Time to pit more designers against designers in a battle to the death! Sure, it’s not that vicious, but surely you love a little competition where we get to be the judge, instead of some stuffy academy? You voted on current designers last time, now here are nine of the most prolific frock flick designers from Hollywood’s glory days. We’ve limited it to costume designers who worked on films up to around the early 1970s. Next up, TV costume designers!
Need a reminder of who’s who? Check our archives as you vote…
- Adrian (Queen Christina, Marie Antoinette, Pride and Prejudice)
- Margaret Furse (The Mudlark, The Lion in Winter, Anne of the Thousand Days)
- Edith Head (The Heiress, Samson and Delilah, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid)
- René Hubert (Fire Over England, That Hamilton Woman, Désirée)
- Dorothy Jeakins (Joan of Arc, My Cousin Rachel, The Sound of Music)
- Orry-Kelly (Jezebel, The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex, Some Like It Hot)
- Walter Plunkett (Little Women, Gone With the Wind, Singin’ in the Rain)
- Irene Sharaff (Meet Me in St. Louis, The King and I, Cleopatra)
- Piero Tosi (The Leopard, Death in Venice, Ludwig)
Tell us why you voted how you did — and who we missed!