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Another design by Edith Head. Grace Kelly wore this beautiful design in Rear Window. From msheburnscloset.blogspot.com

Grace Kelly in sheer Edith Head dress, Rear Window, 1954 YES. The "Rear Window" dress

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audrey hepburn in a givenchy wedding dress with black lace embellishments. Aside from my obsession all things hepburn.i love this dress!

Betty Davis in Jezebel. Edith Head design. From: forums.vintagefshionguild.org

costumes for the movie jezebel starring bette davis - The Infamous Red Dress! The dress was actually a deep shade of brown, as it best conveyed the concept of 'red' in a black and white film.

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Remember that moment when Holly Golightly, a., Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s, puts on that gorgeously simple black sheath dress? The dress

The pose that took the world by storm. An Edith Head design worn by Marilyn Monroe.

Marilyn Monroe in "Seven Year Itch" - famous skirt-blowing scene filmed on September 1954 at the corner of Lexington and Street.

Grace Kelly wore this design in To Catch a Thief. From keriannkelly.wordpress.com

beautiful mint satin Edith Head gown for Grace Kelly. Grace Kelly Academy Awards gown designed by Edith Head,

This is my favorite design of all time. Maggie the Cat from Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.

Liz Taylor as Maggie & Paul Newman, in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, one of my favorites. Liz is great, but Paul Newman really stands out!

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1942 Barbara Stanwyck, The Great Man's Lady black velvet gown w silver bugle beads designed by Edith Head

Barbara Stanwich in The Great Man's Lady. 1942. Design by Edith Head. Compliments of michenermuseum.org

Edith Head

1942 Barbara Stanwyck, The Great Man's Lady black velvet gown w silver bugle beads designed by Edith Head

More Stanwyck - 1941's Ball of Fire and The Lady Eve. From bullionstitchwardrobe.wordpress.com.

Costumes for Sugarpuss O'Shea from Ball of Fire. The one on the left is in the open of the novel.