Fascinating, comprehensive reference work provides biographical/career data for major American, British, and French designers since 1909: Theoni V. Aldredge (The Great Gatsby), Edith Head, (The Greatest Show on Earth), Orry-Kelly (An American in Paris), Irene Sharaff (Funny Gi... read more
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Fascinating, comprehensive reference work provides biographical/career data for major American, British, and French designers since 1909: Theoni V. Aldredge (The Great Gatsby), Edith Head, (The Greatest Show on Earth), Orry-Kelly (An American in Paris), Irene Sharaff (Funny Girl) and many others. Updated to 1988. 177 illustrations, invaluable index of 6,000 films.
Reprint of the Frederick Ungar Publishing Co., New York, 1977 edition.
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