Emmy-winning and Oscar-nominated Hollywood costume designer Jean-Pierre Dorléac was mentored by the legendary Edith Head, who died 29 years ago today. He is frustrated by long-standing accounts that credit Givenchy with the classic black H-neckline...
Feb. 13, 1951: Edith Head, the Paramount designer, says: "I don't know why I'm so happy these days unless it's because I've found a waist smaller than Veronica Lake's." The 21 1/2-inch waist belongs to Jan Sterling, Hedda Hopper reports. July 8, 1973: Veronica
Edith Head (1897-1981), the Academy Award-winning costume designer who worked behind the scenes on iconic films such as Billy Wilderâs “Double Indemnity” and Alfred Hitchcockâs “To Catch a Thief” and “Vertigo,”
"We just love glamorous moments!" declared the diminutive vintage retailer Rona Gaye Stevenson from the airy new Melrose Place penthouse space that's housing her drool-worthy collection of vintage gowns, furs and cocktail dresses. Along with her business partn