7 thoughts on “Glamour: Famous Gowns of the Silver Screen Exhibit, Part 1

  1. Where can I buy the book? The collection in the exhibition is beyond gorgeous.

  2. Just remembered that I saw “Medeia” several years ago–a pity Callas does not sing in it. You have to be in the right mood for this sort of drama, but as I recall the costumes are indeed wonderful. (As is this whole article.)

  3. These photos are amazing– such an incredible amount of detail and information about the construction of these pieces has been captured!

    I feel like I’ve been allowed to go up and examine and actually touch each costume!

    Thank you for this post, and I eagerly await the followup!

  4. You’ve done a wonderful job of presenting these costumes. I’ve had a lovely mini-vacation because of your work. Thank you so much.

  5. That was fascinating.
    Danilo Donati is one of my faves as he is not afraid to fly right off the wall. I was checking out your review of “Shrew” from 2015. You seem to think he designed Liz Taylor’s gowns for that film. He did not. Liz had, of course, to have her own designer so Irene Sharaff designed her stuff. I don’t think it holds up as well as Donati’s designs for everybody else in the film.

Comments are closed.