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1930s Fashions & Stars


Soignee sophistication stepped off the silver screen as movies offered a depressed nation a means of escaping into a fabulous fantasy. Smart Café Society ruled and Hollywood captured the high-gloss glamour of a privileged lifestyle way above reality. Paper dolls are perfect mannequins for this daydream.


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1939 Hollywood's Golden Year

1939 Hollywood's Golden Year

Movie buff and fashion expert, artist David Wolfe turns back the calendar to 1939, the year considered the pinnacle of achievement in Hollywood films. What a glorious year it was! Gone with the Wind, The Wizard of Oz, The Women, Ninotchka and more great movies were released. A brand new paper doll book commemorates that year with three glamorous dolls and eight pages of memorable costumes. The list of costume...
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Art Deco Paper Dolls

Art Deco Paper Dolls

Talented artist Norma-Lu Meehan presents a special collection of paper dolls depicting the influence of the Art Deco movement on fashion of the '20s and '30s. Three sophisticated Deco dolls model 25 outfits exemplifying the revolutionary cultural change that gave fashion a streamlined, modern vision. Designers such as Coco Chanel, Paul Poiret, Madeleine Vionnet and Erte were inspired by modern artists to create...
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Comics Cuties Fashions for All Seasons Paper Dolls

Comics Cuties Fashions for All Seasons Paper Dolls

Paper Studio Press brings back the days of the 1930s and '40s when newspapers would include a paper doll as part of a comic strip. Artist Ted Menten, himself a comic artist in the past, has recreated the fun of bygone days with a two-doll book featuring a fashionable wardrobe of stylish creations inspired by the four seasons. There are lots of glamorous clothes to cut-out for models Babs and Amy as you recall...
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COUTURE: Alluring Feminine Fashions of the 1930s

COUTURE: Alluring Feminine Fashions of the 1930s

The second paper doll book in a series of Couture fashions by acclaimed artist, Jim Howard, this book turns the spotlight on the 1930s, a decade of great sophistication and streamlined style. Despite the Great Depression, ultra-luxe custom-made haute couture continued to create alluring feminine fashions. The silhouette was sleek, the style, stunning. Bias cut cling and slinky shapes were exquisitely detailed and...
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Deanna Durbin Paper Dolls

Deanna Durbin Paper Dolls

From teen star to leading lady, Deanna Durbin was an audience favorite with her bright personality and sweet, clear singing voice. Many of her movie costumes are represented in this 1941 Merrill reproduction including It's a Date and Spring Parade. The pretty cover design by Norman Mingo features two dolls to go with eight clothing pages. A lovely star biography is included on the inside back cover, written by...
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Femme Fatales of the Film Noir Paper Dolls

Femme Fatales of the Film Noir Paper Dolls

Film Noir Femme Fatales inspire a new paper doll book from Paper Studio Press. Artist and movie buff, David Wolfe, turns back the cinematic clock to the 1940s and '50s for a paper doll book dedicated to the glamorous and often lethal leading ladies of Film Noir. The dark and sinister movies popular after WWII starred tough guy anti-heroes who were always entangled with dangerous dames portrayed by stars like Lauren...
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Hollywood Style of the 30s, 40s and 50s

Hollywood Style of the 30s, 40s and 50s

Fashion expert, David Wolfe, has created a gorgeous compilation of clothes representing 25 films from Hollywood's Golden Era such as "Now, Voyager," "Grand Hotel," "Silk Stockings," "State Fair," "Sabrina," "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof," "Cover Girl," "An Affair to Remember" and more, for three classic fashion figures. David also offers commentary on the fashions, designers, stars and movie studios of these three...
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Ida Lupino Paper Dolls

Ida Lupino Paper Dolls

Jim Howard's paper doll tribute to Ida Lupino, popular movie actress of the '30s and '40s who went on to become a pioneer female director in both movies and TV (where she also frequently starred).  This new book features two dolls, each one representing Ida with very different images. There is the young blonde beauty who came from London to Hollywood and then there is the sultry brunette who played tough types in...
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