a good example of interpreting period dress...
Posted by P. Bingham on March 08, 1998 at 16:27:19:
In response to A thought on P&P0 costumes, written by Carolyn B on March 05, 1998 at 07:53:12
Take a look at those American westerns that came out in such numbers during the late sixties and early seventies... this is only from the top of my head so I'm sure there are hundreds of other examples. The dress was as accurate as I can tell but the hairstyles! you can always date a movie, almost regardless of the historical setting, by the hairstyles. They tend to represent the current mode more than the historical fashion.
- I just hate that! JennieC 10:35:16 3/09/98 (13)
- Thanks, I haven't heard that definition of "farb" before,(nfm) Captain Everett 22:15:44 3/12/98 (0)
- Hairstyles... P. Bingham 14:15:53 3/09/98 (11)
- I think they are doing a better job... Lynne 16:58:23 3/09/98 (10)
- About that curly hair.... JennieC 19:58:39 3/09/98 (0)
- Stars vs. extras Carolyn B 17:39:18 3/09/98 (8)
- Star style Valerie McKnight 23:45:33 3/10/98 (7)
- you made a good point. P. Bingham 13:03:54 3/11/98 (6)
- Grime Valerie Mc. 22:09:38 3/11/98 (0)
- Horseman on the Roof!!!Yesyesyesyes! HtF,S! *sigh* and also Marie Bernadette 14:21:36 3/11/98 (4)
- which Heathcliff? P. Bingham 22:01:00 3/11/98 (3)
- The Ralph Fienne Heathcliff. Did I spell his name right? nfm Marie Bernadette 00:44:31 3/12/98 (2)
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