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William Travilla

William Travilla

William Travilla for Marilyn Monroe - Costume Sketch - Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

William Travilla for Marilyn Monroe - Costume Sketch - Gentlemen Prefer Blondes

Costume Design by Eduardo Sicangco

Costume Design by Eduardo Sicangco

“She was the most complex, incredible, magnificent woman. She was the love of my life that girl.” - William Travilla

“She was the most complex, incredible, magnificent woman. She was the love of my life that girl.” - William Travilla

Bob Mackie's Cher sketches.

Bob Mackie's Cher sketches.

Travilla's Marilyn Monroe costume sketches.

Tests costumes et coiffures pour Gentlemen - Divine Marilyn Monroe

Travilla's Marilyn Monroe costume sketches.

RHAPSODY  Music and high fashion made a classic pairing in the opulent 1954 MGM film RHAPSODY starring Elizabeth Taylor, the subject of this Helen Rose costume design drawing.

RHAPSODY Music and high fashion made a classic pairing in the opulent 1954 MGM film RHAPSODY starring Elizabeth Taylor, the subject of this Helen Rose costume design drawing.

William Travilla - Costumes - Tailleur Pantalaon 'Chamoiré' - Susan Hayward (qui a repris le rôle après Judy Garland) - La Vallée des Poupées - 1967

William Travilla - Costumes - Tailleur Pantalaon 'Chamoiré' - Susan Hayward (qui a repris le rôle après Judy Garland) - La Vallée des Poupées - 1967

Un croquis de Jacqueline Durran.

3 choses à savoir sur les costumes de Keira Knightley dans Anna Karénine créés par Jacqueline Durran

Un croquis de Jacqueline Durran.

Movie-wise, Marilyn’s favourite siren style costumes were by one man: an Oscar-winning designer given an Italian-American mantle by film publicity, William Travilla. Though he dressed around 270 stars over fifty years - including Jane Russell, Betty Grable, Lauren Bacall, Joan Crawford, Errol Flynn, and later, Barbra Streisand, to the TV cast from 1980’s cult series, ‘Dallas’ – Travilla’s main claim to fame remains as Marilyn’s magical image-maker.

Movie-wise, Marilyn’s favourite siren style costumes were by one man: an Oscar-winning designer given an Italian-American mantle by film publicity, William Travilla. Though he dressed around 270 stars over fifty years - including Jane Russell, Betty Grable, Lauren Bacall, Joan Crawford, Errol Flynn, and later, Barbra Streisand, to the TV cast from 1980’s cult series, ‘Dallas’ – Travilla’s main claim to fame remains as Marilyn’s magical image-maker.

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