Sunday, March 4, 2018

You're Invited! HISTORY OF FASHION IN FILM 1930s + TOP HAT at Egyptian Theatre 3/17

My HISTORY OF FASHION IN FILM screening series at the Egyptian Theatre continues with the 1930s on March 17!

This series is 7 parts - one event per decade from the 1920s to the 1980s - and each will be followed by a screening of a film featured in the talk. Some of the incredible style we celebrate this month is shown in the collage above.


Saturday, March 17
followed by screening of Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers in 1935's Top Hat

2:00 pm - 3:30 pm 
with screening to follow

Guest speaker
Egyptian Theatre
Hollywood, CA

If you love style in the movies, you are invited to join me to learn all about THE STYLE ESSENTIALS: HISTORY OF FASHION IN FILM. The Style Essentials are 50 films with iconic costume design that immediately impacted fashion at the time they premiered and continue to influence fashion today.

There will be one talk for each decade - from the 1920s to 1980s. Each one includes stills from the movies along with images from today's fashion accompanied by a conversation about film history, costume and fashion designers, and fascinating backstories of the stars.

The second event of the series focuses on the style icons from Hollywood during the 1930s - including Marlene Dietrich, Jean Harlow, Kay Francis, Joan Crawford, and Ginger Rogers.

Tickets are $12 for both the talk and screening. Visit the American Cinematheque website to purchase tickets through Fandango.


The next event? The HISTORY OF FASHION IN FILM 1940s will be May 26 with a screening of Lana Turner in 1946's The Postman Always Rings Twice. I will update the GlamAmor Events page as more events in the series are confirmed. Looking forward to seeing you there!

Presenting the HISTORY OF FASHION IN FILM 1920s last month at the Egyptian Theatre
in a little black dress inspired by Clara Bow in 1927's It

The Egyptian Theatre's original interior -
the ceiling ornamentation still exists

The courtyard of the Egyptian Theatre
still looks very much like it did at its opening in 1922

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