Carole Lombard knew how to wear an off-the-shoulder dress and strike a pose.

movie star Carol Lombard in a fabulous satin gown. Lombard was Clark Gable's wife until she died in a plane crash while on a tour to raise WWII war bonds.

CAROLE LOMBARD COSTUME DESIGN SKETCH - Pencil and watercolor on illustration board sketch titled “Carole Lombard” and signed “Edith Head,”

Pencil and watercolor on illustration board sketch titled “Carole Lombard” and signed “Edith Head,” depicting Lombard in a black pantsuit with white collar and

3 watercolor, pen, & pencil on paper, sketches of Edith Head designs for Carole Lombard costumes w/ notes regarding material & scenes

3 watercolor, pen, & pencil on paper, sketches of Edith Head designs for Carole Lombard costumes w/ notes regarding material & scenes

Carole Lombard - 1942 - To Be or Not to Be - Carole Lombard's final film

Vintage fashion style silk bias cut white dress halter glamour evening gown Carole Lombard, They just knew how to wear their satin in the and didn't they?

Carole Lombard as 'Ann Krausheimer Smith' - 1941 - Costume Gown by Irene aka Irene Lentz (American, 1900-1962) - 'Mr. & Mrs. Smith' - Director:  Alfred Hitchcock - @~ Watsonette

Carole Lombard as 'Ann Krausheimer Smith' - 1941 - Costume Gown by Irene aka Irene Lentz (American, - 'Mr.

Evening Dress (Costume), Travis Banton, c 1934. "n evocative and glamorous example of the work of Paramount Studios costume designer Travis Banton, who, during the 1930s, also dressed Marlene Dietrich, Carole Lombard, and Mae West, this dress was worn by Chinese-American actress Anna May Wong."

While the dress may evoke the "cheongsam", a from-fitting traditional Chinese dress style, its construction is along the lines of high-necked form-fitting Western gowns from the Belle-Epoque period, but the dragon motif adds a distinct Asian influence, da

Clark Gable and the love of his life, Carole Lombard

Clark Gable and the love of his life, Carole Lombard.she was killed in a devastating plane crash.Gable was never the same after.

They’re all going to point at you!

They’re all going to point at you!

I am a lover of classic movies and the Golden Age of Hollywood. This is a girl who definitely thinks she was born in the wrong era! I love all things vintage.

Carole Lombard & George Raft, Rumba, 1935 (costume by Travis Banton)

Fort Wayne’s own Carole Lombard, simply stunning in a silhouette. mothgirlwings: George Raft and Carole Lombard “Bolero”, 1934

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