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SOLD! ~ Vintage 1930s 1940s Black Velvet Shirred Film Noir Dress Old Hollywood Glamour xs small

~ Vintage Black Velvet Shirred Film Noir Dress Old Hollywood Glamour xs small

Glamour Drops by Blue Fruit :: a quest for the glamorous details in life ::: Glamorous Cocktails (#3) :: Art Deco, Hollywood & the 1930s :: the Golden Years

Edward Steichen: Model Marion Morehouse and unidentified model wearing dresses by Madeleine Vionnet, 1930 Courtesy Condé Nast Archive, New York © Condé Nast Publications

Wedding Dress, Madame Marguerite, Chicago: 1934, bias-cut silk satin, lace, rhinestones, pearls. "With the dawn of Hollywood's golden age, glamour started to influence wedding fashion, and the long sweeping satin trains worn by movie stars quickly became the fantasy of every bride. The way in which the fabric is cut for these dresses is called bias. By cutting fabric on the bias (cross-grain), it stretches around the form. This cut gained popularity in the 1930s...and remains fashionable…

1934 silk satin, lace, rhinestones, and pearls Wedding dress by Madame Marguerite, Chicago. Worn by the donor (née Louise de Marigny Dewey) at her wedding to Edward Byron Smith on May Via Chicago History Museum.

The Pola Negri-Art Deco Flapper Silk Chiffon Head Wrap-Vintage Headpiece-Great Gatsby Hair Accessories-1920s 1930s-Old Hollywood Glamour

The Pola NegriArt Deco Flapper Silk Chiffon Headwrap & A Rebecca Schone (Etsy)Silk Bridal Skirt with train. (don't like the head piece!