Joan Crawford Wardrobe Sketches

Personal Wardrobe By Designer
Unknown | Edith Head | Nolan Miller

Film Wardrobe By Designer and Title
Gilbert Adrian: "The Women" | "Susan and God" 
Sheila O'Brien: | "Humoresque" | "The Damned Don't Cry" | "Goodbye My Fancy" | "Sudden Fear" |"Johnny Guitar"
William Travilla: "Flamingo Road"
Helen Rose: "Torch Song"
Jean Louis: "Queen Bee" 
Norma Koch:  "What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?" | "Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte"

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Film Wardrobe Sketches

"The Damned Don't Cry" (1950) Designer: Sheila O'Brien

"Torch Song" (1953) Designer: Helen Rose

"Johnny Guitar" (1954) Designer: Sheila O'Brien

"Queen Bee" (1955) Designer: Jean Louis

"What Ever Happened To Baby Jane?" (1962) Designer: Norma Koch

Personal Wardrobe Sketches

"The Women" (1939) Designer: Gilbert Adrian

"Susan and God" (1940) Designer: Gilbert Adrian

"Humoresque" (1946) Designer: Sheila O'Brien

(Note: Gilbert Adrian is credited as Joan's wardrobe designer for this film, however, Adrian only designed part of Joan's

wardrobe. Particularly, gowns he had previously designed for her personal wardrobe, which she wears in the film.)

"Flamingo Road" (1949) Designer: William Travilla

"Goodbye My Fancy" (1951) Designer: Sheila O'Brien

"Sudden Fear" (1952) Designer: Sheila O'Brien

Designer: Unknown (Mid-1950s)

Designer: Edith Head (1940s)

Designer: Nolan Miller (1973)

Designer: Edith Head (The Following Head Design Sketches Are From The Late 50s through The Early 1960s)

"Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte" (1964) Designer: Norma Koch

Designer: Edith Head (1930s)