Contents 1 Early life and career 2 The Paramount years 3 The Universal years 4 Death 5 Hollywood Walk of Fame 6 Actors and actresses designed for 7 Academy Awards 8 Guest appearances 9 Posthumous references 10 References 11 Sources 12 External links

Early life and career[edit] She was born Edith Claire Posener in San Bernardino, California, the daughter of Jewish parents, Max Posener and Anna E. Levy. Her father, born in January 1858, was a naturalized American citizen from Germany, who came to the United States in 1876. Her mother was born in St. Louis, Missouri in 1875, the daughter of an Austrian father and a Bavarian mother. It is not known where Max and Anna met, but they married in 1895, per the 1900 United States Federal Census records. Just before Edith's birth, Max Posener opened a small haberdashery in San Bernardino which failed within a year. In 1905, Anna married mining engineer Frank Spare, originally from Pennsylvania. The family moved frequently as Spare's jobs moved. The only place Head could later recall living in during her early years was Searchlight, Nevada. Frank and Anna Spare passed Edith off as their mutual child. As Frank Spare was a Catholic, Edith ostensibly became one as well.[2] In 1919, Edith received a bachelor of arts degree in letters and sciences with honors in French from the University of California, Berkeley, and in 1920 earned a master of arts degree in romance languages from Stanford University.[3] She became a language teacher with her first position as a replacement at Bishop's School in La Jolla teaching French. After one year, she took a position teaching French at the Hollywood School for Girls. Wanting a slightly higher salary, she told the school that she could also teach art, even though she had only briefly studied the discipline in high school.[4] To improve her drawing skills, at this point rudimentary, she took evening classes at the Chouinard Art College.[citation needed] On July 25, 1923, she married Charles Head, the brother of one of her Chouinard classmates, Betty Head. Although the marriage ended in divorce in 1936 after a number of years of separation, she continued to be known professionally as Edith Head until her death.[citation needed]

The Paramount years[edit] In 1924, despite lacking art, design, and costume design experience, the 26-year-old Head was hired as a costume sketch artist at Paramount Pictures. Later she admitted to "borrowing" other student's sketches for her job interview. She began designing costumes for silent films, commencing with The Wanderer in 1925 and, by the 1930s, had established herself as one of Hollywood's leading costume designers. She worked at Paramount for 43 years until she went to Universal Pictures on March 27, 1967, possibly prompted by her extensive work for director Alfred Hitchcock, who had moved to Universal in 1960. Head's marriage to set designer Wiard Ihnen, on September 8, 1940, lasted until his death from prostate cancer in 1979. Over the course of her long career, she was nominated for 35 Academy Awards, annually from 1948 through to 1966, and won eight times – receiving more Oscars than any other woman.[5] Although Head was featured in studio publicity from the mid-1920s, she was originally overshadowed by Paramount's lead designers, first Howard Greer, then Travis Banton. Head was instrumental in conspiring against Banton, and after his resignation in 1938 she became a high-profile designer in her own right. Her association with the "sarong" dress designed for Dorothy Lamour in The Hurricane (1937) made her well-known among the general public, although Head was a more restrained designer than either Banton or Adrian. She gained public attention for the top mink-lined gown she created for Ginger Rogers in Lady in the Dark (1944), which caused much comment owing to it countering the mood of wartime austerity. The establishment, in 1949, of the category of an Academy Award for Costume Designer further boosted her career, because it began her record-breaking run of Award nominations and wins, beginning with her nomination for The Emperor Waltz.[6] Head and other film designers like Adrian became well known to the public.[7] Head was known for her low-key working style and, unlike many of her male contemporaries, usually consulted extensively with the female stars with whom she worked. As a result, she was a favorite among many of the leading female stars of the 1940s and 1950s, such as Ginger Rogers, Bette Davis, Barbara Stanwyck, Shirley MacLaine, Grace Kelly, Audrey Hepburn, and Elizabeth Taylor. In fact, Head was frequently "loaned out" by Paramount to other studios at the request of their female stars. She herself always dressed very plainly, preferring thick-framed glasses and conservative two-piece suits.[8] On February 3, 1955 (Season 5 Episode 21), Edith Head appeared as a contestant on the Groucho Marx quiz show You Bet Your Life. She and her partner won a total of $1540. Her winnings were donated to charity.[9] Head also authored two books, The Dress Doctor (1959) and How To Dress For Success (1967), describing her career and design philosophy. These books have been re-edited in 2008 and 2011 respectively.

The Universal years[edit] In 1967, at the age of 70, she left Paramount Pictures and joined Universal Pictures, where she remained until her death in 1981. By this point, Hollywood was rapidly changing from what it had been during Head's heyday in the 1930s-1940s. Studio-based production was giving way to outdoors and on-scene shooting, and many of the actresses from that era whom she worked with and knew intimately had retired or were working less. She thus turned more of her attention to TV, where some old friends such as Olivia De Havilland had begun working, and made a cameo appearance in 1973 on the detective series Columbo beside Anne Baxter, playing herself and displaying her Oscars to date.[1] In 1974, Head received a final Oscar win for her work on The Sting. During the late 1970s, Edith Head was asked to design a woman's uniform for the United States Coast Guard, because of the increasing number of women in the Coast Guard. Head called the assignment a highlight in her career and received the Meritorious Public Service Award for her efforts.[10] Her designs for a TV mini-series based on the novel Little Women were well received. Her last film project was the black-and-white comedy Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid (1982), starring Steve Martin and Carl Reiner, a job Head was chosen for because of her expertise on 1940s fashions. She modeled Martin and Reiner's outfits on classic film noir and the movie, released in theaters just after her death, was dedicated to her memory. She also did Endora's clothing on Bewitched.

Death[edit] Head died on October 24, 1981, four days before her 84th birthday, from myelofibrosis, an incurable bone marrow disease.[8] She is interred at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale, California.[11][12]

Hollywood Walk of Fame[edit] Edith Head's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame is located at 6504 Hollywood Boulevard.[13]

Actors and actresses designed for[edit] Among the actresses Edith Head designed for were: Mae West in She Done Him Wrong, 1933; Myra Breckinridge, 1970; Sextette, 1978 Frances Farmer in Rhythm on the Range, 1936, and Ebb Tide, 1937 Dorothy Lamour in The Hurricane, 1937; in most of "The Road" movies. Paulette Goddard in The Cat and the Canary, 1939 Veronica Lake in Sullivan's Travels, 1941; I Married a Witch, 1942 Barbara Stanwyck in The Lady Eve and Ball of Fire, both 1941; Double Indemnity, 1944; My Reputation, 1946 Ginger Rogers in Lady in the Dark, 1944 Ruth Hussey, Gail Russell in The Uninvited, 1944 Ingrid Bergman in Notorious, 1946 Betty Hutton in Incendiary Blonde, 1945; The Perils of Pauline, 1947 Loretta Young in The Farmer's Daughter, 1947 Bette Davis in June Bride (1948); All About Eve, 1950 Olivia de Havilland in The Heiress, 1949 Hedy Lamarr and Angela Lansbury in Samson and Delilah, 1949 Gloria Swanson in Sunset Boulevard, 1950 Elizabeth Taylor in A Place in the Sun, 1951; Elephant Walk, 1954 Joan Fontaine in Something to Live For, 1952 Carmen Miranda in Scared Stiff 1953 Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday, 1953; Sabrina, 1954; Funny Face, 1957; Breakfast at Tiffany's, 1961 Ann Robinson in The War of the Worlds, 1953 Grace Kelly in Rear Window, 1954; To Catch a Thief, 1955 Rosemary Clooney in White Christmas, 1954 Jane Wyman in Lucy Gallant, 1955 Shirley MacLaine in Artists and Models, 1955; The Matchmaker, 1958; What a Way to Go!, 1964 Doris Day in The Man Who Knew Too Much, 1956 Anne Baxter in The Ten Commandments, 1956 Marlene Dietrich in Witness for the Prosecution, 1957 Rita Hayworth in Separate Tables, 1958 Kim Novak in Vertigo, 1958 Clark Gable and Doris Day in Teacher's Pet (1958 film), 1958 Sophia Loren in That Kind of Woman, 1959; Heller in Pink Tights, 1960 Rhonda Fleming in Alias Jesse James, 1959 Natalie Wood in Love with the Proper Stranger, 1963; Sex and the Single Girl, 1964; Inside Daisy Clover, 1965; The Great Race, 1965; Penelope, 1966; This Property Is Condemned, 1966; The Last Married Couple in America, 1980 Tippi Hedren in The Birds, 1963; Marnie, 1964 Julie Andrews in Torn Curtain, 1966 Jane Fonda in Barefoot in the Park, 1967 Claude Jade in Topaz, 1969 Katharine Hepburn in Rooster Cogburn, 1975 Jill Clayburgh in Gable and Lombard, 1976 Valerie Perrine in W.C. Fields and Me, 1976 Among the actors Edith Head designed for were: Danny Kaye in White Christmas, 1954 Steve Martin in Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid, 1982

Academy Awards[edit] Head received eight Academy Awards for Best Costume Design, more than any other person, from a total of 35 nominations.[14] 1949 – Color – The Emperor Waltz 1950 – Black and White – The Heiress – won 1951 – Color – Samson and Delilah – won 1951 – Black and White – All About Eve – won 1952 – Black and White – A Place in the Sun – won 1953 – Color – The Greatest Show on Earth 1953 – Black and White – Carrie 1954 – Black and White – Roman Holiday – won Note: Although Edith Head won an Oscar for Best Costumes, the Capri Collection (Capri Skirt, Capri Blouse, Capri Belt, Capri Pants) was, in fact, designed by the European fashion designer Sonja de Lennart. However, since the outfits were actually made in Edith Head's Roman temporary Atelier of the sorelle Fontana—that acted as the costume department—Edith Head, Paramount's costume designer, used only her name without giving credit to the original designer, Sonja de Lennart, as it was pretty common at that time in history. Costume designers around the world used only their names, regardless who created the costumes. Sonja de Lennart's Capri Pants were sewn and used in the next movie, Sabrina, by Hubert de Givenchy. 1955 – Black and White – Sabrina – won Note: Although Edith Head won an Oscar for Best Costumes, most of Audrey Hepburn's "Parisian" ensembles were, in fact, designed by Hubert de Givenchy and chosen by the star herself. However, since the outfits were actually made in Edith Head's Paramount Studios costume department, some felt that doing so created enough of a technicality to nominate Head, instead of Givenchy. And, indeed, since she refused to have her name alongside Givenchy's in the credits, she was given credit for the costumes.[15] 1956 – Color – To Catch a Thief 1956 – Black and White – The Rose Tattoo 1957 – Color – The Ten Commandments 1957 – Black and White – The Proud and Profane 1958 – Best Costume Design – Funny Face 1959 – Best Costume Design, Black and White or Color – The Buccaneer 1960 – Color – The Five Pennies 1960 – Black and White – Career 1961 – Color – Pepe 1961 – Black and White – The Facts of Life – won 1962 – Color – Pocketful of Miracles 1963 – Color – My Geisha 1963 – Black and White – The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance 1964 – Color – A New Kind of Love 1964 – Black and White – Wives and Lovers 1964 – Black and White – Love with the Proper Stranger 1965 – Color – What a Way to Go! 1965 – Black and White – A House Is Not a Home 1966 – Color – Inside Daisy Clover 1966 – Black and White – The Slender Thread 1967 – Color – The Oscar Note: After 1967, the Academy no longer distinguished between awards for color and black and white films. 1970 – Sweet Charity 1971 – Airport 1974 – The Sting – won 1976 – The Man Who Would Be King 1978 – Airport '77

Guest appearances[edit] Head made a brief appearance in Columbo: Requiem for a Falling Star (1973) acting as herself, the clothing designer for Anne Baxter's character. Her Oscars were displayed on a desk in the scene. Again as herself, she appeared in the film Lucy Gallant (1955) as the emcee of a fashion show. She also appeared in The Pleasure of His Company (1961) as she showed dresses for Debbie Reynolds' wedding in the film, and in The Oscar (1966) in three short, non-speaking scenes opposite Elke Sommer's character, a sketch artist turned costume designer like Head herself.

Posthumous references[edit] In 1999 the group They Might Be Giants released a song on their album, Long Tall Weekend, entitled "(She Thinks She's) Edith Head." As part of a series of stamps issued by the U.S. Postal Service in February 2003, commemorating the behind-the-camera personnel who make movies, Head was featured on one to honor costume design. On October 28, 2013, Internet search engine Google commemorated Head's 116th birthday with a Google Doodle.[16][17] The one-woman play A Conversation with Edith Head premiered in Canada in 2014 at the Buddies in Bad Times Theatre, Toronto. Inspired by the book Edith Head's Hollywood, the play was by Paddy Calistro and Susan Claassen and starred and was directed by Susan Claassen. Among the key props used in the production were a size 2 dress purportedly made by Edith Head for Grace Kelly and illustrations of Head's designs. Audience members were given the opportunity of an unscripted meet and greet with Claassen while in character as Edith Head after the show. An Edith Head costume collection from the Paramount Pictures Archive left Hollywood—for just the second time—to be shown exclusively at the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio in Lancaster in "Designing Woman: Edith Head at Paramount 1924-1967" as presented by the Fox Foundation from June 7 through August 17, 2014. Many people think the costume designer Edna Mode in the 2004 Pixar movie The Incredibles was largely based on Edith Head. A fictionalized version of Edith Head appears as one of the protagonists in the mystery novels by Renee Patrick, Design for Dying (2016) and Dangerous to Know (2017), published by Forge Books. On September 15, 2017 the advice book How To Dress For Success written by Edith Head and Joe Hyams was optioned by Purple Skies for a film adaption of the life and times of Edith Head.

References[edit] ^ Anne Commire; Deborah Klezmer (2000). Women in World History: Harr-I. Yorkin Publications. ISBN 978-0-7876-4066-8.  ^ Chierichetti, David (2003). Edith Head: The Life and Times of Hollywood's Celebrated Costume Designer. New York: HarperCollins. pp. 2–3. ISBN 0-06-019428-6.  ^ Chierichetti, David (2003). Edith Head: The Life and Times of Hollywood's Celebrated Costume Designer. New York: HarperCollins. p. 6. ISBN 0-06-019428-6.  ^ Chierichetti, David (2003). Edith Head: The Life and Times of Hollywood's Celebrated Costume Designer. New York: HarperCollins. pp. 7–8. ISBN 0-06-019428-6.  ^ Fishko, Sara. Edith Head. February 25, 2011. ^ ^ Meltzer, Marisa (2013-09-19). "Get Me Wardrobe!". The New York Times. p. E1.  ^ a b Jorgensen, Jay (2010). Edith Head: The Fifty-Year Career of Hollywood's Greatest Costume Designer. Running Press. ISBN 9780762441730. Retrieved October 28, 2013.  ^ ^ Olivia Smith, Intern. "WOMEN FIND FAVOR WITH COAST GUARD FASHION" (PDF). U.S. Coast Guard Historian’s Office. Retrieved October 28, 2013.  ^ Ellenberger, Allan R. (2001-05-01). Celebrities in Los Angeles Cemeteries: A Directory. McFarland. ISBN 9780786450190.  ^ "Edith Head (1897 - 1981) - Find A Grave Memorial". Retrieved 2016-03-09.  ^ "Edith Head". Hollywood Walk of Fame. Retrieved October 28, 2013.  ^ Williams, Rob (October 28, 2013). "Google Doodle Celebrates Oscar Award Winning Hollywood Costume Designer Edith Head". The Independent. Retrieved October 29, 2013.  ^ Chierichetti, David. (2003). Edith Head: The Life and Times of Hollywood's Celebrated Costume Designer, p. 134. Harper Perennial, New York. ISBN 0-06-056740-6. ^ "Edith Head's 116th Birthday", Google Doodles ^ "Celebrating the golden age of Hollywood! Late great costume designer Edith Head gets a Google Doodle on 116th anniversary of her birth". Daily Mail. London. October 28, 2013. Retrieved October 28, 2013. 

Sources[edit] David Chierichetti (2003). Edith Head: The Life and Times of Hollywood's Celebrated Costume Designer. New York: HarperCollins. ISBN 0-06-019428-6.  John Duka. "Edith Head, Fashion Designer for the Movies, Dies." The New York Times. October 27, 1981. Edith Head (1983). Edith Head's Hollywood. New York: Dutton. ISBN 0-525-24200-7.  Edith Head and Jane Kesner Ardmore (1959). The Dress Doctor. Boston: Little, Brown. ISBN 999750030X.  Edith Head with Joe Hyams (1967). How to Dress for Success. New York: Random House. LCCN 66012021. 

External links[edit] Biography portal Edith Head at Find a Grave Edith Head on IMDb Edith Head at the Fashion Model Directory Edith Head at the TCM Movie Database Edith Head at Purple Skies Edith Head Papers at the Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research image: Edith Head alongside actress Claude Jade at the Universal-Studios 1968 U.S. Coast Guard website story "Women Find Favor With Coast Guard Fashion" Edith Head papers, Margaret Herrick Library, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences v t e Academy Award for Best Costume Design 1948–1956 1948 (Black & white): Roger K. Furse / (Color): Dorothy Jeakins and Barbara Karinska 1949 (bw): Edith Head and Gile Steele / (c): Marjorie Best, Leah Rhodes and William Travilla 1950 (bw): Edith Head, Charles LeMaire / (c): Edith Head, Dorothy Jeakins, Elois Jenssen, Gile Steele, Gwen Wakeling 1951 (bw): Edith Head /(c): Orry-Kelly, Walter Plunkett, Irene Sharaff 1952 (bw): Helen Rose / (c): Marcel Vertès 1953 (bw): Edith Head / (c): Charles LeMaire, Emile Santiago 1954 (bw): Edith Head / (c): Sanzo Wada 1955 (bw): Helen Rose / (c): Charles LeMaire 1956 (bw): Jean Louis / (c): Irene Sharaff 1957–1958 1957: Orry-Kelly 1958: Cecil Beaton 1959–1960 1959 (bw): Orry-Kelly / (c): Elizabeth Haffenden 1960 (bw): Edith Head and Edward Stevenson / (c): Bill Thomas and Arlington Valles 1961–1966 1961 (bw): Piero Gherardi / (c): Irene Sharaff 1962 (bw): Norma Koch / (c): Mary Wills 1963 (bw): Piero Gherardi / (c): Renié, Vittorio Nino Novarese and Irene Sharaff 1964 (bw): Dorothy Jeakins / (c): Cecil Beaton 1965 (bw): Julie Harris / (c): Phyllis Dalton 1966 (bw): Irene Sharaff / (c): Joan Bridge and Elizabeth Haffenden 1967–1980 1967: John Truscott 1968: Danilo Donati 1969: Margaret Furse 1970: Vittorio Nino Novarese 1971: Yvonne Blake and Antonio Castillo 1972: Anthony Powell 1973: Edith Head 1974: Theoni V. Aldredge 1975: Milena Canonero and Ulla-Britt Söderlund 1976: Danilo Donati 1977: John Mollo 1978: Anthony Powell 1979: Albert Wolsky 1980: Anthony Powell 1981–2000 1981: Milena Canonero 1982: Bhanu Athaiya and John Mollo 1983: Marik Vos-Lundh 1984: Theodor Pištěk 1985: Emi Wada 1986: Jenny Beavan and John Bright 1987: James Acheson 1988: James Acheson 1989: Phyllis Dalton 1990: Franca Squarciapino 1991: Albert Wolsky 1992: Eiko Ishioka 1993: Gabriella Pescucci 1994: Tim Chappel and Lizzy Gardiner 1995: James Acheson 1996: Ann Roth 1997: Deborah Lynn Scott 1998: Sandy Powell 1999: Lindy Hemming 2000: Janty Yates 2001–present 2001: Catherine Martin and Angus Strathie 2002: Colleen Atwood 2003: Ngila Dickson and Richard Taylor 2004: Sandy Powell 2005: Colleen Atwood 2006: Milena Canonero 2007: Alexandra Byrne 2008: Michael O'Connor 2009: Sandy Powell 2010: Colleen Atwood 2011: Mark Bridges 2012: Jacqueline Durran 2013: Catherine Martin 2014: Milena Canonero 2015: Jenny Beavan 2016: Colleen Atwood Black & White / Color separate (1948–1956, 1959–1966) Authority control WorldCat Identities VIAF: 16135494 LCCN: n83005621 ISNI: 0000 0001 0676 4720 GND: 124647308 SELIBR: 339073 ULAN: 500057861 RKD: 241275 SNAC: w65m68qk Retrieved from "" Categories: American costume designersAmerican fashion designersCalifornia people in fashion1897 births1981 deathsBest Costume Design Academy Award winnersCalifornia people in designArtists from Los AngelesAmerican people of German-Jewish descentStanford University alumniUniversity of California, Berkeley alumniOtis College of Art and Design alumniPeople from Hollywood, Los AngelesPeople from San Bernardino, CaliforniaPeople from Searchlight, NevadaAmerican designersDisease-related deaths in CaliforniaBurials at Forest Lawn Memorial Park (Glendale)American Roman CatholicsConverts to Roman Catholicism from JudaismHidden categories: Articles needing additional references from October 2013All articles needing additional referencesArticles lacking in-text citations from July 2016All articles lacking in-text citationsArticles with multiple maintenance issuesUse mdy dates from October 2013Pages to import images to WikidataArticles with hCardsAll articles with unsourced statementsArticles with unsourced statements from February 2018Find a Grave template with ID same as WikidataWikipedia articles with VIAF identifiersWikipedia articles with LCCN identifiersWikipedia articles with ISNI identifiersWikipedia articles with GND identifiersWikipedia articles with SELIBR identifiersWikipedia articles with ULAN identifiersWikipedia articles with RKDartists identifiersWikipedia articles with SNAC-ID identifiers

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