Agnes B.

‘Fashion in Film’ explores the relationship between fashion and entertainment

‘Fashion in Film’ explores the relationship between fashion and entertainment

“Fashion in film — does it even exist?” So reads the opening sentence in “Fashion in Film” (Laurence King), a book set for publication in November, which explores the link between fashion designers and film over the last century.

The photo and illustration-heavy book takes a look at the onscreen contributions various fashion designers have made to cinema, highlighting costumes such as Gilbert Adrian’s iconic blue-and-white gingham dress worn by Judy Garland in “The Wizard of Oz” in 1939, Cecil Barton’s grandiose dress worn by...

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