|Grace Kelly - Rear Window 1954|
Floor length nightdress and gown. Grace pulls this from her overnight bag and the fabric looks like satin / silk. It's cream in colour, although the film is coloured by Technicolor, so its hard to know its true representation.
|Grace Kelly & James Stuart - Rear Window.|
The movie is made in 1954, but I found patterns that were in a similar vein to Grace's nightdress are 1940's.
|"So Easy" pattern Number 159.|
|Grace enters the room asking JS what he thinks of her nightdress and he hardly notices as he is literally looking out the rear window LOL|
|So easy pattern # 159|
This 1950's full skirted dress with simple top with a low V back. Tulle skirting with underskirt elegantly completed with white gloves and black clutch purse.
|McCalls 4045 - Galanos.|
I beleive this pattern is extremely rare. I could only find it as a stock photo.
|Suit in green worn in Rear Window.|
|Designer sketch of the suit worn on set by Edith head.|
To Catch a Thief is so beautiful to watch both geographically and of course the wardrobe fashion of Grace Kelly.
Grace takes a day at the beach with Cary Grant and is waiting in the hotel lobby wearing her sophisticated swim wear. Overskirt to her swim suit with wide brimmed hat. She looks truly stunning.