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  • Barbara Stanwyck as Lily Powers wearing a gown with a sequined collar and shoulder straps in the 1933 film "Baby Face."
    • Warner Bros.

    Baby Face

    1933

    Costume seen on Barbara Stanwyck as Lily Powers

  • An extra wearing a gown with a sequined collar and shoulder straps in the 1934 film "Journal of a Crime."
    • Warner Bros.

    Journal of a Crime

    1934

    Costume seen on an extra

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About the Costume

Barbara Stanwyck wore this lovely dress as Lily Powers in the 1933 film Baby Face. The costume appeared again briefly the following year on an extra in the film Journal of a Crime. 

For a wonderful discussion of this gown and its significance in Baby Face, check out Screen Chic’s review.

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Additional Images

About the Costume

Barbara Stanwyck wore this lovely dress as Lily Powers in the 1933 film Baby Face. The costume appeared again briefly the following year on an extra in the film Journal of a Crime. 

For a wonderful discussion of this gown and its significance in Baby Face, check out Screen Chic’s review.

Barbara Stanwyck wore this lovely dress as Lily Powers in the 1933 film Baby Face. The costume appeared again briefly the following year on an extra in the film Journal of a Crime. 

For a wonderful discussion of this gown and its significance in Baby Face, check out Screen Chic’s review.

Credits

Sighting Credit:
  • Laura B.
Photos provided by:
  • Laura B.
  • justprosper
Costume Designer:
  • Orry-Kelly

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