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There’s only a lucky few who will ever have the chance to wear an haute couture garment. Masterfully crafted, customized to your body, and totally one-of-a-kind.
Paris has always been the central location for these luxurious styles, but there was a decade when another part of the world stole the spotlight.
In the 1930s, it began “haute-ing” up in Hollywood.
The popularity of film blossomed during this era, and the glamour of the decade was witnessed on the silver screens. People loved going to the cinema and fell in love with the larger-than-life, beautiful starlets. Movies were becoming more extravagant due to large studios and production companies in Los Angeles, and the actors had to dress the part.
Film has evolved and changed over time, and so has the fashion and costuming that goes along with it.
However, one thing is for sure: in the 1930s, it was haute in Hollywood.