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  • Doris Day as Ruth Etting wearing a blue and silver sequined dress with feather trim in the 1955 film "Love Me Or Leave Me."
    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    Love Me or Leave Me

    1955

    Costume seen on Doris Day as Ruth Etting

  • Cyd Charisse as Maria Corvier wearing a sequined dress with feather trim in the 1956 film "Meet Me in Las Vegas."
    • Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM)

    Meet Me In Las Vegas

    1956

    Costume seen on Cyd Charisse as Maria Corvier

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About the Costume

This blue sequined gown was first seen on Doris Day as Ruth Etting in the 1955 film Love Me Or Leave Me. The costume was utilized again in the 1956 film Meet Me In Las Vegas, where Cyd Charisse wore it as Maria Corvier. However, the gown has been altered, with the majority of the feather trim being removed and the skirt being shortened significantly. 

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About the Costume

This blue sequined gown was first seen on Doris Day as Ruth Etting in the 1955 film Love Me Or Leave Me. The costume was utilized again in the 1956 film Meet Me In Las Vegas, where Cyd Charisse wore it as Maria Corvier. However, the gown has been altered, with the majority of the feather trim being removed and the skirt being shortened significantly. 

This blue sequined gown was first seen on Doris Day as Ruth Etting in the 1955 film Love Me Or Leave Me. The costume was utilized again in the 1956 film Meet Me In Las Vegas, where Cyd Charisse wore it as Maria Corvier. However, the gown has been altered, with the majority of the feather trim being removed and the skirt being shortened significantly. 

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Costume Designer:
  • Helen Rose

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  1. Are you sure? If it is it has been shortened obvs, but the feather trim is so very different and that is surprising. I almost don’t want it to be the same as it is a criminal thing to cut up such a beautiful costume so quickly!

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Costume Commentary

  1. Are you sure? If it is it has been shortened obvs, but the feather trim is so very different and that is surprising. I almost don’t want it to be the same as it is a criminal thing to cut up such a beautiful costume so quickly!

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  1. Are you sure? If it is it has been shortened obvs, but the feather trim is so very different and that is surprising. I almost don’t want it to be the same as it is a criminal thing to cut up such a beautiful costume so quickly!

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