The Debbie Reynolds Auction Recap/ Catalogs Still Available

If you weren't able to attend Debbie Reynolds'  December auction, then visit Christian Esqevin's recap of the event at  the following address:

The writer provides his own photos of the gowns and a running commentary on the movie in which  they were originally worn. (I did not know that Katharine Hepburn's black, red and white striped dress from Desk Set was in the auction. It's one of my favorites in movie casual wear!)

If you didn't get a catalog it seems the auction site, Profiles In History, is still allowing free downloads of them.


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