edith head

This week I talked with thespian Susan Claassen about her fabulous play "A Conversation With Edith Head" that runs October 21st to October 24th in Palm Springs, California.
The Chouinard Art Institute may no longer be with us, but its graduates continue to paint and inspire, while the Chouinard Foundation continues to keep its spirit alive.
"Charming" and "delightful" are the two words that best describe The Way We Wore: Styles of the 1930s and '40s by Marsha Hunt, a well-respected star of the golden age of Hollywood movies.
Today's modern day actresses still have nothing on Audrey Hepburn. Further proof? This behind-the-scenes feature about "Roman
When I heard that an actress named Susan Claussen was appearing in a one-woman drama about Edith Head, I immediately booked a ticket to her opening night performance at the Odyssey Theatre.
With the 83rd Academy Awards just around the corner, people the world over are gearing up to watch what is arguably the most
Ms. Head's snippets of advice and witticisms were as closely heeded as those attributed to Coco Chanel, and they remain relevant today: "You can have anything you want in life if you dress for it."
There are few things that film buffs and fashion fiends wouldn't do for the chance to converse with legendary Hollywood costume designer Edith Head, who dressed the silent film stars of the 1920s.
Edith may have won 8 Academy Awards, but she did not always win the respect of other designers.
If the AFI is going to honor lifetime achievement in film, they should do so. For starters, how about Neil Simon? He's one of the few screenwriters whose name the public actually recognizes.