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April 03, 2012

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textilehistorIE

Beautiful photographs. Absolutely agree about wanting to see the relevant movies again now (with renewed appreciation).

Dianne Bonino

I was on a tour a week ago with Sarah Repetto and she was very articulate and very informative. Although I did not see many of the movies this year, because of her descriptions and insights I have put them on my Netflix cue. I look forward to next exhibition.

OctavioCarlin

The jacket was not made by Natacha Rambova. The "chaquetilla" (jacket) is an original bullfifhting jacket from Spain. Natacha at the time was working with Nazimova in the movie Salome, where she did all costume design as well as the sets.

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