It’s clever title week! Sometimes relevancy has to take one for the team. That being said, this is quite the nice still shot of that most “well known” of furs from 1937’s The Awful Truth. Displays excellent highlights on Miss Dunne’s face and the fur.
Irene Dunne Originally uploaded by EmMe09 It’s a Flickr post, so I must be taking the weekend off. Yep, that’s the case, but I found a really nice one, that is more relevant than usual this time. Here we have a large publicity still of Irene Dunne in her big white fox trimmed dress from… Read More Irene Dunne Publicity Still from Roberta – 1935
I’d like to think I have pretty high editorial standards for singling out an individual film for recognition. Since this is only the second one I’ve done, perhaps I haven’t done much to establish those high editorial standards yet. Personally, I think a film needs quality and quantity to distinguish itself. The previous film, Roberta,… Read More Furs in Film – The Awful Truth (1937)
This series of posts will focus on a single film, one in which fur fashion is notably well represented. This set is based on a recent update of one of the first galleries, and I’m leaving both galleries up just to see how much better I am at this than I used to be. First… Read More Furs in Film – Roberta (1935)