Dorothy and Munchkins in the Wizard of Oz movie - 1939

Fantasy in fashion: The Wizard of Oz costumes (1939)

How were the Wizard of Oz costumes created for the classic movie, starring Judy Garland? See some of the original sketches of the fairylike, frolicsome and sprightly costumes that were an outstanding feature of this fantasy.
A fashionable fire A strange way to model '60s nightgowns

A fashionable fire: A strange way to model ’60s nightgowns

Surprised in the night by a five-alarm fire, rescued before there was a chance to change, each (luckily) was caught in something so devastatingly pretty, she didn't feel the least bit flustered about going out in the world. Moral: The right way to be rescued is in the nicest nighties you can find.
Tie dye how-to for satin

Turn on the colors! How to tie-dye clothes (’60s & ’70s)

Tie-dye is an ancient method of fabric design being revived by swinging do it-yourselfers and top designers. The results are vibrant designs that may range from geometric patterns to overall, lush organic effects. Experimenting with various knots, folds and colors will produce unexpectedly delightful designs.

Gunne Sax prom dresses of the eighties

Prom gowns are going romantic! Full-length pink taffeta-confections - like those from Gunne Sax -- are the hottest-selling dream creation as high school prom season nears. Take a look back!