Author Caroline Young has just released a fascinating new book entitled Hitchcock’s Heroines (published by Insight Editions). It celebrates and studies the women in Hitchcock movies; their influence, semblance and iconography. What’s more, Young also[…]
$ 4,600,000 for Marilyn Monroe’s ‘subway’ dress was only just one mega bid of many.
This coral pink ensemble encompasses and challenges the absolute femininity of Grace Kelly.
Judianna Makovsky demonstrates that contemporary fashion with a plot is far more fun than a flick through Vogue.
This is the most fun and elaborate outfit Grace Kelly wears in To Catch a Thief.
As worn by Grace Kelly, this floaty, conspicuous dress is an appreciable nod to Dior’s ‘New Look’ of the late 1940s.
Christie’s are auctioning several Edith Head sketches for costume designs worn by Grace Kelly.
Last week Clothes on Film visited the Grace Kelly: Style Icon exhibition. This is what we found out.
The V&A in London is hosting an exhibition of dresses and accessories once belonging to Grace Kelly.
Of course Rear Window wasn’t all about Grace Kelly…
This might be the most famous and copied outfit Grace Kelly ever wore.