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    2014

  • In Now Available! “FABULOUS FASHIONS of THE FEMME FATALES of FILM NOIR”. Paper doll book. The dark, moody mystery films of the ‘40s and ‘50s inspire this brand new book featuring four dolls based on the stars of Film Noir, dangerous dames as portrayed by Lauren Bacall, Barbara Stanwyck, Rita Hayworth, Joan Bennett. Eight pages of costumes from classics such as “Double Indemnity,” “Gilda,” “Scarlett Street” and more. Available later this year from Paper Studio Press.
  • In Archive Paper Dolls: “LITTLE WOMEN” 2014 "Little Women" Christmas Card inspired by the 1949 movie, a personal seasonal greeting from David Wolfe for friends and family. Not available for purchase.
  • In Now Available! "CONNIE FRANCIS" PAPER DOLL BOOK. She became most popular singer of the '50s with hits like "Who's Sorry Now?" and "Stupid Cupid." She had a brief movie career, starring in "Where the Boys Are" and several other frothy musicals. A true fashionista, her wardrobe was high style and this new book features many of her outfits from concerts, TV appearances and movies. Available soon from paperdollreview.com.


What's Coming Soon!

  • Work-in-Progress! "Ava Gardner Paper Doll Book." Authorized edition with 3 beautiful dolls and eight pages of sensational costumes from the sultry star's hit films of the '40s-'70s including Show Boat, The Barefoot Contessa, The Killers, The Snows of Kilimangaro and more. Available to order from www.paperdollreview.com
  • Work-in-Progress! "Hollywood Goes to Paris Paper Dolls." 4 dolls and 8 pages of costumes from movies that take place in the world of Paris fashion including Funny Face, Moulin Rouge, Can-Can, GiGi, Paris When it Sizzles, The Devil Wears Prada, Roberta, Lovely to Look At and more.
  • Work-in-Progress! "All Time Great Fashion Icons of the 20th Century." A book celebrating two women whose style, grace and beauty influenced women all around the world. First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy and Diana, Princess of Wales. Though decades apart, they each were admired and imitated. This new paper doll book will compare their public images and wardrobe similarities, both dressed for their public roles in the media spotlight.