National Museum of Play Online Collections | The Strong

Pinterest
Search