Charles James (American, born Great Britain, 1906–1978). "Lampshade," ca. 1955. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Gift of the Brooklyn Museum, 2009 (2009.300.8522) #CharlesJames

"Lampshade" by Charles James ca. 1955 From the Metropolitan... (Fripperies and Fobs)

Charles James (American, born Great Britain, "Lampshade," ca. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Brooklyn Museum Costume Collection at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Darlings, today's the day Hollywood history goes on the auction block. Legendary performer Debbie Reynolds has amassed over the  last 50 years a legendary

Barbra Streisand “Dolly Levi” signature sleeveless gold velvet heavily jeweled gown with shoes and headpiece from Hello, Dolly!

Designed by Irene Sharaff; worn by Barbra Streisand in the Harmonia Gardens scene of Hello Dolly (1969).

Hello Dolly Costume worn by Barbara Streisand. courtesy of costumeologie: Costume Nerd Heaven

Hello, Dolly! 1969. Directed by Gene Kelly, fashion from the 1890s, oh and Babs! This is a movie I could not only sing every line, but i probably know every spoken line too...to a pathetic extent. Don't care though...LOVE!

“Norhtamerican movies costume designer Irene Sharaff Designed for 'Hello Dolly' 1969 with Barbra Streisand”

Worn by Barbra Streisand in Hello Dolly.  Costing well above $100,000 to create in 1969, this dress remains etched in history as one of the “most expensive dress ever made for a film”. Weighing over 0.5 pounds, the dress is crafted using 14K gold thread, jewels and coloured gemstones like Swarovski crystals that shine and shimmer under lights.  #Hollywood #musicals #costumes

Barbra Streisand “Dolly Levi” signature sleeveless gold velvet heavily jeweled gown with shoes and headpiece from Hello, Dolly!

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A bride and a groom in old Russian style - À LA RUSSE - Irresistible Bohemian - Russian fashion - The Russian Style - - Estilo ruso - belleza rusa -

#Joyce Ames, "#Hello Dolly," 20th Century Fox, 1969, Designed by #Irene Sharaff…

Ames, " Dolly," Century Fox, Designed by Sharaff Collection of Motion Picture Costume Design: McQueen

Barbra Streisand in "Hello, Dolly!" (1969) Diseñadora Irene Sharaff, candidata a oscar por su vestuario

The only half decent picture I could find of this spectacular dress. My fave of one of my fave movies.

THE PORTLAND ANTIQUE SAPPHIRE, DIAMOND AND NATURAL PEARL TIARA. Designed as a series of twelve graduated cushion-shaped sapphire and old-cut diamond clusters to the openwork frame of diamond-set swag and husk motifs, embellished with bouton-shaped pearls and diamond line borders to the pear-shaped pearl finials and sapphire collet accents, mounted in silver and gold, Price Realized $1,188,239 Estimate $388,750 - $466,500

The Portland Sapphire, Diamond and Natural Pearl Tiara, Circa Duchess of Portland, Ivy Cavendish-Bentinck, in Photo.

Ionic chiton. Love love love that fabric!

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Sharaff confirmed that in her 1968 interview when she stated, “The thread used in the Hello, Dolly! dress is made of pure gold. It comes in very fine tubes, is pliable and can be threaded like beads. Because of some technical lighting problems, the pure-gold material was the only way I could achieve the quality that both the director and I wanted.”

The thread used in the Hello, Dolly! dress is decorated with pure gold. Because of technical lighting problems, the pure-gold material was the only way they could achieve the quality that both director and designer wanted.

Irene Sharaff - Costumes de Films - Hello Dolly - 1969 - E. J. Peaker - Robe

(TCF, Rose satin period dress with dark coral cape and bow accents. Peaker as “Minnie Fay”. Worn in the Elegance number in Hello, Dolly!

Vanessa Redgrave, "Camelot," Warner Brothers, 1967, Designed by John Truscott, The Collection of Motion Picture Costume Design: Larry McQueen

Vanessa Redgrave, "Camelot (Cut)," Warner Brothers, Designed by John Truscott, The Collection of Motion Picture Costume Design: Larry McQueen

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