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What a great discussion of Katharine Hepburn's wardrobe for "The Philadelphia Story"! Adrian and Hepburn were a match made in costume heaven. It's especially fascinating to see the costumes for the play in comparison to the costumes in the movie. Thanks, Kimberly and Christian! Thank you so much for this wonderfully informative article about KH's costumes in PS. I know she would were the wedding dress from the stage version in GLASS MENAGERIE (1973). I got to see the goddess dress up close when I went to the V&A Hollywood costume exhibit a couple years ago - stunning! (http://margaretperry.org/sequins-satin-and-silk-hollywood-costumes-at-the-va/) Kimberly, Christian, I really enjoyed your fascinating post about the costumes in both the Broadway versions and film versions of The Philadelphia Story. It was interesting to see the backstory of how the film evolved from so-called "Box Office Poison" to (multi) Oscar winner! Great post! Thanks Melissa! I couldn't agree more--they truly are a "match made in costume heaven." I'm glad you enjoyed the comparison between the play and film. That was fun for me, too! :) Thanks Margaret! Glad to be a part of your great blogathon celebrating Katharine Hepburn. How wonderful that you got to see the actual 'goddess' gown from PHILADELPHIA STORY--I'm so jealous! That exhibition is in Phoenix now, so I'm been hearing raves from friends who saw it in London and those who are seeing it now in Arizona. Cheers! Thanks Dorian! Yes, it is fascinating to look back at someone as revered as Katharine Hepburn and see that even she went through challenging times in her life. Granted, she had a supportive family and a billionaire boyfriend, but I still admire the gumption she had to take on such a difficult situation in her career. Quite the triumph and a lesson to us all to believe in ourselves and never give up! I'm glad you included costumes from the stage play – it was interesting to see the differences between the play and the film. As much as I like the stage wardrobe, it really pales when you compare it to the fab Adrian's work.Thanks to your post, I watch for "personality development" clues in a character's wardrobe. Last weekend, we were watching "The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel" and we noticed Judi Dench's wardrobe changed as she became more integrated in her new environment. See? I'm learning lots from you. Thank you! What a wonderful post. I loved seeing the continuity as well as the changes from stage to screen. Since we sadly don't get to see the stage version, it's wonderful to get a little closer:) Leah Thanks Ruth! I am so proud of you--you really are noticing one of the most important aspects of costume design, which is character development. I love that it's one of the things you picked up here!Glad you enjoyed the comparison with the stage play--I think Adrian's costumes surpass Valentina's as well! Thanks Leah! Yes, it's fascinating to see those pictures from the play itself and does make us feel like we're a little closer to it. :)In fairness to Valentina, her costumes made something of a splash in fashion and people were a-buzz with them. But of course it was nothing compared with those from Adrian. Even with the fact that he went for a certain degree of continuity, he made a huge splash then with his costumes and they have continued to influence design today. Really remarkable. Wonderful post, and a great interview with Christian. I didn't realise that KH had to fight so hard to wear trousers in this, she wears them so well and so naturally, today it's hard to imagine the scandal that was associated with them. Good to see that Kate pushed her point. I also saw the costumes in London, and they were even more wonderful up close. Thanks Kimberly for the opportunity we had to talk about Adrian and Katharine and this wonderful movie. It was nice of you to feature it on your blog. As we've had a chance to see this and other Kate films on the occasion of her birthday, it's amazing how many of them are so much fun to watch over and over. Philadelphia Story I've seen dozens of times and I never tire of it.yzing the costumes is fun for me too, when done on a separate track. Thanks again Kimberly and keep up the great work! Thanks Girls Do Film! I see you're another lucky one who got to travel to London to see the V&A exhibit. How fabulous. And yes, it's hard to believe how risque (and rather unacceptable) it was for women to wear pants! We have a lot to thank Katharine for, and wearing pants/trousers/menswear is one. We've come a long way, baby. ;) Thanks Christian! It's always a pleasure to spend time with you and talk, especially when it's about our mutual love of great costume design. I feel the same way about THE PHILADELPHIA STORY--it put a spell on me decades ago when I first saw it, and I never tire of watching it either. And what never ceases to amaze me is the fact that we continue to observe and learn new things about these films we love, again especially when it comes to costume design. The journey never ends.I value you as a friend and really appreciate you taking the time to share your expertise on Adrian with the GlamAmor audience. Thanks so much! xo Post a Comment Last Fall I decided to start a new video series for GlamAmor called The Style Essentials: Conversations . For those who are new to Glam... Enter your email address:Delivered by FeedBurner





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