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MARLENE DIETRICH as femme fatale Concha Perez in the 1935 classic THE DEVIL IS A WOMAN. (available on the dvd box set Marlene Dietrich : The Glamour Collection) Costumes by Travis Banton. Vintage (detail) of 1935 very rare 'ross' postcard. (minkshmink)

MARLENE DIETRICH as femme fatale Concha Perez in the 1935 classic THE DEVIL IS A WOMAN. (available on the dvd box set Marlene Dietrich : The Glamour Collection) Costumes by Travis Banton. Vintage (detail) of 1935 very rare 'ross' postcard.

Marlene Dietrich

Marlene Dietrich, 1942 Silver Print, Gelatin silver print 11 х 14 in. Stamped, blind stamp embossed on verso: Associated Press Collection

Marlene Dietrich

Marilyn Monroe at the Cannes Film Festival. Inspiration of the week: vintage Cannes Film Festival moments

Mannish style was a signifier for queer women, it also provided functionality. Women of the time actively followed Hollywood fashion. Greta Garbo, Marlene Dietrich, and Katherine Hepburn were major trend setters at the time.  Marcketti, S. B., & Angstman, E. T. (2013). The Trend for Mannish Suits in the 1930s. Dress, 39(2), 135-152. doi:10.1179/0361211213z.00000000020

Mannish style was a signifier for queer women, it also provided functionality. Women of the time actively followed Hollywood fashion. Greta Garbo, Marlene Dietrich, and Katherine Hepburn were major trend setters at the time. Marcketti, S. B., & Angstman, E. T. (2013). The Trend for Mannish Suits in the 1930s. Dress, 39(2), 135-152. doi:10.1179/0361211213z.00000000020

Marlene Dietrich’s swan down coat. She first wore it in 1957 at the Sands Hotel in Las Vegas and numerous times thereafter in the 1960s. The feathers of over 300 swans were needed to make the coat, which was 360cm long from collar to tail. The coat was worn over a dress that was made with 227,000 rhinestones. The designer, Jean Louis of Hollywood, was head designer for Columbia Pictures

Marlene Dietrich’s swan down coat. She first wore it in 1957 at the Sands Hotel…

Stars in Dior es un  nuevo libro publicado por Rizzoli que aúna el mundo de la moda con el cine, contiene 250 fotografías de rodajes de películas y retratos de estrellas de cine vistiendo los modelos más icónicos de Dior. Nada de Dior. Nada de Dietrich’. Estas fueron las órdenes de una Marlene Dietrich que se negaba a actuar para Hitchcock en el filme ‘Pánico en la escena’ si de por medio no había piezas Dior.

In Alfred Hitchcock’s Stage Fright, Marlene Dietrich imposes her friend and couturier Christian Dior.

Angel: Marlene Dietrich as Maria 'Angel' Barker | Girls Do Film

Angel: Marlene Dietrich as Maria ‘Angel’ Barker

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