For early spring, the sheer woolen will be favored by Hollywood’s younger set. Ida Lupino, Paramount player with Bing Crosby in ANYTHING GOES, has chosen this greyish beige frock for informal daytime wear. The neckline is interesting and the black antelope belt gives the proper accent. Shoes, bag, gloves and tailored felt hat form the smart accessory lineup. Courtesy on Bonwit Teller, New York.
Errol Flynn, now starring in NEVER SAY GOODBYE, visits Ida Lupino on the set of the picture in which she is currently starring, Warner Bros.’ THE MAN I LOVE.
Photo by Milton Gold
The year’s bride can be a fascinating combination of sophisticated chic and innocent allure. Ida Lupino, Paramount player in PARIS IN SPRING, poses in a cream net gown which backs up this style observation
The Persian motif is followed in a Banton-designed hostess costume worn by Ida Lupino, who has just come from England under contract to Paramount. The tunic coat and long, narrow skirt are achieved in heavy silver and red brocaded metal cloth.
NOV 2 1933