THE LOVELY LADY OF LOOKOUT MOUNTAIN - here is Ida Lupino in her bedroom finished in ivory and salmon, with bed and dressing table in glazed gold. From the window, high over Hollywood, she can overlook the Paramount studio where she is featured in Jack Benny’s latest filmusical ARTISTS AND MODELS. Ida’s talented dancer sister, Rita, and her mother, Mrs. Stanley Lupino, occupy sleeping quarters finished in midnight blue and peach tones.
´For early spring the sheer woolen frock will be favored by Hollywood´s younger set. Ida Lupino 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.´
via A Certain Cinema
1. I ❀ CHOOSE ❀ FOR ❀ JUNE
says Ida Lupino
This South American recruit for a summer wardrobe … Miss Lupino, star of Warners’ “The Sea Wolf,” takes on up-to-the-minute fashion outlook in a shantung shirtmaker frock. South American sway and color run riot in the full brilliant red, yellow and blue print skirt; the yellow shantung blouse has four gold disc buttons that wink wickedly. Her off-the-face green felt is a gay, bright, enchanting finale to a costume by Harry Cooper, Hollywood
2. This glowing example of fashion’s new greens … Miss Lupino wears a dinner dress that is a bit of clever mating: AA brief jacket of artichoke green topping off a long-waisted dress of lighter green. The splash of wool embroidery on the big pockets picks up the jacket’s color; for a singular jewel contrast, Ida wears a gold and silver chatelaine set with scientific rubies, an original design by HObe. Dress designed by Patricia Perkins, Los Angeles.
3. This winner in the navy-blue-standby class … a silk crepe dress with a fly front and pockets stitched trimly to the hipline. Two interest-rousers are the series of wide pleats that fall from the left hip and the smoothly feminine embroidered batiste collar that is edged with lace. Hats will be taken off to the Lupino bonnet, too—a black milan accented by proud white straw hibiscus blooms. This choice is also from Harry Cooper, Hollywood
4. This bolt from the blue for a June day . . a classic redingate costume with a coat of powder blue sheer wool topping a matching blue and corn yellow print dress. The hat is a look-at-me model of blue straw with yellow roses and graceful veiling. Trick complement to a trick costume is Miss Lupino’s gold brooch. Set with scientific tourmalines, emeralds and amethysts, it was designed by Hobe. It can also be worn on a velvet band as an unusual necklace
5. This conversation-stopper in the suits-for-town group … A long-jacketed suit worn by Miss Lupino. The box pleats swing in defiance to summer breezes; the longer jacket fits the new suit law. Amazing carved buttons of natural wood march down the front on a nice accent to the sheer beige wool; the hat is a spruce straw pierced with a quill and shadowed with veiling. Hary Cooper, Hollywood, designed both this costume and the one opposite
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.
Dusty aqua marine wool crepe has been used by Milo Anderson for this stunning costume worn by Ida Lupino in Warner’s THEY DRIVE BY NIGHT. The fitted dress is topped with a backcape formed of tiers of self fabric. The cape has an epaulet effect across the front. A medallion of aqua marines has a cordlike section which crosses from the left bosom and forms an upstanding collar. Her pillbox of self fabric has a voluminous veil.
Photo by Scotty Welbourne
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
FASHIONS GO PATRIOTIC
Ida Lupino is a firm believer in wartime fashions that are patriotic and at the same time colorful and feminine. During the making of “Life Begins at Eight-Thirty” for 20th Century-Fox, she found time to dream up this dinner costume with satin-striped mousseline skirt in shocking-pink and white over pink taffeta teamed with a “shirtwaist” of starched white chiffon. Reminiscent of the Gay Nineties, Ida think this is the kind of outfit that appeals to service men, and she should know, for here husband, Louis Hayward, is now on active duty with the United States Marines.
OCT 26 1942
FOR A STROLL ON DECK - Ida Lupino wears this sports costume in a scene for “Anything Goes,” a Paramount picture. The suit is of gray worsted with gloves and beret to match and a soft ascot of dubonnet silk corresponds with the flower in her lapel
A NOVEL FAD - is introduced into the current millinery trend by Ida Lupino, Paramount player in “Anything Goes.” Of black velvet matching her suit, Ida’s beret-like turban has an inverted pleat across the center of the crown accented by two ermine tails just above the forehead.