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
Ida Lupino photographed in her backyard by Bert Six
edit by lupinoschums
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.
BETWEEN SCENES - “Anything Goes,” Ida Lupino lounges comfortably in a two-piece pyjama of sapphire blue crepe. A deeper blue scarf tucks into the neckline and matches Ida’s low-heeled sandals.
Ida Lupino in Life Begins at Eight Thirty (1942)