Irene Dunne, 1940s

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Irene Dunne, 1930s

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Claudette Colbert, 1930s

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Claudette Colbert, 1937

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Claudette Colbert, 1930s

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Claudette Colbert, 1930s

bridiequilty:

Gold highlights replace the waning touches of white on Hollywood’s latest version of the ultra-smart black daytime frock. Claudette Colbert, Paramount star in “I Met Him in Paris,” wears the first high-style model, designed by Travis Banton. The dress is short with an original collar effect extending outward at the shoulders. The gold braid, combined with black crepe, stresses a regal note prevalent in this season’s fashions and Miss Colbert’s chic black hat and shoes are in exquisite taste. The finishing touch to the costume is a huge black fox muff, replacing the usual fur scarf favored by many smart women.

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Claudette Colbert, 1930s

bridiequilty:

Look ahead to 1938. When this striking fall or winter ensemble will be eagerly adapted into the wardrobes of thousands of women who will admire it on Claudette Colbert, Paramount star in “I Met Him In Paris.” The suit is of lightweight green tweed trimmed in leopard. Travis Banton, the designer, adds a clever fur belt to the collarless jumper of the suit and twists the green wool into a peaked turban. Miss Colbert’s gloves and shoes are of darker green antelope. 

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Greer Garson, 1940s

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Greer Garson, 1940s

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Greer Garson, 1940s

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