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A telegraph from Hollywood costume designer Edith Head (1897 1981) to the editorial offices of PHOTOPLAY MAGAZINE listing various highlights of the 1938 Paris fashion scene.

"Paris says: Long waistlines, short flared skirts, fitted bodices, tweeds combines with velvet, warm colors..."

From Amazon: Edith Head: The Fifty-Year Career of Hollywood's
Greatest Costume Designer

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Click here to read about physical perfection during the Golden Age of Hollywood.

     



Edith Head  on  Paris Frocks (Photoplay Magazine, 1938)

Edith Head  on  Paris Frocks (Photoplay Magazine, 1938)

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