The Silver Screen in Black & White by Norma Lu Meehan - Limited Edition

  • Model: Costumes of the silent screen
Hollywood’s early days had neither sound nor Technicolor and yet movies made magic when stars appeared in costumes that fed the daydreams of women in the audience. This paper doll book in black-and-white, just like the films, is by extraordinarily gifted artist Norma Lu Meehan. She recalls those glory days of the silent screen’s audaciously extravagant style. A single star paper doll, Hope Hampton, wears seven glorious gowns, fantastic expressions of cinematic high style, the stuff of which silver screen dreams are made:
Howard Greer design for "Trouble With Wives" (1925)
Sophie Wachner design for "The Snob" (1924)
Hope Hampton in "Colorful Fashions from Paris" (1926)
Erté design for "Bright Lights" (1925) Andre-Ami design for "The Boudoir Diplomat" (1930)
Ethel Chapin design for "Bluff" (1924)
Chalres Le Maire design for "Heart of a Siren" (1925)


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