Classic films showing on the big screen, as well as costume exhibitions and other events.

Billie Burke and Judy Garland in The Wizard of Oz, 1939

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On the Big Screen This Month:

Dec. 2-4: The Umbrellas of Cherbourg, The Metrograph, New York, NY 

Dec. 7-8: The Apartment, Hollywood Theatre, Portland, OR 

Dec. 18: The Bishops Wife, New Beverly Cinema, Los Angeles, CA 

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Screen Styling 

Steve McQueens Le Mans Watch

Throughout 2019, the Swiss watch brand TAG Heuer has been highlighting the 50th anniversary of its iconic Monaco Calibre 11, releasing five commemorative editions to celebrate five decades. But fans of racing and classic films can still buy a version of the original, prominently seen on the wrist of Steve McQueen in 1971s Le Mans. With its unique square case and left-hand crown, the automatic chronograph always get noticed. Click here for details.

1971_Monaco 1133B worn by Steve McQueen

Costume Exhibitions

Paris, Capital of Fashion, the latest exhibit at The Museum at FIT in New York, is showing until Jan. 4th, 2020  amid the centuries of Parisian couture you also can discover a thrilling moment of costume design: This gown by Adrian, worn by Gladys George as Madame Du Barry in 1938s Marie Antoinette, directed by W.S. Van Dyke and starring Norma Shearer. 

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Screen Chic Film of the Month

Nothing Sacred, 1937

This screwball comedy, written by Ben Hecht and directed by William Wellman, was Carole Lombards only Technicolor film  thats also the reason her hair is more of a reddish-blonde in Nothing Sacred, vs. her typical platinum. As Hazel Flagg, the woman who gains fame due to a mysterious, incurable illness,” Lombard is the epitome of 1930s style in costumes by Travis Banton. 

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