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    • Paramount Pictures

    The Lady Eve

    1941

    Costume seen on Barbara Stanwyck as Jean

    • Paramount Pictures

    Promotional Photo for The Strange Love of Martha Ivers or I walk Alone

    1946

    Costume seen on Lizabeth Scott

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About the Costume

This costume was designed by Edith Head for the 1941 film The Lady Eve, where it was worn on Barbara Stanwyck as Jean.  The costume was used again on Lizabeth Scott in a promotional photo for either the 1946 The Strange Love of Martha Ivers or the 1948 I Walk Alone.

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About the Costume

This costume was designed by Edith Head for the 1941 film The Lady Eve, where it was worn on Barbara Stanwyck as Jean.  The costume was used again on Lizabeth Scott in a promotional photo for either the 1946 The Strange Love of Martha Ivers or the 1948 I Walk Alone.

This costume was designed by Edith Head for the 1941 film The Lady Eve, where it was worn on Barbara Stanwyck as Jean.  The costume was used again on Lizabeth Scott in a promotional photo for either the 1946 The Strange Love of Martha Ivers or the 1948 I Walk Alone.

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Michael
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Costume Designer:
  • Edith Head

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