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Grace Kelly and Cary Grant - To Catch a Thief

pink isn't my fav color, but I do like this-To Catch a Thief_Grace Kelly, Cary Grant coral top, skirt_front full

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"To Catch A Thief" is one of the most stylish movies in the history of cinema. The chemistry between Grace and Cary, the costumes designed by Edith Head, the

10 movies from the 1950s that every fashion lover should watch: Grace Kelly in To Catch a Thief

The '50s Films That Every Fashion Girl Should Watch

To Catch a Thief, 1955 Costume design: Edith Head black halterneck beach top, drawstring-tie white linen skirt, large white beach bag and white wide-brimmed straw hat worn by Grace Kelly

Grace Kelly / To catch a Thief.  This two-piece rose crepe outfit worn by Grace Kelly's character 'Frances Stevens' in To Catch a Thief, 1955 comprises a short-sleeve top which has heavy white wool embroidery, and knee-length full-pleated skirt with drop waist. This is a signature costume for her, as she sweeps Cary Grant away on a fast and sexy scenic drive in a Sunbeam Alpine.   Part of the Debbie Reynolds memorabilia auction, 2011.  Estimate pre auction: $30000 - $50000   #fashion…

Grace Kelly / To catch a Thief. This two-piece rose crepe outfit worn by Grace Kelly's character 'Frances Stevens' in To Catch a Thief

Dress Grace wore in the picnic scene in To Catch a Thief. It is on display in Grace exhibit,McCord Museum of Montreal, until Oct 6/13

Dress Grace wore in the picnic scene in To Catch a Thief. It is on display in Grace exhibition.

Walk Don't Run (1966) Directed by Charles Walters, starring Cary Grant, Samantha Eggar, Jim Hutton, and George Takei. During the housing shortage of the Summer Olympic Games in 1964 Tokyo, a distinguished British businessman and an Olympic athlete are forced to share a tiny apartment with a forthright American woman. Cary Grant's last feature film.

Walk Don't Run (1966) Directed by Charles Walters, starring Cary Grant, Samantha Eggar, Jim Hutton, and George Takei. During the housing shortage of the Summer Olympic Games in 1964 Tokyo, a distinguished British businessman and an Olympic athlete are forced to share a tiny apartment with a forthright American woman. Cary Grant's last feature film.

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