Google’s Homepage Pays Homage to Costume Designer Edith Head
From Hithcock to Hedren to Hepburn, Edith Head was one of Hollywood’s most celebrated costume designers. Edith Head, the subject of today’s Google Doodle, still holds the record for most Oscar wins by an individual woman: eight, all for her costume designs. Most of these wins came in the early 50s, including two for Audrey Hepburn movies, Roman Holiday and Sabrina, but it was Head’s work on a string of Alfred Hitchcock films that have ensured her place in the cinematic firmament.
Head, though, was a costume designer in an era before couture took over the movies: in fact, her films with Hepburn were a key transitional point. In Sabrina Hepburn wore Givenchy (uncredited) for her Paris scenes, but it was Head who took the Oscar. For Breakfast at Tiffany’s, eight years later, Givenchy received full credit, with Head as “costume supervisor”. Read the full story on The Guardian.
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Google’s Homepage Pays Homage to Costume Designer Edith Head
From Hithcock to Hedren to Hepburn, Edith Head was one of Hollywood’s most celebrated costume designers. Edith Head, the subject of today’s Google Doodle, still holds the record for most Oscar wins by an individual woman: eight, all for her costume designs. Most of these wins came in the early 50s, including two for Audrey Hepburn movies, Roman Holiday and Sabrina, but it was Head’s work on a string of Alfred Hitchcock films that have ensured her place in the cinematic firmament.
Head, though, was a costume designer in an era before couture took over the movies: in fact, her films with Hepburn were a key transitional point. In Sabrina Hepburn wore Givenchy (uncredited) for her Paris scenes, but it was Head who took the Oscar. For Breakfast at Tiffany’s, eight years later, Givenchy received full credit, with Head as “costume supervisor”. Read the full story on The Guardian.
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Google’s Homepage Pays Homage to Costume Designer Edith Head
From Hithcock to Hedren to Hepburn, Edith Head was one of Hollywood’s most celebrated costume designers. Edith Head, the subject of today’s Google Doodle, still holds the record for most Oscar wins by an individual woman: eight, all for her costume designs. Most of these wins came in the early 50s, including two for Audrey Hepburn movies, Roman Holiday and Sabrina, but it was Head’s work on a string of Alfred Hitchcock films that have ensured her place in the cinematic firmament.
Head, though, was a costume designer in an era before couture took over the movies: in fact, her films with Hepburn were a key transitional point. In Sabrina Hepburn wore Givenchy (uncredited) for her Paris scenes, but it was Head who took the Oscar. For Breakfast at Tiffany’s, eight years later, Givenchy received full credit, with Head as “costume supervisor”. Read the full story on The Guardian.
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Google’s Homepage Pays Homage to Costume Designer Edith Head

From Hithcock to Hedren to Hepburn, Edith Head was one of Hollywood’s most celebrated costume designers. Edith Head, the subject of today’s Google Doodle, still holds the record for most Oscar wins by an individual woman: eight, all for her costume designs. Most of these wins came in the early 50s, including two for Audrey Hepburn movies, Roman Holiday and Sabrina, but it was Head’s work on a string of Alfred Hitchcock films that have ensured her place in the cinematic firmament.

Head, though, was a costume designer in an era before couture took over the movies: in fact, her films with Hepburn were a key transitional point. In Sabrina Hepburn wore Givenchy (uncredited) for her Paris scenes, but it was Head who took the Oscar. For Breakfast at Tiffany’s, eight years later, Givenchy received full credit, with Head as “costume supervisor”. Read the full story on The Guardian.

The Creators Of Made Rewrite The Rules Of Fashion

 

Jenne, Keith & Rassi created Made to give young fashion designers a place to shine. Since then, their platform has helped launch many careers & establish a sense of community in the fashion world. See how Made helped redefine their industry. How American Express is shaping the new faces of fashion with #PassionProject and Macy’s is supporting them. 

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My World Is A Composite Of Others

Sometimes, we need to be a certain kind of ambition, originality, creativity and release – and that’s Fan Girling. “My world is a composite of others’ worlds and it’s a reflection of myself. It make’s me feel as if I’m connected to a greater chain of being. And that’s lead me to eliminate the economies of fame and self promotion. It’s lead me to focus on the followers…and become a contented observer.”

Dept. of Shameless Self Promo: “Mobile Devices are the new in-store assistants for consumers,” says Macala Wright, head of innovation at Group Partners. “The conversion rate for shoppers who use a dedicated retail app is 21% higher than those who don’t.” And it goes on in my typical digital rant.