The name, Edith Head is synonymous with the ideals of classic Hollywood glamour. She created some of the most breathtaking costumes that ever graced the big screen. For decades, she was one of the most sought after designers in the land of film. This innovative and dedicated woman created outfits that remain unsurpassed in the decades since her passing. Drive and creativity allowed Edith to leave her make on an industry that she loved, and carved out a place for herself in film history. Below is an article written in 2009 addressing the Edith Head film series regarding her costume collection that was being featured at the Museum of Fine Arts. The article was written by Christopher Muther for the Boston Globe. Though, this exhibition has concluded, the article itself features unique highlights of her illustrious career. Following the article will be a select few of my personal favorites of the fashion genius….Miss Head.
Unfortunately, I have not been able to keep up with my blogging this past month, due to nursing finals consuming virtually every minute of the day. However, as of 2 p.m. today, my last final was complete and I now get to embark upon three months of freedom, also known as summer vacation. Therefore, today’s blog will be an eclectic reproduction of classic film stars enjoying their fun in the sun. I can upon the idea when I recalled a quote by F. Scott Fitzgerald. “And so with the sunshine and the great bursts of leaves growing on the trees, just as things grow in fast movies, I had that familiar conviction that life was beginning over again with the summer.”
Happy Valentine’s Day everyone! As today is a special day, I am going to do a very different styled post than I normally do. It is going to be a simple posting with pictures of some other celebrities who are posing for what very well could be V-day pictures. Here is a collection of photos that I was able to discover in order to commemorate today. Enjoy!