Nineteen Fifty Four: Edith Head vintage costume illustration for Olivia deHavilland

Edith Head costume design for Olivia Dehavilland in "The Heiress". Olivia won best actress that year for her portrayal of Catherine Sloper a painfully shy girl whose emotionally detached father doesn't hold back his disappointment in her.

Costume design by Walter Plunkett for Lana Turner in Diane (1956).

Costume Sketch of Lana Turner as Diane de Poitiers in MGM film 'Diane' Walter Plunkett, designer. Lana Turner looked lovely, but bore no resemblance to a Renaissance lady. Roger Moore plays King Henri II of France.

La Traviata. Metropolitan Opera. Costume design by Cecil Beaton. 1966

La Traviata

Costume designs by Cecil Beaton for the Metropolitan Opera’s 1966 production of Verdi’s La traviata

Watercolor,  pencil, and pen on paper, design sketch by Edith Head, marked "Airport" from the motion picture Airport (Universal Pictures, 1970).

Edith Head sketch for Airport Some of her later work. Note the paper hue and ski tone relationship.

Cinderella's Costumes: Everything You Want to Know | LIGHT UP THE NIGHT | Helena Bonham Carter played the Fairy Godmother, whose task of transforming Cinderella into a princess seemed easy when compared to Powell's task of making the Godmother's gown light up. "Oh my God. This might not work," Powell worried at the time. Spoiler alert: It turned out quite magical, but "we should have just done a simple dress."

And you thought tracking down the girl in the glass slippers sounded hard: Costume designer Sandy Powell was tasked with the challenge of bringing the classic fairytale to life on the big screen