"Classic Drama Queens" pays tribute to stars and costume designs as seen on the screen in the '30s, '40s and '50s...Hollywood's Historic Golden Age.
The first volume of a super-sized new series, "David Wolfe's History of Hollywood Fashions," provides 6 paper dolls and 10 pages of costumes by famous designers for silver screen star, plus authoritative commentary by David Wolfe, the popular artist and Hollywood fashion historian.
Classic Drama Queens features Joan Crawford, Greta Garbo, Bette Davis, Irene Dunne, Greer Garson and Loretta Young, famous leading ladies from Hollywood's Golden Age. They starred in many important dramatic films, always dressed in beautiful costumes that added to their star quality. This new book, the first in a projected on-going series, spotlights 33 creative costume designs executed by talented designers including Adrian, Edith Head, Robert Kalloch, Bonnie Cashin and Orry-Kelly, among others from any of Hollywood's greatest hits including:
Now, Voyager, Letty Lynton, Mildred Pierce, Peny Serenade, Wild Orchids, Random Harvest, Mrs. Miniver, The Women, All About Eve, Dark Victory, Inspiration, Love Affair, The Bride Wore Red, The Painted Veil, The White Cliffs of Dover, Little Foxes, I Remember Mama, Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?, The Letter, Anna Christie, Queen Christina, Camille, The Farmer's Daughter, Juarez, Anna and the King of Siam, Jezebel and Suez.