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Costume Designer Dolly Tree Myrna Loy | Designer, Dolly Tree on Pinterest | Myrna Loy, Tree Designs and ...

Costume Designer Dolly Tree Myrna Loy | Designer, Dolly Tree on Pinterest | Myrna Loy, Tree Designs and ...

Dolly Tree, Hollywood costume designer

Dolly Tree, Hollywood costume designer

art deco postcard by dolly tree the first evening dress

art deco postcard by dolly tree the first evening dress

Myrna Loy by Laszlo Willinger, 1938.

Myrna Loy by Laszlo Willinger, 1938.

Jean Harlow on the set of Saratoga (1937), Wearing a Dolly Tree design. I love how shimmery it is!

Jean Harlow on the set of Saratoga (1937), Wearing a Dolly Tree design. I love how shimmery it is!

Dolly Tree

Dolly Tree

In Manhattan Melodrama shown below from 1934, Dolly Tree designed a fabulous backless gown for Myrna Loy. It is especially striking with the long gloves and hat.

In Manhattan Melodrama shown below from 1934, Dolly Tree designed a fabulous backless gown for Myrna Loy. It is especially striking with the long gloves and hat.

Myrna Loy robe from "I Love You Again" (1940) designed by Dolly Tree

Myrna Loy robe from "I Love You Again" (1940) designed by Dolly Tree

Dolly Tree illustration

Dolly Tree illustration

Dolly Tree -  In New York in the late 1920's she became famous for creating the quintessensial 1890's look for Mae West and it is believed that she was one of the first designers to propogate the use of the strapless evening gown. Finally Dolly Tree became one of Hollywood's major screen designers, working for MGM during the 1930's. Here she maintained the style and glamour of costume for which MGM was famous, designing elegant creations for Myrna Loy, Harlow, Rosalind Russell, & Judy…

Dolly Tree - In New York in the late 1920's she became famous for creating the quintessensial 1890's look for Mae West and it is believed that she was one of the first designers to propogate the use of the strapless evening gown. Finally Dolly Tree became one of Hollywood's major screen designers, working for MGM during the 1930's. Here she maintained the style and glamour of costume for which MGM was famous, designing elegant creations for Myrna Loy, Harlow, Rosalind Russell, & Judy…

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