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Ali & Ryan LOVE STORY 1970 – High Low Vintage

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Julie Christie in Shampoo 1975 – High Low Vintage

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Photographer Shakrokh Hatami 1968 of Faye Dunaway – High Low Vintage

THE THOMAS CROWN AFFAIR

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Faye Dunaway @ Premiere Of BONNIE AND CLYDE 1968 – High Low Vintage

So so in love with this shot of Miss Dunaway. From the premiere of BONNIE AND CLYDE in 1968.  Just beyond fabulous. http://highlowvintage.com/ xo…HLV #Pasadena #LongBeach

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Exclusive Interview with Film & Fashion Historian Kimberly Truhler – High Low Vintage

Your blog is just terrific….a reader can feel how much you love the intersection of vintage fashion and film. How did you get started as a expert in the field? Did your passion begin as film history and grew to focus on costumes or did you start with an obsession with fashion and married that […]

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Photographer Manuel Litran of Catherine Deneuve 1966 – High Low Vintage

Hair Please……Miss Deneuve while filming BELLE DE JOUR  Photo shot by Manuel Litran 1966. http://highlowvintage.com/ xo…HLV #Pasadena #LongBeach

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SO YOU THINK YOU KNOW WHAT A COSTUME DESIGNER DOES?

Executive Director of the Costume Designers Guild, Rachael M. Stanley, has answered a few questions for HLV describing the job of the Costume Designer. Could you start out by describing the scope of responsibility of the Costume Designer. They’re not a stylist… A costume Designer is a storyteller. They interpret the script and create a […]

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