Link: Diane on Whidbey Island - Classic Film Costumier for Dolls

You know you're obsessed with classic films when you spend hours, days and weeks recreating costumes from the films in miniature for small figurines. Blogger and classic movie lover, Diane, author of Diane on Whidbey Island,  is a " minivan driving, fabriholic, Cub Scout leader . . . . who still plays with dolls...."

And those dolls are perfectly dressed in recreations of Edith Head's designs for Grace Kelly's character in Hitchcock's Rear Window(1954), or elegantly posed in miniature gowns inspired by Bill Thomas for Lana Turner's role in Imitation of Life (1959), among other films.

I've just found this blog and thought I'd share it with you.



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