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Dolly Tree

Dolly Tree (1899-1962) was an industrious, glamorous and talented illustrator and costume designer who forged a successful career against all odds during the 1920's and 1930's in London, Paris, New York and Hollywood. A prime example of the new modern working woman. Although her name has largely been forgotten her artistic flair touched so many stage and screen personalities that even if you have never heard of her before you will be familiar with her stylish creations for such movie stars as Myrna Loy, Jean Harlow and Judy Garland and other MGM starlets. She was also responsible for creating the quintessential 1890's look for Mae West which made her famous and it is believed that she was one of the first designers to propogate the use of the strapless evening gown. Dolly Tree's creative genius had a profound impact on fashion and her modern approach to dress designing with its chic air of simplicity has given her creations a timeless quality that can be glimpsed at in modern couture.
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