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Grace Kelly, "Rear Window," Paramount, Designed by Edith Head, The Collection of Motion Picture Costume Design: Larry McQueen

Gwyn Humble, "The Rebels," Universal, 1979, Designed by Jean-Pierre Dorleac, The Collection of Motion Picture Costume Design: Larry McQueen

Gwyn Humble, "The Rebels," Universal, Designed by Jean-Pierre Dorleac, The Collection of Motion Picture Costume Design: Larry McQueen

Caroll Baker, "Harlow," Paramount, 1965, designed by Edith Head, via The Collection of Motion Picture Costume Design: Larry McQueen.

Caroll Baker, "Harlow," Paramount, designed by Edith Head, via The Collection of Motion Picture Costume Design: Larry McQueen.

Edith Head surrounded by some of her fashion designs

Edith Head Biography Fashion Designer ( ) Edith Head was one of the most prolific costume designers i.

Crimson Peak - Costume Designer Kate Hawley - 24th Annual "Art of Motion Picture Costume Design" exhibition, FIDM Museum (Photo: Brianne Gillen)

Crimson Peak - Costume Designer Kate Hawley - Annual "Art of Motion Picture Costume Design" exhibition, FIDM Museum (Photo: Brianne Gillen)

American Hustle, costume design by Michael Wilkinson. FIDM's 22nd Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design exhibit - Tyranny Of Style

American Hustle, costume design by Michael Wilkinson. FIDM's Annual Art of Motion Picture Costume Design exhibit - Tyranny Of Style

Marilyn Monroe, "Some Like It Hot," United Artists, 1959, Designed by Orry-Kelly, The Collection of Motion Picture Costume Design: Larry McQueen

Marilyn Monroe, Some Like It Hot, United Artists, Designed by Orry-Kelly, The Collection of Motion Picture Costume Design: Larry McQueen

Renee Zellweger, "Chicago," Miramax, 2002, Designed by Colleen Atwood, The Collection of Motion Picture Costume Design: Larry McQueen

Renee Zellweger, "Chicago," Miramax, Designed by Colleen Atwood, The Collection of Motion Picture Costume Design: Larry McQueen

Diana Ross, "Lady Sings The Blues," Paramount, 1972, Designed by Ray Aghayan & Bob Mackie, The Collection of Motion Picture Costume Design: Larry McQueen

Diana Ross, "Lady Sings The Blues," Paramount, Designed by Ray Aghayan & Bob Mackie, via The Collection of Motion Picture Costume Design: Larry McQueen.

Glenn Close as the Marquise Isabelle de Merteuil Dangerous Liaisons. If I could have just one dress that was pure whimsy, it would be this one.

Glenn Close in 'Dangerous Liaisons'
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