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Edith Head....fashion desighner from the past A designer who didn't take herself too seriously...humility rules!

Edith Head, American costume designer who won eight Academy Awards, more than…

1960s, Watts, Los Angeles In July of 1966   What's old is new again.

Watts Post-Riot Photo Essay with the Dapper Rebels, Los Angeles, CA Life Magazine, July 1966

Plaid Stallions : Rambling and Reflections on '70s pop culture: The Brothers Super Fine

Nothing is more manly than playing pool with your BFF in matching hibiscus shirts.

In the late this one peculiar designer redefined men’s fashion — silk blouses, swishy florals and all.

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Menswear/Work Clothing - long sleeve shirt with overall coat and matching pants.

Edith Head (October 28, 1897 – October 24, 1981) was an American costume designer who won a record eight Academy Awards for Best Costume Design. Head managed to get a job as a costume sketch artist at Paramount, without any relevant training. She first acquired notability for Dorothy Lamour’s  sarong, and became a household name after the Academy Awards created the category of Costume Designer in 1948.

mariposima: nypl: Edith Head, iconic costume designer who dressed up such films as Vertigo, Sunset Boulevard, and Double Indemnity (lest we forget Eye of the Cat and The Cat and the Canary) was born today.

In the late ’60s, this one peculiar designer redefined men’s fashion — silk blouses, swishy florals and all. His look is back.

Just Dandy: the Style and Legacy of Mr. Fish

Mick Jagger’s 1969 combination puffy shirt/man dress designed by Michael Fish, who also brought us David Bowie’s dress on the 1971 cover of The Man Who Sold The World.

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